Karine Jean-Pierre becomes the first openly gay spokeswoman and first Black woman in decades to lead White House press briefing on Wednesday.
‘Let’s get justice for his family’: Reward reaches at least $200K in search for shooter of 6-year-old boy on California freeway
Aiden Leos, 6, was fatally shot last week during an apparent road rage incident on State Route 55 in Orange, southeast of Los Angeles.
Angels fire coach Mickey Callaway after MLB’s sexual harassment investigation: ‘I take responsibility for the consequences’
The longtime coach will be allowed to apply for reinstatement after the 2022 MLB season.
Late Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s mother urges Congress to approve Capitol riot commission
The mother of late Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died a day after the Capitol riot Jan. 6, urged lawmakers to create a commission.
Biden tells agencies to step up probe into coronavirus origins; William Shakespeare, first man to get vaccinated, dies: COVID-19 updates
William Shakespeare, first man to get vaccinated, dies at 81 in England. Puerto Rico lifts its curfew. Here are the latest COVID-19 updates.
Asahi Shimbun, a newspaper and sponsor of the Tokyo Games, has written that the Olympics and Paralympics be canceled because of COVID-19.
This unconventional tummy workout is viral on TikTok, but fitness experts warn people to ‘be careful’
There’s a bizarre-looking workout that has taken TikTok by storm, but is it worth the hype? We talked to fitness experts to find out.
Ariana Grande went with her signature half-ponytail for her nuptials: See the first photos from her at-home wedding to Dalton Gomez.
But now that Packers have begged MVP QB Aaron Rodgers to return and reportedly offered contractual assurances he wants, why blow everything up?
Special grand jury marks a shift in Cy Vance’s Trump Organization probe as possible evidence of criminal conduct may be presented.