Tornado that ripped through massive Wyoming coal mining site injures 8 people, officials say
A tornado touching down at a mine in Wyoming has injured eight people and knocked over employee transport buses and empty train cars at the facility.
Jerry Springer, Politician-Turned-Tv Ringmaster, Dies at 79
At its peak, “The Jerry Springer Show” was a ratings powerhouse and a U.S. cultural pariah.
Supreme Court Preserves Access to Abortion Pill for Now
The justices on Friday granted emergency requests from the Biden administration and New York-based Danco Laboratories, maker of the drug mifepristone.
Judge temporarily blocks clean water rule in 24 states
A federal judge temporarily blocked a federal rule in 24 states that is intended to protect thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways. U.S. District Judge Daniel L. Hovland in Bismarck, North Dakota, on Wednesday halted the regulations from the U...
Body of Florida Toddler Found in Alligator Jaws After Search
Police say the body of a 2-year-old Florida boy who had been the subject of a frantic search after his mother was slain has been found in a lake in the jaws of an alligator.
Transgender Day of Visibility Rallies Held Amid Backlash
Thousands of people rallied across the country Friday in support of the rights of transgender people and their resilience amid an increasingly hostile environment.
Tornadoes Kill at Least 11 across US Friday [PICTURES]
Deaths were reported in Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, and the Little Rock area
UPDATE: 3 Children, 3 Adults Fatally Shot at Nashville Grade School
The shooting occurred Monday at The Covenant School.
Nebraska Lawmaker 3 Weeks into Filibuster over Trans Bill
Cavanaugh declared she would “burn the session to the ground” in an effort to stymie the bill. And so far, she has, slowing the Legislature's business to a crawl.
Newborn Found Dead in Iowa Ditch; Mom, Granddad Charged
Authorities say the mother and grandfather of a newborn found dead in a ditch in Iowa have been charged with first-degree murder.