A Pennsylvania court has struck down a mail-in voting law that passed in 2019 arguing the state constitution says voters must vote in person. Attorney General Josh Shapiro will appeal the decision to the state supreme court.
A bridge collapsed in Pittsburgh on Friday just hours before President Biden travels to the steel city to tout his $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure plan.
Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s personal library was sold at an auction that concluded on Thursday.
The comments come as the U.S. has threatened economic sanctions against Russia for its military buildup along the border and after rejecting Russia’s demands that Ukraine not be admitted to NATO.
Milwaukee Police have 4 persons of interest in custody following a weekend shooting that killed six, no charges have been filed and the suspects have not been publicly identified.
Tesla is prioritizing the development of a humanoid robot over its vehicles in 2022 and it will be designed to perform dangerous, repetitive, or physical tasks only humans can complete.
YouTube has banned conservative commentator Dan Bongino for spreading misinformation about the effectiveness of masks.
North Korea suffered a power outage causing their internet to crash on Wednesday morning
Northwestern University professor Wyndham Lathem has been sentenced to 53 years in prison for conspiring to murder his boyfriend in a 2017 stabbing in Chicago.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D- Calif., announced she is running for reelection in 2022 but did not specify whether she plans to take a leadership position.
NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora has been pronounced dead just four days after the death of his partner Jason Rivera after the two responded to a Domestic call in Harlem and were fatally shot by a man struggling with mental illness.
Robert Kennedy Jr. apologized for making hurtful comments comparing pandemic-related restrictions to the oppression jews as Anne Frank faced in Nazi Germany.
Mexican drug cartel Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has had his life sentence upheld by a US district court after claiming he was denied the right to a fair trial
Cannabis-infused CBD may prevent Covid-19 replicating, according to new research from the University of Chicago.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments in an affirmative action case at Harvard and the University of North Carolina where, Asian-American and white students have claimed to be discriminated against.
Three police officers involved in the murder of George Floyd are now facing trial for violating his constitutional rights, with two of them facing charges of aiding and abetting murder and manslaughter.
Police had responded to the home to assist with a welfare check.
Three different states are considering passing laws to protect election workers after hundreds of nationwide threats were made following the election.
The CDC has published new data showing unvaccinated seniors are 49 times more likely to be hospitalized. Anyone who is eligible is recommended to receive a vaccine and a booster shot.
The value of Bitcoin has fallen under $40,000 due to a combination of falling stock prices and regulatory crackdowns from the Federal Reserve and mining crackdowns from Russia and China due to stability and environmental concerns.
Congressional Democrats are preparing to restart talks on Build Back Better to gain the approval of Sen. Joe Manchin, D- W. Va., in order for the bill to pass prior to the midterm elections.
A group of bipartisan senators is considering reforming the 1887 Electoral College Act in the wake of Democrats failing to change the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.
A man named Kevin George Aziz Riad has been charged with manslaughter after crashing his Tesla into a Honda Civic killing two people in December 2019.
The bodies of a lesbian couple were found in Mexico after they were murdered and dismembered when they were on vacation visiting family.
The Democrats' hopes to pass voting rights died on Wednesday when they failed to change the filibuster by a vote of 52-48 after Sens. Joe Manchin, D- W. Va., and Kyrsten Sinema, D- Ariz., broke ranks and sided with Republicans.
Over 1,200 Oakland students will stay home until their schools implement better pandemic precautions.
Athletes competing in the 2022 Winter Olympics may face punishment and surveillance if they speak about human rights abuses committed by the Chinese government.
The University of Michigan reached a $490 million settlement to be paid out to over 1,000 former student-athletes who accused Dr. Robert Anderson of sexually assaulting them.
The Supreme Court upheld a mask mandate on airplanes despite a Florida father requesting he and his son not wear a mask for air travel for medical reasons.
Novak Djokovic may be barred from the French Open because he refuses to get vaccinated.