Biden and his aides have stressed the president intends to run again in 2024, although he has not made a formal announcement.
A Halloween-themed festival turned violent when an altercation between two groups of teenagers ended with three people shot.
While there were no confirmed fatalities in Canada, authorities on Sunday were searching for a woman missing in the hardest hit town of Channel-Port Aux Basques on the …
After governors Ron DeSantis and Greg Abbott shipped migrants to Democrat-run states, Dem lawmakers are calling for an investigation.
All eyes are on Hurricane Ian as it intensifies in the Caribbean.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office responded to an incident at the Chuck E. Cheese in Brandon on Saturday.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (NewsNation) — The National Hurricane Center (NOAA) officially declared Tropical Storm Ian a hurricane Monday morning. The storm is expected to …
The Michigan State Police Fifth District Twitter account shared some dash cam video of an athletic deer casually jumping over a car on the road.
The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office identified the dead man as Shabron Robinson, 29, of Chicago.
The mayor of Orland Park, Illinois, ripped Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and other Dems for a new law that will eliminate the use of cash bail.
Amid an officer shortage, the New Orleans Police Department is getting creative and hiring civilians to help perform some tasks.
The residents who filed the lawsuit claim there have been high levels of lead and other contaminants in the water for years.
A protest against the event was organized in the museum parking lot. Police were on scene Friday evening, and the museum cancelled all programming out of an abundance of …
O’Rourke, Abbott dig in on key issues ahead of Texas governor’s debate.
Photographs of the scene show the crane is on one wheel and the building is damaged.
“I want to cry because I feel hopeless. I have nothing. How do I work? How do I survive?” one migrant asked.
A short political commercial featuring Democratic and Republican candidates agreeing to respect each other can have a big impact on polarization.
Adventurer Cyril Derreaumaux kayaked 91 days and 2,400 miles from California to Hawaii after training for four years for this adventure.
New research suggests that Mormon missionaries grow more tolerant of immigrants as a result of their service.