“I think that it was a mistake.”
Olena Zelenska had not been seen in public since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began in February.
“The EPA is still in crisis,” one environmentalist said.
"I hope we can raise our voices to protect our right to have a safe abortion," Rodrigo told fans at her Sour tour concert in Washington, DC.
William Todd Wilson was the first Oath Keeper to breach the Capitol building, prosecutors claim.
This Activist Group Tapped Into Partisan COVID Politics To Make Big Trouble For Anthony Fauci And The NIH
The White Coat Waste Project has pulled the “lab leak” strings and channeled right-wing anger over COVID to pursue its goal of defunding animal experiments backed by the federal government.
A judge dismissed the RNC’s claims against the Jan. 6 committee, but paused the effect of his ruling while the GOP pursues an appeal.
“Liberals want to rip the blindfolds off of lady justice,” McConnell said. “The want to override impartiality with intimidation. They want to elevate mob rule over the rule of law.”
“Unfortunately, many of us said the sky was going to fall, and it did.”
Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed the authenticity of the draft opinion, calling its leak a "betrayal of the confidences of the Court."
It’s unknown what the court’s final ruling will be, but a Politico report shows the conservative justices are at least seriously considering ending decades of abortion protections.
Thomas Webster swung a flagpole at police outside the Capitol and then knocked an officer to the ground.
I am once again begging you not to refer to it as "nerd prom."
Brian Ulrich pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy and obstructing Congress.
An Ex-Cop Told A Jury That Video Of His Alleged Assault On A Police Officer On Jan. 6 Actually Showed Acts Of Self-Defense
Thomas Webster is facing multiple felony charges for allegedly assaulting a police officer on Jan. 6.
Thomas Webster claims he acted in self-defense. Officer Noah Rathbun denied that he invited Webster to fight or punched the man in the face.
A Former Marine Was Freed From “Wrongful Detention” In Russia, But Concerns Remain For Brittney Griner And Others
Trevor Reed's release from Russia highlighted concerns over the continued detention of WNBA star Brittney Griner and another former Marine, Paul Whelan.
A New York Man Doesn’t Deny He Swung A Flagpole At Police On Jan. 6. He’s Claiming It Was Self-Defense.
Thomas Webster’s trial kicked off with dueling videos from the Capitol and competing theories of what they showed.
The White House announced that Harris has not been in close contact with President Joe Biden and will continue working from home.
With more Jan. 6 trials looming, defendants are angling to face a jury solo.
11 Things You Need To Know About Our Investigation Into KKR, BrightSpring, And 600 Homes For People With Disabilities
BrightSpring Health Services, which KKR bought in 2019, says it helps thousands of people with disabilities “live their best lives.” But some residents suffered neglect, abuse, or death. A BuzzFeed News investigation.
To Find Out How This Private Equity Giant Runs Group Homes, BuzzFeed News Had To Do Some Serious Digital Sleuthing
BuzzFeed News built a unique database to examine how a private equity behemoth managed the care of thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Kristina Karamo, who has falsely said that Donald Trump won the 2020 election, is now the Republican nominee for Michigan secretary of state.
The move is the latest escalation between Florida Republicans and the company after it spoke out against the "don't say gay" bill.
Ukrainians Are Getting Special Treatment At The US Border That Other Asylum-Seekers Fleeing Violence Aren’t, Immigration Lawyers Say
"It is really jarring seeing how the welcome wagon was rolled out in comparison to how it's been going for others."
Thousands of LGBTQ students and allies are participating in a Day of Silence to highlight the discrimination they experience both from their peers and from politicians.
Taxpayers Footed The Bill For The Capitol Insurrection. The DOJ Might Make Jan. 6 Defendants Cover More Of It.
Prosecutors recently bumped up the cost estimate of the Capitol attack from $1.49 million to $2.73 million.
Republicans in the Florida Senate advanced a bill Wednesday to revoke an incentive that allows Disney to self-govern.
"It is CDC’s continuing assessment that at this time an order requiring masking in the indoor transportation corridor remains necessary for the public health."
"One of the things he wanted to see was the Easter Bunnies continue to go to the White House, and we promised we would as long as the White House would let us."