Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is likely headed for a legal battle with some of his state's largest school districts over mask mandates.
Liza Minnelli described what it was like growing up with Hollywood parents Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli.
The Wall Street Journal editorial board called out Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer for his "tall tale" about changes in Georgia's voting rules.
A UCLA graduate student was stabbed to death last week in a random daytime attack while working at an upscale furniture store in Los Angeles, police said.
Sometimes you want a Fanta, but that doesn’t always mean you have to spend $13 to get one.
Google is celebrating what would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday with a sweet, hidden tribute to the late star.
Transgender female athletes hold a competitive edge over their biologically female competitors that one year of testosterone suppression therapy cannot mitigate, scientists argue,
Florida authorities are hunting Anthony Eugene Ward, 48, after he escaped from the Suwannee County Jail on Monday morning and was believed to be heading toward Tampa.
Project H.O.O.D. CEO and Chicago Pastor Corey Brooks discussed how his program is aiming to combat crime in the Windy City with enterprise reporter Lawrence Jones during 'Fox & Friends.'
Off-duty Milwaukee police detective saves mother, three children after attempted carjacking.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend, but is continuing to work remotely as he experiences “very minor symptoms,” his spokesperson said Monday.
Florida Republican Byron Donalds slams California liberal Maxine Waters for calling Moderate Senators Sinema and Manchin racist for refusing to kill the filibuster. Donalds emphasizes how the filibuster helps protect the equal representation.
Blackburn, in northwestern England, where Malik Faisal Akram, identified by the F.B.I. as the man who took hostages at a Texas synagogue, was raised along with his brothers.
Authorities Monday continued to investigate the standoff at a Texas synagogue that ended with a British national dead and a rabbi crediting security training for getting him and others out safely.
A newborn at a hospital in Danzhai, China, last year.
Christie Brinkley famous starred on three consecutive covers for SI Swimsuit in 1979, 1980 and 1981. At age 63, she appeared for a fourth time alongside her daughters Alexa Ray Joel and Sailor Brinkley-Cook.
Betty White, an animal lover, was a supporter of Actors and Others for Animals.
Karl-Anthony Towns had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 119-99 victory over the worn-out Golden State Warriors, who played without Steph Curry and Draymond Green on Sunday night.
Novak Djokovic landing in Belgrade, Serbia, on Monday after his deportation from Australia.
The FDA's data on chemical abortions is encountering fresh scrutiny from authors alleging that significant discrepancies have occurred in previous figures.
Rudy Gobert had 18 points and 19 rebounds in his return to Utah’s lineup, Donovan Mitchell scored 31 points and the Jazz beat the Denver Nuggets 125-102 on Sunday night.
Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, last week. Like other countries in Eastern Europe, Serbia is adopting new forms of censorship to constrict the space open to critical voices and tilt public opinion in favor of those in power.
Rep. Burgess Owens, R-Utah, remembered the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. as a leader who commanded respect and preached unity, and criticized the Biden Administration for invoking the late civil rights leader to pass "demeaning" voting laws.
Democratic strategist James Carville said Democrats "whine too much" and urged the party to gloat about accomplishments instead of focusing on the negative.
A look at the day's best photographs from around the world.
Demonstrators for voting rights in Washington in July.
Florida might be too small for Gov. Ron DeSantis, left, and former President Donald Trump, two self-assured and ambitious Republican politicians.
Parts of New York and Ohio were expecting up to 18 inches of snow before the storm moves away sometime Tuesday.
The eastern U.S. was under a weather siege Sunday as a furious winter storm packed heavy snow and tornadoes and continued its unforgiving march.
A Saskatchewan screamer system is the same pattern as the Alberta Clipper, but it is born in Saskatchewan, a Canadian province east of Alberta.
The eastern U.S. was under a weather siege Sunday as a furious winter storm packed heavy snow and tornadoes.
It’s been a very long year for Joe Biden.
The police at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas, on Sunday.
Rosemary Sullivan’s new book chronicles the emergence of a new suspect who might have informed the authorities of Frank’s whereabouts.
Trump, speaking Saturday in Florence, Arizona, accused the left of "discriminating against and denigrating ... white people." Latest COVID-19 news.
Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the C.D.C. director, right, and Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, during a Senate hearing in November.
Patient safety reporter Karen Weintraub explains why there's optimism in the fight against Alzheimer's, plus MLK Day is here: 5 Things podcast
Prada had a slew of stars including Kyle McLachlan and Jeff Goldblum walking for the Fall/Winter 2022-2023 show, while Dolce & Gabbana brought on Machine Gun Kelly. (Jan. 17)
Wolves have thrived since returning to the Northern Rockies. Now they face relentless assault by hunters and trappers.
"Martin Luther King" was not his given name. What was it originally — and why did his father change it?
An image from a video on social media showed the eruption of the volcano Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai.
Removing incentives to encourage homeowners to install solar panels is a bad idea.
A China Evergrande Group housing project under construction in Beijing last September. Real estate developers, including Evergrande, have run into severe financial difficulty in recent months.
Wicked weather brings snow, ice, tornadoes to the Southeast.
Prince Harry files court claim over UK police protection; Ex-Alabama QB Jay Barker charged with domestic violence; "Scream" scares off "Spider-Man" with $30.6M debut in the US. (Jan. 17)
The American people have little respect or patience for a weak leader but support and stand with a strong one.
In 1972, a section of the road that Graceland was built on was renamed Elvis Presley Boulevard. (Jan. 17)
The Deauville Beach Resort played host to The Beatles, Frank Sinatra and John F. Kennedy. But it has been deemed unsafe after years of neglect.
Separated from his family, he launched jump shots in the driveway and wondered: Will we ever properly mourn the ones we’ve lost? Will we ever smile again? The answers were hit or miss.
The Supreme Court in Washington.
The pedestal of the former site of the statue of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest in Nashville, Tenn.
Caroline Cassini, general manager of the U.S. auction website that Bonhams is starting. “We’ll be ‘live’ 24 hours a day, seven days a week, worldwide,” she said.
Here's the latest for Monday January 17th: Two arrests in U.K. linked to Texas synagogue attack; Winter storm moves toward Northeast; Ukraine blames Russia for cyberattack; Pilot of crashed medical helicopter leaves hospital.
The pilot of a medical helicopter that crash-landed without loss of life next to a church in a residential area of suburban Philadelphia last week thanked his crew and first responders. Danial Moore spoke as he left a hospital Sunday. (Jan. 17)
President Joe Biden called the hostage standoff in a Texas synagogue 'an act of terror.' Speaking in Philadelphia on Sunday, he also said the hostage-taker, identified as British national Malik Faisal Akram, purchased weapons 'on the street.' (Jan. 17)
The assailant in the Texas synagogue hostage standoff demanded release of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist suspected of ties to al-Qaida.
In a year of firsts as the oldest U.S. sitting president and the first first lady with a job, Joe and Jill Biden are paving new ground. (Jan. 17)
Highlights of Today in History: Benjamin Franklin born; Soviet and Polish forces liberate Warsaw; Eisenhower farewell address; Japan earthquake; Al Capone is born;Muhammad Ali born.
Here's the latest for Sunday, January 16: Bronx community gathers to grieve fire victims; Novak Djokovic loses deportation appeal; Snow, ice blasts through South with powerful storm; Damage in New Zealand after Pacific eruption.
While the Center for COVID Control failed to keep up with testing demands, the company's owners spent millions on luxury cars and homes, records show.