A far-right Republican lawmaker launched a bid on Monday to oust US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy from his post, triggering the most serious showdown yet within the Republican party as it battles to contain firebrand supporters of ex-president Donald Trump.
The swimmer went missing after being last spotted in the vicinity of Wildcat Beach at Point Reyes National Seashore.
Donald Trump faces fresh legal danger on Monday as a civil fraud trial against the former president and two of his sons begins in New York, threatening the Republican frontrunner's business empire as he campaigns to retake the White House with four criminal cases looming.
Fred Holmes watches with satisfaction as pumps pull oil from deep under his California farm, tapping a supply he thinks could last another century.
X-owner Elon Musk said that he had gutted the platform's team dedicated to preserving election integrity as key votes in many countries are approaching.
The index that follows signed contracts for home sales fell in all regions of the U.S.
US Republicans launch impeachment inquiry hearings into Joe Biden on Thursday, escalating an eight-month corruption investigation that has failed to uncover evidence of wrongdoing by the president.
The United States is heading toward a government shutdown this weekend with no foreseeable way out of a deadlock in Congress over hardline Republican calls for deep spending cuts.
The House Speaker rejected Senate's alternative plan to temporarily fund the government.
The US Justice Department sued eBay on Wednesday for allegedly selling restricted pesticide products and devices that defeat motor vehicle emission controls.
The report shows that demand for military equipment is helping the manufacturing industry.
The United States said Wednesday it will start letting Israelis visit without visas after concluding its ally reduced discrimination against Arab Americans, an assessment rejected by some lawmakers and activists.
Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control identified Castro as the operator of a money laundering organization that utilizes digital currencies and wire transfers to move funds to Sinaloa Cartel leaders.
US presidential hopefuls prepared Wednesday for the second 2024 Republican primary debate, with runaway frontrunner Donald Trump once again reducing the event to a sideshow after refusing to take part.
Marco Gonzalez used to fish the river between Mexico and Texas, but now he has a more lucrative harvest -- possessions abandoned by the thousands of migrants crossing the border from the south.
The US president supports the workers' strike to get higher wage increases.
The company is accused of adopting practices that stop competitors from emerging or growing.
The sun had barely risen above Eagle Pass, Texas, when the migrants wading across the Rio Grande from Mexico had a crisis on their hands.
General Mark Milley faced repeated crises at home and abroad during a tumultuous term as America's top military officer, becoming one of the most well-known and controversial people to hold the position in years.
Working in industrial laundries at age 14, laboring up to 35 hours a week on top of school -- some US states are relaxing the barriers to employing minors, despite rising cases of exploitation.
A US government contractor who worked at the State and Justice departments has been arrested on charges of spying, reportedly for Ethiopia.
Almost half a million Venezuelans can apply for work permits and avoid deportation as cities and states struggle to deal with large influx of immigrants.