The United States is less than two weeks away from a potential government shutdown, with the stakes increasing as lawmakers struggle to agree on a short-term spending bill.
Debris from an advanced Marine Corps F-35B jet fighter that went missing during a weekend training flight was located in a rural section of South Carolina on Monday.
The pilot survived the incident and is in stable condition at the hospital.
At first, Musk supplied Ukraine with SpaceX's Starlink satellite terminals to aid its military efforts. However, he had a change of heart when Starlink was employed for offensive purposes against Russia.
Climate change is forcing big and small changes to the American fishing industry as animals, fishermen and policymakers adjust to rising sea temperatures.
Anger was growing Saturday over the official response to a horrific wildfire that levelled a Hawaiian town, killing at least 89 people as it consumed everything in its path.
The insurance industry is becoming increasingly sensitive to the effects of climate change on their businesses. Some insurers are reducing coverage or new policies in California and Florida. This raises difficult questions about the future of doing business in certain regions of the United States, too.
Brushfires on the west coast of Hawaii's Maui island – fueled by high winds from a nearby hurricane – broke out Tuesday and rapidly engulfed the seaside town of Lahaina. The flames moved so quickly that many were caught off-guard, trapped in the streets or jumping into the ocean in a desperate bid to escape.
"As the firefighting efforts continue, 36 total fatalities have been discovered today amid the active Lahaina fire. No other details are available at this time," Maui County officials said in a news release.
Former president Donald Trump pleaded not guilty on Thursday to historic charges of leading a criminal conspiracy that sought to defraud the American people by overturning the 2020 election.
Former US president Donald Trump faced fresh charges Thursday alleging that he attempted to obstruct the investigation into the mishandling of top-secret documents by conspiring to delete surveillance footage at his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida.
During a briefing, National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby addressed questions from reporters over Russia's grain deal withdrawal.
The Federal Reserve is no longer forecasting a recession for the U.S. economy, according to Fed Chair Jerome Powell.The FMOC increased the benchmark lending rate by a quarter percentile on Wednesday in an effort to keep inflation on a downward trend.
Google is reportedly looking to use artificial intelligence to assist major media organizations in writing the news items it distributes around the world.
The recent Powerball win, valued at $1.08 billion, is the third-highest in history.
The New Yorker threatened to expose a false claim about the CEO's sexual relationship with a minor.
The girl's family asked for $15 million in their lawsuit against the fast food giant and a franchise holder.
A biographer said Musk has a "fingertip feel" for empathy and emotions.
Haley said that the "drama" surrounding Trump was the reason she was running for president.
The 17-year-old teenager was questioned by gate agents after he disembarked in North Carolina.
Climate observers anticipate a hotter climate will make it harder to work outdoors, raise the cost of electricity, affect the reliability of the food supply and make it harder to insure homes and businesses.
A Massachusetts man was arrested after he allegedly beat his wife to death while their young son reported the incident to 911.
The 25-year-old nursing student returned home "on foot" Saturday after a two-day search by police and family members.
Michael Cohen claimed that Jared Kushner, who was traumatized by his father's imprisonment, did not want the same experience for his children.
No arrests have been made in connection with the case as of Sunday.
Authorities found an expensive property in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, was dilapidated after 10 squatters seized and lived inside it.
A large portion of the northern states are under air quality alerts due to the smoke from Canadian wildfires. Some states are expected to experience poor air quality through late Monday as more than 580 fires are still "out of control" in Canada.
Regulation is coming to the free-for-all world of artificial intelligence, as the Federal Trade Commission is taking a keen interest in ChatGPT parent company OpenAI.
This World War II aircraft carrier met a tragic fate near the Philippines when it was struck by a twin-engine kamikaze aircraft attack.
Police have not identified or arrested any suspect in the shooting.
Signs are emerging that the U.S. economy may not enter into a recession in 2023, as previously predicted. Recent inflation and jobs data shows signs that the U.S. economy is starting to cool.
The suspect was charged with one count each of murder in the first degree and aggravated assault.
National security lawyer Mark Zaid said cases like this rarely go to trial.
The heat wave that has been affecting southern U.S. states in the past few weeks is expanding to the west, as California and Nevada are now also experiencing extreme temperatures.