Israel and Gaza agreed to extend their truce for one more day. Henry Kissinger, a towering figure in U.S. foreign policy, dies at 100.
One common decongestant, phenylephrine, was found ineffective this fall. Doctors are skeptical about the rest of the over-the-counter cold cures lineup.
More than 3 million U.S. children were involved in an intervention for suspected abuse or neglect in a single year. Advocates say a disproportionate impact on families of color makes reform urgent.
Sometimes polling places run out of ballots for voters. It's rare, but it happens. It happened in Mississippi earlier this month, causing serious issues for voters. Here's a look at why it happens.
When a video game store closed in 1998, hundreds of sealed Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis cartridges were stored and forgotten. Now, a collection of the top-graded items has been appraised.
As graphic images from Gaza flood social media platforms, many people are claiming those images are fake, in the latest iteration of a disturbing trope.
According to the indictment, an Indian government employee recruited the defendant in May to orchestrate the plot, offering to secure the dismissal of a criminal case against him in India in return.
Starting in early December, about 19,000 school districts will have the chance to order free rapid COVID tests from the federal stockpile for their students, staff and others in the community.
Climate science shows that beyond 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, impacts in the U.S. get substantially worse. The world is on track for almost double that level of warming by the end of the century.
Foreign policy doesn't always make headlines in presidential campaigns, but with the U.S. involved in two foreign wars — and facing a rising adversary in China, voters are paying more attention.
Family members and friends lined the streets of downtown Plains today for a final goodbye to former first lady Rosalynn Carter.
State lawmakers began a special legislative session to revisit the redistricting process after a federal judge ordered new districts.
The US Supreme Court hear arguments yesterday in an unusual case involving a 2012 murder in Metro Atlanta's Cobb County.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter was laid to rest on the Carter family property in Plains on Wednesday, capping three days of memorials from the nation — and now, her neighbors.
Republican officials of Arizona's Cochise County face criminal charges after they risked more than 47,000 people's votes for the 2022 midterm elections by refusing to certify them by the deadline.
A Georgia judge has refused to dismiss misconduct charges against a former prosecutor accused of hindering the investigation into the 2020 killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
Vice President Harris will travel to United Arab Emirates this week for the annual international climate meeting, the White House has announced.