The drought’s not over by a long shot, but California is going to let more water flow to those who need it.
Andrew Yang’s Forward Party announced it is forming a coalition with the Common Sense Party, founded in 2019 by former Rep. Tom Campbell.
Cara Northington, the mother of Xana Kernodle, says she doesn’t believe in the death penalty.
The Oklahoma medical examiner has positively identified the remains of Athena Brownfield, which were recovered Jan. 17 in Grady County.
Teachers and parents are being taught to work together to make sure that students succeed.
“For Mike Pence politically, there’s considerable upside here, weirdly,” NewsNation political editor Chris Stirewalt says.
Leaders from local Memphis police all the way up to President Joe Biden are pleading for peace.
Authorities called video footage of the Tyre Nichols arrest “absolutely appalling,” and said it will be released Friday night.
Five Memphis police officers have been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of motorist Tyre Nichols.
The busiest month for illegal border crossings is followed by the slowest in years, according to new DHS data.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warns in his new book that another 9/11 could come from the destabilized regions of Mexico.
Utility poles and power lines were downed, and several vehicles, including a trailer, were damaged or flipped over in a parking lot.
Alex Murdaugh’s displays of emotion at the trial have drawn scrutiny.
Some of the students who officials say bought allegedly fraudulent nursing diplomas went on to land health care jobs in several states.
The day after opening arguments in the double-murder trial of Alex Murdaugh, the first witness gave his testimony.
The U.S. government agreed not to seek a life sentence in order to secure Dairo Antonio Úsuga’s extradition from Colombia last year.
A death sentence for Sayfullo Saipov, a citizen of Uzbekistan, would be an extreme rarity in New York.
“Operation Nightingale” was successful in busting a massive fraudulent nursing diploma scheme.
NewsNation joined border agents in Marathon, Florida, to see firsthand how authorities are managing the immigration crisis.
A new border security bill is on hold as fellow House Republicans show opposition.
The Biden administration is shutting the door on thousands of asylum-seekers who show up at America’s doorstep after long, dangerous treks through other countries, immigration advocates say.
Across America, restaurants are trying out creative solutions to attract workers as the industry faces huge shortages.
The airline is facing a loss in earnings and a formal investigation by regulators after it experienced serious service disruptions in December.
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