The Chinese balloon drifting high above the U.S. and first revealed over Montana has created a buzz down below among residents — and raised a chorus of alarm from elected officials.
The Treasury Department said Friday it is making more electric vehicles — including SUVs made by Tesla, Ford and General Motors — eligible for tax credits of up to $7,500 under new vehicle classification definitions.
The parents of Amir Locke, who was killed by a Minneapolis police officer when a SWAT team executed a no-knock search warrant one year ago, are suing the city and the officer.
Adults ages 21 and older now can legally buy marijuana for recreational use in Missouri.
U.S. Agriculture officials have proposed new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugars.
U.S. wildlife officials have taken the first step to lift federal protections for grizzly bears in the northern Rocky Mountains, which would open the door to future hunting in several states.
Some Jan. 6 defendants who have expressed remorse in court for joining the pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol have later struck a different tone or downplayed the deadly riot publicly.
Nearly 50 businesses and nonprofits including rideshare companies Uber and Lyft and industrial giant 3M are pledging millions of dollars in initiatives to stem a crisis in road fatalities under a new federal effort.
A huge, high-altitude Chinese balloon is sailing across the U.S. The spectacle drew severe Pentagon accusations of spying on Friday, while sending some excited or alarmed Americans outside with binoculars.
In the South Dakota Senate, a group of far-right Republican lawmakers are looking to challenge the establishment by pushing for hardline stands on social issues.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis may be months away from publicly declaring his presidential intentions, but his potential rivals aren’t holding back.
President Joe Biden sounded like a candidate making his case for a second term as he rallied a raucous meeting of national Democrats who chanted, “Four more years!”.
A newly released audio recording offers a behind-the-scenes look at how former President Donald Trump’s campaign team in a pivotal battleground state knew they had been outflanked by Democrats in the 2020 presidential election.
For nearly a year, the Federal Reserve has been on a mission to cool down the job market to help curb the nation’s worst inflation bout in four decades.
Kansas plans to give $304 million in taxpayer-funded incentives to a semiconductor company in its largest city to build a huge new factory.
The U.S. says it is tracking a suspected Chinese surveillance balloon that has been spotted over U.S. airspace for a couple days.
Nancy Pelosi has made an early pick in California's 2024 U.S. Senate race — providing Sen. Dianne Feinstein doesn't seek another term.
A former University of Mississippi chancellor says Republican Gov. Tate Reeves spoke privately with him years ago about the benefits of expanding Medicaid to people in low-wage jobs.
The Biden administration on Thursday said 15 Native American tribes will get a total of $580 million this year to fund settlements that ensure access to water that's legally theirs.
A federal task force has reunited nearly 700 children who were separated from their families during the Trump administration.
The U.S. is expanding it military presence in Asia, in a string of moves aimed at countering Beijing and reassuring Indo-Pacific allies that America will stand with them against threats from China and North Korea.
After months of agonizing, the U.
President Joe Biden is a man who writes down his thoughts.
A onetime al-Qaida courier has been released after serving more than 16 years at the Guantanamo Bay detention center and enduring torture at clandestine overseas CIA sites.
A published report says federal authorities are investigating whether embattled New York Rep. George Santos raised $3,000 for life-saving surgery for a disabled veteran’s dog and then kept the money for himself.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders will deliver the Republican address to the nation in response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union speech next week.
Authorities say a New Jersey borough councilwoman was found shot to death in an SUV outside of her home.
President Joe Biden’s top economic adviser, Brian Deese, is leaving his post.
Real and fake news will collide again at this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.
President Joe Biden attended the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday in Washington and delivered a message of unity.
Supreme Court police officers are looking for a few good men and women — as are law enforcement departments around the country in a tight employment market.
Three decades after Bill Clinton signed into the law the nation’s family and medical leave legislation, he was back at the White House on Thursday.
A protracted legal fight over how city council districts were drawn in Jacksonville, Florida, reflects an aspect of redistricting that often remains in the shadows.
Florida could make it easier for juries to hand down the death penalty.
A new poll shows that more U.S. adults disapprove than approve of the way President Joe Biden has handled the discovery of classified documents at his home and former office.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus have left a meeting with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris with an agreement on how to address the issue of policing in America after the recent killing of Tyre Nichols.