Kim Potter trial: Minneapolis jury reaches verdict in Daunte Wright shooting

The jury has reached a decision in the trial for Kim Potter, the former Minneapolis-area police officer facing manslaughter charges in the April 2021 death of Daunte Wright, as a verdict will be read shortly.

Joan Didion, famed American essayist and novelist, has died

Celtics fans erupt after Joe Johnson returns 20 years after NBA debut

TD Garden erupted into cheers Wednesday night after Joe Johnson hit his signature isolation shot more than 20 years after first making his NBA debut with the Boston Celtics.

Outcome reached in manslaughter trial of ex-police officer Kim Potter, accused in Daunte Wright’s death

A jury has reached an outcome in the manslaughter trial of Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter, charged in the death of Daunte Wright.

Santa will deliver an uncommon white Christmas to some in the US and chestnut-roasting heat to others

This holiday weekend is a tale of two Christmases: Heavy snow, rain and wind are forecast for the entire US West Coast, while potentially record-breaking warmth will toast the South.

Psaki asked 'why didn't anyone think' to order COVID tests earlier, blames lack of demand earlier this year

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that a lack of demand for COVID-19 tests earlier this year handicapped the United States’ ability to ramp up supply.

Maine state trooper carries elderly man who wandered off during snowstorm out of roadside ditch: VIDEO

Dash camera video shows a Maine state trooper locating an elderly man with Alzheimer’s on the side of the road and carrying him out of a ditch amid freezing temperatures.

Time for Senate vote on Build Back Better

Build Back Better Act is a bold attempt to finally address the long-neglected needs of working families and demand that the wealthiest people and largest corporations pay their fair share of taxes.

Wisconsin: Multiple car crashes after semi-trailer slides into median

Authorities in western Wisconsin are trying to sort out multiple crashes along Interstate 94.

Festivus from 'Seinfeld' actually has its roots in a real holiday a writer's dad invented

Festivus is here and many “Seinfeld” fans may be surprised to hear that the holiday is not just a joke invented by the hit sitcom in 1997.