Bipartisan talks to enact police reform measures following the loudest calls for such legislation after the death of George Floyd collapsed Wednesday.
A New York state judge lifted a temporary injunction against mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for teachers in New York City.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that law enforcement officials are concerned Afghanistan could once again serve as a staging ground for terrorist groups following a chaotic U.S. withdrawal from the country.
Jennifer Hough opened up on "The Real" about the harassment lawsuit she recently filed against the couple and the 1994 incident in which she told police at the time that Petty pulled a knife on her and forced her into a residence where he allegedly raped her.
Paulina Porizkova revealed she follows the 16:8 diet. The model explained that she eats mostly healthy food for eight hours and then fasts.
Recent homicide victim Gabby Petito and her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who is now a person of interest in her death, had a "toxic" relationship at times and "always had some drama," friends recently told People.
The president of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) blasted the members of the Democratic "Squad" for the defunding of Israel's Iron Dome defense system from the massive spending bill.
An Amazon warehouse in Rialto, Calif. Business groups strongly opposed the California bill.
British rapper Zuby joined Fox Nation's “Tucker Carlson Today” to discuss the global move to authoritarianism and away from personal liberty.
A medical worker preparing a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in San Francisco in August.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., has penned a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas demanding answers to questions he previously asked regarding immigration.
Experts say the choices faced by residents and leaders of Grand Isle after Hurricane Ida mirror what other communities will deal with as oceans rise.
President Biden’s long day of meetings with lawmakers Wednesday reflected a recognition that “there needs to be a deeper engagement by the president” to bring Democrats together, a White House spokeswoman said.
Vic Fangio says Urban Meyer told him coaching in the NFL is “like playing Alabama” every week.
Bill Omar Carrasquillo, a YouTuber known as Omi in a Hellcat, denies charges that he illegally sold copyrighted movies and TV shows through his own service.
I've seen it happen time and again. Missing white women and girls receive outsize media coverage when other missing people receive none.
The US is reporting over 2,000 COVID-19 deaths a day. Jesse Jackson out of hospital after breakthrough COVID infection. Latest news.
Tropical Depression 18 formed in the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday, with tracking models showing it could be near hurricane strength by this weekend.
Haitian migrants at a makeshift shelter in Del Rio, Texas, on Tuesday.
As the first presidential envoy for climate, he wants to persuade world leaders to “do what the science tells us.” With global climate talks less than two months away, he faces a tough path.
James Mattis, the former defense secretary, at his Senate confirmation hearing in 2017. Earlier, he had served on the board of directors of Theranos.
Highlights of this day in history: Richard Nixon gives his 'Checkers' speech; Rome's Augustus Caesar born; Lewis and Clark finish trek to America's West; Psychologist Sigmund Freud dies; Musicians Ray Charles and Bruce Springsteen born. (Sept. 23)
The victims' advocate and host of the TV show "In Pursuit With John Walsh" told USA TODAY that Florida police have botched the case of Gabby Petito.
President Biden hosted a daylong summit meeting on Wednesday to address the coronavirus pandemic with world leaders.
Pilot Nicholas Meleski and four others on the hot air balloon died after it struck a power line, caught fire and crashed into a busy street in New Mexico.
Redistricting may sound boring, but for many politicians, it is the name of the game.
Ukraine's president Wednesday urged world leaders to 'condemn' Russia for the occupying Crimea during his speech at the UN General Assembly. Volodymyr Zelenskyy also updated the condition of his of his top aide who was shot while in a car. (Sept. 22)
People over the age of 65 receive a vaccine at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site in Los Angeles in February when the first doses were available.
In attacking the Build Back Better Act, they are working against their own purported aims.
The filmmaker, author and actor Melvin Van Peebles in his apartment in Manhattan in 2010. In his work he spoke out of an “undeniable Black consciousness,” one critic wrote.
Dozens of cargo ships wait outside ports near Los Angeles as import demands surge amid easing pandemic restrictions. The uptick in shipping traffic is increasing the demand on ports to handle more cargo, forcing a snag in the U.S. supply chain. (Sept. 22)
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell signaled Wednesday that the Fed plans to announce as early as November that it will start withdrawing the extraordinary support it unleashed after the coronavirus paralyzed the economy 18 months ago. (Sept. 22)
Angry allies. Border bedlam. Sound familiar?
R. Kelly arrived for a court hearing in Chicago in 2019. Even after his trial in New York is complete, he will face charges in two other states.
President Biden declared before the United Nations on Tuesday that the United States had “turned the page” on its wars. But it was just the latest attempt by an American president to mask the reality of smaller-scale armed conflicts.
Jerome H. Powell, the Fed chair, faces a delicate task as inflation is high but the job market has yet to fully recover.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America said people have used nebulizers to inhale hydrogen peroxide to treat COVID-19, which can be toxic.
Maayan Zilberman, 42, began the pandemic coloring her hair for Zoom meetings with clients. But as the months dragged on, her hair color became symbolic of something bigger.
George Holliday after a news conference in Los Angeles in 1991. His video recording of the Rodney King beating was seen around the world, a forerunner of the cellphone recordings of police abuse that have become common today.
Here's the latest for Wednesday, Sept. 22: US to double COVID-19 shots shared with the world; Rev. Jesse Jackson heads home; Mitch McConnell offers no help on debt limit; Toxic volcano gas monitored.
More than 18 months into the pandemic, about 17% of respondents reported "heavy drinking" in the past 30 days, a new survey finds.
This Halloween, Americans are expected to spend more than $10 billion on decorations, candy and costumes, an average per household of $102.74.
The White House says President Joe Biden had a "friendly" call Wednesday with French counterpart Emanuel Macron following the submarine spat that sent relations between the longtime allies into a tailspin. (Sept. 22)
Don't let your dreams slip away. Recall them with these tips from Justina Lasley, founder and director of the Institute for Dream Studies.
Islanders flee lava flows of Spanish volcano
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus in the U.S. House stood in the rain outside of the Capitol building Wednesday to denounce the treatment of Haitian migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border. (Sept. 22)
Two teenage boys were shot in a drive-by shooting Wednesday morning at a bus stop in Louisville, Kentucky.
The search for Brian Laundrie, the fiancé of homicide victim Gabby Petito, reconvened Wednesday across Florida's vast Carlton Reserve wetland.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson is headed home a month after he was hospitalized for a breakthrough COVID-19 infection and following intensive physical therapy for Parkinson's disease. (Sept. 22)