It is good that President Joe Biden wants to make an early run at comprehensive immigration reform. Unfortunately, his proposal isn’t a sound start.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene faces calls to resign for her controversial remarks, creating a firestorm. But her GOP colleagues remain mostly silent.
A strong new version of Acura’s MDX three-row SUV suggests the brand’s latest reinvention may have staying power.
Meet Flo, a 40-foot Winnebago purchased by a New Mexico school district with CARES funding and converted into a mobile nursing unit.
A Sinaloa Cartel supplied drug ring is tied to multiple deaths in Michigan, Kentucky and Mississippi, a USA TODAY Network investigation finds.
Massachusetts Rep. Stephen Lynch, vaccinated for virus, tests positive; Iowa health leaders ‘begging’ for patience. Latest COVID-19 updates.
Colorado mayor admits ‘bad choice’ of words likening COVID-19 restrictions to George Floyd’s death. U.S. deaths top 436K. Latest COVID-19 updates.
Inspired by the role of doctors during a pandemic that has ravaged Black and Latino communities, students of color are increasingly eyeing med school.
While one site that posted the claims acknowledged that it was intended to mock the sharing of falsehoods, others have shared the fake label seriously.
11 Fort Bliss soldiers sick, 2 in ICU, after ingesting what they thought was an ‘alcoholic beverage’ during field training
The soldiers became ill “after consuming a substance acquired outside of authorized food supply distribution channels.”
Sundance Film Festival: ‘On the Count of Three’ is the Jerrod Carmichael bromance drama you’re not expecting
Comedian Jerrod Carmichael delivers a darkly comic tale of two friends bound by a suicide pact in “On the Count of Three,” his directorial debut.