President Biden's job approval ratings have been climbing slightly following a successful midterm election season for Democrats and the release of U.S. prisoner Brittney Griner from Russian authorities.
The jackpot stood at $149 million Saturday night with an $80.4 million cash value.
Mariah Carey 'Grateful' After Holiday Ballad 'All I Want for Christmas' Hits No. 1 For The Fourth Year In A Row
The holiday hit is the first song in history to have four separate runs at Billboard's No. 1 spot.
U.S. Coast Guard retrieved the woman's body at least 18 miles offshore from Florida's Port Canaveral on Thursday morning.
According to sources briefed on the report, the beginning of the report will begin with a summary of former President Donald Trump's culpability in his efforts to subvert the 2020 presidential election.
A copyright infringement lawsuit against singer-songwriter Taylor Swift was dropped by a California judge on Monday.
Suedi Murekezi, a former Air Force soldier, was released alongside over 60 Ukrainian prisoners of war in the prisoner swap on Wednesday.
The Education Department corrected a previous email that mistakenly indicated borrowers were approved for loan forgiveness.
Iowa law will continue to allow abortion throughout 20 weeks of pregnancy following the denial of Gov. Reynold's request to lift the abortion ban injunction.
The CDC has urged the public to wear face masks indoors again as the tripledemic– which includes COVID-19, the flu, and RSV– continues to surge ahead of the holidays.
Arizona Governor Builds Makeshift Border Wall With Shipping Crates As Immigration Dispute With Biden Intensifies
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the Cocopah tribe requested the removal of several dozen crates in an October letter, which the state has refused to do.
Twitter Blue's initial launch in November was hallmarked by a large influx of impersonation accounts.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Says If She And Bannon Planned Jan. 6, 'We Would Have Won,' Twitter Slams Republican
Speaking at the New York Young Republicans Club gala Saturday, Marjorie Taylor Greene said that if she and Steve Bannon planned the Jan. 6 capitol attack "we would have won," and "it would've been armed."
In a CNN interview, Sanders called the new Independent a "corporate Democrat" who "sabotaged enormously important legislation."
Capitol Riots Update: Democrat Says Justice Department Could 'Make Use' Of Committee's Criminal Referrals
Schiff, a member of the Jan. 6 House select committee, said that the Justice Department may be able to utilize resources from the committee's investigations.
VIDEO 'SNL' Skits From Last Night: Watch Steve Martin-Martin Short Open, Weekend Update Rips Herschel Walker
The show featured fake eulogies from the hosts, "A Christmas Carol" spoof, and a "Father of the Bride" sketch with cameos by Kieran Culkin and Selena Gomez.
The last winning ticket came from a Kansas player on Nov. 19 for a jackpot of $93 million.
"I know it's absolutely wrong what I did," Finch said in the interview. "I lied and there's no excuse for it."
One investor called Musk's position at Twitter a "distraction" from his duties at SpaceX and Tesla.
Paul Whelan is still detained in Russia despite President Biden's successful prisoner swap of WNBA player Brittney Griner.
The Congresswoman's office said it is "confident" that the Ethics Committee investigation will be dismissed.
This year's Sundance film festival will feature 101 feature-length films and the first in-person events since 2020.
"It's yet another unspoken sign of disrespect...Just like, beds showed up," a source told Forbes regarding the office bedroom conversions.
The Northern California case involved over 10,000 plaintiffs and included personal injury, consumer class action, government, and Native American tribal cases.
The feature, titled Apple Music Sing, provides users with adjustable vocals to sing alongside the original vocal artists or take the lead.
Buzzfeed Chief Executive Jonah Peretti claimed that cuts were due to "a combination of worsening macroeconomic conditions."
The 34-page suit was filed under New York's recently passed "New York Adult Survivors Act," accusing Cosby of assault, battery, infliction of emotional distress and false imprisonment.
Education Department Seeks Corrective Action After Email Mistakenly 'Approved' Student Loan Forgiveness Applicants
The Education Department said they are seeking "corrective action" after nearly 9 million Americans were falsely told they wer approved for loan forgiveness.
A new advanced AI chatbot has emerged, taking over Twitter and presenting a new era of technology to the public.
The music publication's cross-genre tradition includes releases by Beyonce, Harry Styles, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift, and others.