Scathing federal sanctions accused Shalena Cook Jones of misleading statements, disrespect of court system
The workers had been trapped in the collapsed tunnel in the north of India since Nov. 15. Rescuers have drilled their way through debris to reach them.
Carter, who died Nov. 19, grew up in Plains, Ga., and met her husband, Jimmy, when she was 17. In 1984, she spoke to Fresh Air about life before and after the White House.
Combs temporarily stepped down as chairman of the TV network he co-founded in 2013, a spokesperson for the record executive confirmed. The move follows lawsuits against Combs alleging sexual abuse.
Computer scientist Joy Buolamwini warns that facial recognition technology is riddled with the biases of its creators. She is the author of Unmasking AI and founder of the Algorithmic Justice League.
Rosalynn Carter was memorialized with classical music and beloved hymns, some of her favorite Biblical passages, and a rare gathering of all living U.S. first ladies and multiple presidents, including her 99-year-old husband Jimmy Carter.
Former President Jimmy Carter sat front row at his wife's tribute service in Atlanta.
The conservative mega-donor network is throwing its weight behind the former South Carolina governor in an effort to beat former President Donald Trump.
Israel says it has already received a list of Israeli hostages Hamas proposes to release in exchange for Israel freeing more Palestinian prisoners. But possible signs of a fraying truce are emerging.
Georgians streamed into the Carter Center to say goodbye to first lady Rosalynn Carter.
This year's theme is the "magic, wonder and joy" of Christmas time through the lens of children. Throughout the White House grounds are 98 Christmas trees, almost 34,000 ornaments and 72 wreaths.
Krofft and his brother Sid brought a trippy sensibility to children's TV and brought singling siblings Donny and Marie Osmond and Barbara Mandrell and her sisters to primetime.
The shooting of three college students of Palestinian descent in Burlington, Vt., is being investigated as a possible hate crime. A man pleaded not guilty to attempted murder on Monday.
A court extended the detention of the Wall Street Journal reporter, arrested on espionage charges, until Jan. 30, Russian news agencies reported. Gershkovich and the Journal deny the allegations.
A handwritten lyric sheet for two of his songs will be auctioned off in the U.K. on Tuesday. It includes notes on the 1972 track "Suffragette City." The page is expected to go for over $100,000.