There was no immediate official word on the cause of the blaze but initial reports suggested fireworks at the venue may have sparked the fire.
The Federal Trade Commission and 17 states accuse Amazon of suffocating rivals and raising costs for both sellers and shoppers.
The 148-day Hollywood writers strike will end just after 12:01 a.m. PT on Wednesday, thanks to a new three-year deal the Writers Guild of America made with major Hollywood studios.
Seven Republicans vying for the GOP presidential nomination will take the stage in California Wednesday night for the second GOP debate of the 2024 elections. But the front runner is skipping — again.
Judge Arthur Engoron finds that Trump and his associates exaggerated the former president's net worth in order to complete deals and receive more financing.
Isle McElroy's novel covers a deep exploration of marriage, love, and the ways we know one another — while also touching on how so much of how we navigate the world depends on how it sees us.
Gov. Gavin Newsom called the new measure "long overdue," saying that the banning binge of diversity materials has to come to an end.
Two recent deaths brought the total to 343, matching the death toll from Sept. 11, the FDNY said. Some 11,000 former and current FDNY employees suffer from 9/11-related illnesses, 3,500 with cancer.
Election conspiracies have fundamentally changed the job of local voting officials, and many don't want to take it anymore.
In June, the court ruled that Alabama's Republican-drawn congressional map violated the Voting Rights Act.
In 2019, NPR covered the story of Renee Bach, who said she was called by God to serve the children of Uganda. Now HBO is presenting her story in the documentary series 'Savior Complex.'
Democrats are abandoning New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez in the wake of his federal indictment in a corruption scheme involving his wife and local businessmen.
Electric vehicles and solar power are growing quickly and offering hope the world could still meet climate change goals.
Through portraits and interviews with activists and artists, Koral Carballo sought out an answer to the question of what it means to be an Afro-Mexican woman today.
As the U.S. plans new mines for copper, lithium and other metals to use in green technologies, mining projects in the West could threaten scarce water supplies.