Supreme Court Sides With Georgia Inmate Who Wants to Die By Firing Squad
In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court said a death row inmate with “compromised veins” appropriately challenged his lethal injection.
What We Know—and Don’t—About the CDC’s New COVID Delta Variant Data
Yes, vaccinated people were infected with COVID, but that doesn’t mean vaccines don’t work.
The Cop Who Killed Breonna Taylor Is Finally Getting Fired
Nine months after the deadly raid on Taylor's apartment, the Louisville Metro Police Department plans to fire the officer who fired the fatal shot.
How Do You Campaign During a Pandemic? By Playing Guitar Badly and Cooking on Facebook Live.
Coronavirus has upended traditional campaigning. Candidates have no choice but to go online.
Barr doesn’t have a problem with Trump praising Manafort for not “flipping”
"Discouraging flipping, in that sense, is not obstruction.”
A Coast Guard lieutenant who allegedly wanted to start a “race war” will be released from jail
He was allegedly plotting to kill Democrats, Supreme Court justices, and "almost every last person on Earth."
The Supreme Court fight over this rare frog could change the fate of all endangered species
The dusky gopher frog is on the brink of extinction, and protecting timber land is its best chance at survival.
Gina Haspel confirmed as CIA director
Trump's controversial pick secured more than enough votes in the Senate.
Bot or not: Can you tell which memes came straight from Russian trolls?
These Russian Facebook ads and good, old American memes look mighty similar.
Trump finally found someone to hold his hand
"He’s a great guy — smart, strong, he loves holding my hand," Trump's said of Macron.
The Supreme Court could make it easier for Trump to fire Mueller
Rod Rosenstein's next-in-line is asking the Supreme Court to make a ruling that would make it easier to fire a judge — or the special counsel.
How to watch Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testify in front of Congress
Here's what you need to know about Day 2 of the Facebook CEO's testimony.