The Department of Justice and conduct an investigation into a viral video that shows a man being held down and beaten by law enforcement officers in Arkansas.
The brutal murder of a Russian nationalist feeds hypotheses and concerns about an uprising in Ukraine.
Russias FSB has blamed Ukraines secret services for killing Daria Dugina with a car bomb outside Moscow, according to state media. Here’s what to know.
Families in Kentucky have relied on coal mining for generations. They are now accusing it of inundating their village.
Fifty-nine people in Breathitt County Kentucky sued Blackhawk Mining and its subsidiary Pine Branch Mining over devastation from historic flooding that killed 37.
Former President Donald Trump has filed a legal motion over the FBI’s search of his Mar-a-Lago estate two weeks ago.
Lyft claims it has “no duties” to provide wheelchair access because it is not a transportation provider.
Lyft officials said they are exempt from the Americans with Disabilities Act and don’t have to cater to people with nonfolding wheelchairs.
According to a startling 72% of economists, the United States is currently in or is about to enter a recession, according to CNN.
CNN reporter Matt Egan detailed a survey conducted by the National Association of Business Economics that showed 72 percent of economists believe a recession is here or imminent.
Many people are “extremely scared” about Trump stealing the election in 2024, according to NBC’s Yamiche Alcindor.
NBC’s Yamiche Alcindor said Monday that a lot of people on the Democratic side of things were “very worried” Donald Trump would steal the election in 2024.
The NYT Opinion section published its weekly “The Conversation,” where two columnists argued the Inflation Reduction Act was “misnamed” and the raid on Trump’s home was a distraction.
The final episode of “Reliable Sources” hammers down on what detractors claim caused show to be canceled, but Brian Stelter is unfazed.
Outgoing CNN host Brian Stelter said goodbye to viewers as the cancellation of “Reliable Sources” is the latest sign that the network is aiming to steer away from its liberal bias.
After the suspected identification of the missing kids, the family of Kiely Rodnis breaks their silence.
Kiely Rodnis family thanked the community for its support Monday and asked for privacy and time to “celebrate our daughters spirit and heal our souls.”