A wayward and unresponsive business plane that flew over the nation’s capital Sunday afternoon caused the military to scramble a fighter jet before the plane crashed in Virginia.
8 in 10 non-LGBTQ people in US support equal rights for LGBTQ community, an all-time high, survey says
Researchers found that more than eight in 10 U.S. adults (84%) believe sexual and gender minorities should have the same rights as heterosexual and cisgender people, while a large majority of U.S. adults — seven in 10 — agreed businesses should publicly support the LGBTQ community.
A couple whose young children were taken by social workers and police in the middle of the night are suing, arguing they were unconstitutionally removed without a warrant or court order.
Historically Black colleges and universities, which had seen giving from foundations decline in recent decades, have seen an increase in gifts over the past several years.
The "Good Book" is being treated like a bad book in Utah after a parent frustrated by efforts to ban materials from schools convinced a suburban district that some Bible verses were too vulgar or violent for younger children.
Saudi Arabia says it will reduce how much oil it sends to the global economy. It's took a unilateral step Sunday to support the sagging cost of crude after two earlier cuts in supply by major producing countries in the OPEC+ alliance failed to push prices higher.
Chuck Todd says he's leaving “Meet the Press” after a tumultuous near-decade of moderating the NBC political panel show and will be replaced by Kristen Welker.
Defenders of Ukraine's city of Bakhmut are keeping up the pressure even though Russian forces declared victory there after the longest, deadliest battle of the war so far.
Across the U.S. economy, a number of industries are facing a formidable challenge: Replenishing a workforce diminished by a surge of retirements. Among the hardest hit: airline maintenance, construction, manufacturing and nursing.
The 51-year-old Todd told viewers Sunday he's ”watched too many friends and family let work consume them before it was too late."
A city official confirms that Branden Colvin Sr.’s body was recovered. He was 42. Two other men — 51-year-old Ryan Hitchcock and 60-year-old Daniel Prien — are still unaccounted for.
“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” opened in U.S. and Canadian theaters with a massive $120.5 million, more than tripling the debut of the 2018 animated original and showing the kind of movie-to-movie box-office growth that would be the envy of even the mightiest of Hollywood franchises.
Several dozen Democrats in the House and some in the Senate voted against the bill, saying it could open the door for future cuts to government aid programs.
Stanford scientists have developed a soft and stretchable electronic skin that imitates the sensory feedback of real skin and could offer hope to millions of people with prosthetic limbs.
Like hundreds of others, Michael Cellura was left homeless after the Category 5 hurricane blasted the barrier island last September with ferocious winds and storm surge as high as 15 feet.
Ella Irwin quit Friday, shortly after Twitter owner Elon Musk publicly complained about the platform’s handling of posts about transgender topics. She confirms her departure, but isn't saying why she left.
Eight Republican presidential hopefuls descended on Iowa to pitch themselves to voters. Former President Donald Trump was notably absent.
Grazing goats are in high demand to devour wild grass and shrubs that are proliferating across California after a drought-busting winter of heavy rain and snow.
After bans on affirmative action in states from California to Florida, colleges have tried a range of strategies to achieve a diverse student body.
The resolution of the debt ceiling debacle, former first lady Rosalynn Carter diagnosed with dementia, and more top news of the week
From full coverage of the debt ceiling and default deal, to Rosalynn Carter's recent diagnosis, here are the top national news stories from the past week.
With just two days to spare, President Joe Biden has signed legislation that lifts the nation’s debt ceiling.
As many community college students around the country struggle to complete degrees, Dallas College in Texas is assigning “success coaches” to help students address whatever stands between them and graduation.
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Content by Salem Tourism. For pickers and antiques aficionados, everything old is new again, and there’s certainly plenty of charming territory to explore in the welcoming town of Salem on the northwest outskirts of Roanoke, Virginia.
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A new study suggests racial bias built into a common medical test for lung function is likely leading to fewer Black patients getting care for breathing problems.
Nikki Haley’s husband will soon begin a yearlong deployment with the South Carolina Army National Guard to Africa. The mission will encompass most of the remainder of his wife’s campaign for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
Hiring jumped in May; concerns over money stored in apps; trans people turn to crowdfunding to leave Florida | Hot off the Wire podcast
🎧 A jobs report shows the economy remains strong, a consumer group issues a warning about storing money in payment apps, and Florida's anti-LGBTQ+ laws have some people raising money to leave the state.
Whether they favor debt-limit brinkmanship or not, most Americans are alarmed by the level of U.S. government borrowing. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen isn’t one of them.
An Iowa task force has completed its search for survivors at the site of a partially collapsed Davenport apartment building without finding three missing people who are feared dead, authorities said Friday. The focus has shifted to shoring up the structure so recovery efforts can begin. Rick Halleran, the task force’s Cedar Rapids division chief, said the search for survivors was completed Thursday evening after electrical equipment connected to the building was controlled. Officials said Friday the building has been unstable and needed to settle before further action could take place. Halleran said, “We do what the building tells us to do."
Here's a look at which states are the most educated in the U.S. Where does your home state stack up?
President Joe Biden celebrated a "crisis averted" in his inaugural speech to the nation from the Oval Office. He's ready to sign on Saturday a budget agreement that suspends the nation's debt ceiling.