Impasse in Hunter Biden Plea Negotiations: Trial Possibly Ahead

Proposal to Raise Threshold for Constitutional Changes Rejected by Ohio Voters

Biden Administration and Mifepristone Manufacturer Appeal for Supreme Court Reconsideration of 5th Circuit Ruling

Donald Trump to Face Civil Fraud Trial in NY That Could Disrupt His Business Operations

Pennsylvania Prison Officer Fired Over Inmate Escape

Georgia Racketeering Case Against Trump and Allies May Be Moved to Federal Court

Ukrainian President Dismisses Military Recruitment Heads Amid Corruption Allegations

Hunter Biden's Plea Deal Questioned by Judge, Congressional Investigations Continue

Supreme Court Blocks Purdue Pharma's Bankruptcy Proceedings Over Role in Opioid Crisis

Trump's Legal Team Object to Proposed Protective Order in Election Conspiracy Case

Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss Appointed Special Counsel in Hunter Biden Investigation

Amazon Discontinues Majority of In-house Brands in Response to Antitrust Scrutiny and Customer Preferences

Ohio Voters Reject Ballot Measure for 60 Percent Supermajority Amendment Rule

Proposed Jan. 2 Trial for Donald Trump Could Impact His Participation in Iowa Caucuses

Purdue Pharma's Bankruptcy Settlement Proceeds Despite Potential Supreme Court Appeal

American Nurse and Daughter Safely Released After Kidnapping in Haiti

Senator Feinstein Launches Legal Effort for Control of Late Husband's Trust

Special Counsel Calls for Rejection of Postponement Request in Trump Trial, Challenges Defense's Arguments

43-year-old Man Charged with First-degree Murder in Shooting of 9-year-old Girl in Portage Park

Crowdfund for Former Marine's Defense Raises Nearly $3 Million

Final Former Officer Involved in George Floyd's Death Receives Sentence

Labor Department Updates Davis-Bacon Act; Expected to Benefit Over 1 Million Construction Workers

Ohio Special Election: Issue 1 Proposes Higher Threshold for Constitutional Changes Amidst Abortion Rights Debate

Internet Influencer Andrew Tate Released from House Arrest, Placed Under Judicial Control

Aggressive Sea Otter Confronts Surfers in Santa Cruz, Raising Public Safety Concerns

Doctoral Candidate Bryan Kohberger on Trial for Murder of Four University of Idaho Students

US Navy Sailors Arrested on Charges of Spying for China

Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Convicted of Extremism, Sentenced to 19 Years

Endangered Species Act Under Scrutiny After 50 Years of Operation

New Identification in Long-Standing Gilgo Beach Murder Investigation

Trump Continues To Lead 2024 GOP Bid Despite Criminal Charges; Receives Criticism and Pardon Pledges

Three Killed in Small Plane Crash at Southern California Airport

Federal Judge Dismisses Trump's Defamation Lawsuit Against CNN

Fatal Shooting at Block Party in Muncie, Indiana Claims One Life

Massive Canine Death Found in Home of Animal Rescue Co-Founder in Ohio

Elon Musk's Company X Faces Criticism for Giant Glowing Logo in San Francisco

Texas House Votes for Impeachment of Attorney General Ken Paxton Amid Support from Conservative PACs

Former Gynecologist Robert Hadden Sentenced to 20 Years for Sexual Abuse Charges

Investigation Underway into Trump's Contrasting Remarks on US Election Security

President Biden Appoints Shuwanza Goff as Director of Legislative Affairs

San Francisco Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Officer Who Shot Unarmed Black Man in 2017

Rex Heuermann Charged with 2009 and 2010 Murders of Three Women, Investigation Continues

Biden Administration Files Lawsuit Against Texas Governor Over State's Buoy Barrier

Alabama Woman Admits to Carrying Out Fake Kidnapping

Israeli Lawmakers Vote to Restrict Supreme Court's Power Despite Civil Unrest and International Criticism

Acting Labor Secretary, Julie Su, Could Remain in Role Without Senate Approval Due to Existing Law

AI Companies Make Voluntary Commitments to White House to Implement Safety Measures

Inmate James Barber Gears Up for Execution Amid Disputes Over Lethal Injection in Alabama

NFL Fines Dan Snyder $60 Million Following Conduct Investigation and Approves Sale of Washington Commanders

Michael Cohen and Trump Organization Expected to Settle Legal Fees Dispute

French Man Accused of Drugging Wife and Facilitating 51 Instances of Rape Over a Decade

Justice Department Preparing Potential Indictment of Donald Trump Over 2020 Election Activities

SAG-AFTRA Union Announces Strike, Receives Support from Other Guilds

Arrest Made in Gilgo Beach Case, Details of Shannan Gilbert's Death Revealed

House Passes Resolution Rejecting Label of Israel as a 'Racist and Apartheid State', Amidst Contrary Opinions

Former President Trump May Be a Target in Investigation into Capitol Siege and Election Overturn Efforts

Michigan Republicans Face Felony Charges for Falsely Claiming Trump's Victory in 2020 Election

New York City Appoints First Latino Police Commissioner, Edward Caban

Senate Nomination Delays Impact National Security, Says U.S. Secretary of State

Iowa Judge Temporarily Blocks State's New Ban on Early Abortions

Supreme Court Rejects Biden's Plan to Cancel $20,000 in Federal Student Loans

Fargo Police Officer Dies, Two Critical Following Shooting Incident; No Current Public Threat

Mass Shooting in Hampton, Georgia Leaves Four Dead; Suspect Identified

Secret Service Ends Investigation into Cocaine Found at White House

New Abortion Law in Iowa Signed into Effect: Most Abortions Banned After Six Weeks of Pregnancy

House Passes Defense Bill with 5.2% Pay Raise and Additional Provisions

Minnesota Court of Appeals Rules Amish Community Not Required to Install Septic Systems

Orrington Woman Arrested For Assaulting Deputy And Obstructing Firefighting

Oklahoma Officers Charged with Manslaughter Ordered for Reinstatement after Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Black Man

SEC Files Lawsuit Against Celsius Network's Former CEO Alex Mashinsky Amid Company's Collapse

FBI Director Christopher Wray Defends Agency's Performance Amid Accusations of Political Bias at House Judiciary Committee Hearing

Jury to Decide on Death Penalty Eligibility for Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooter, Robert Bowers

FBI Director Defends Agency Amid Criticisms Over Illegit Surveillance and First Amendment Violations