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It's the first time a state high court has found that a ban on insurrectionist candidates applies to both Donald Trump and the presidency itself.
Biden's declaration will provide federal funding for recovery. Hawaii's lieutenant governor says it could take years to rebuild the damaged infrastructure.
Smoke from wildfires in Canada is again blanketing parts of the U.S. with a thick haze that's prompting air quality warnings in several states.
Filmmaker and marine explorer James Cameron said he suspected all week that the Titan had imploded on Sunday near the Titanic's wreck.
The former president will spend Monday night at Trump Tower before his surrender and arraignment on Tuesday, when the historic charges against him will be unsealed.
U.S. officials said the balloon flew over the Aleutian Islands and through Canada before it was spotted over Billings, Montana.
BA.5 is now the dominant omicron strain in the U.S. It's good at evading the immune system, though doesn't appear to cause more serious illness.
Federal law prevents some convicted domestic abusers from owning a gun, depending on their relationship to the victim. The new gun safety bill would expand that definition to include dating partners.
June's full moon gets its nickname from the strawberry harvesting season in the Northeastern U.S. It also happens to be at its closest distance to Earth in its orbit, which makes it a supermoon.
Local and state officials in Texas release more information, while Americans across the nation continue to express shock and grief at the massacre.
Mizelle was nominated by former President Donald Trump in 2020 at age 33. The American Bar Association said at the time she wasn't qualified because she hadn't been practicing law for long enough.
President Biden announced more sanctions on Russia's military and economy over its invasion of Ukraine. Sanctions have become a favored tool in presidents' arsenals, but they don't always work.
The link between tornadoes, like the deadly ones that hit the Midwest over the weekend, and climate change isn't as clear as it is for other extreme weather events, though scientists say the clues are there.
Colorado health officials say the case was identified in a resident who tested positive after traveling to southern Africa. Another case of the variant was reported in Minnesota earlier Thursday.