The bill — which would crack down on unsolicited mail-ballot applications and voter assistance and grant new powers to partisan poll watchers — passed 78-64 Friday afternoon after heated debate.

The Oregon Health Authority said at least 74 people associated with Peoples Church have tested positive for covid-19 — one of the state’s largest workplace outbreaks.

Pfizer and BioNTech, which have distributed more than 170 million doses of their coronavirus vaccine under an emergency authorization, asked the Food and Drug Administration for full approval for the drug.

Cinda Mickols arrived at her house in Tehachapi, Calif., to find that an unusually large flock of the endangered condors had pooped all over her deck.

At at a hearing Thursday, Anthony Antonio’s attorney said he spent six months watching Fox News, which contributed to his decision to participate in the insurrection.

The case stems from allegations that former president Donald Trump ordered his personal lawyer at the time, Michael Cohen, to make a hush-money payment to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels.

Caitlyn Jenner’s attempt to court social conservatives in her recall-election campaign for California governor has sometimes put her in a tenuous spot, particularly as one of the most visible transgender women in the U.S.

Joseph Mount faces five federal charges and is accused of lying to park officials, illegally doing business in the park and violating coronavirus restrictions and permit rules.

Just shy of a year since Suzanne Morphew's disappearance, Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday announced murder charges against her husband, Barry Morphew.

Robert Lee Petrosh faces federal charges in connection with the Capitol riots after a grandmother talking with a friend heard a tip about his participation, leading a relative to tip off the FBI.

San Francisco police said Patrick Thompson, 54, was arrested in the attack, which sent both victims to the hospital.

Santiago Solans Portillo had traveled to Miami to get vaccinated, but likely exposed more than 200 people to the virus on his flight back to Buenos Aires.

Republican candidate John Cox brought a bear named Tag on his campaign tour in a bid to unseat Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in a recall election.

Amy Carlson, 45, led a Colorado group called "Love Has Won," which some authorities and former members have described as a cult.

The Internet was baffled by a photo that appeared to show President Biden and first lady Jill Biden towering over former president Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter.

Timothy Nielsen, 57, was charged with four counts of attempted murder for allegedly driving into a crowd over the weekend, the Chicago Police Department said.

Bruce Bartman registered his deceased mother and mother-in-law to vote and cast an absentee ballot voting for Trump on behalf of his mother.

A search effort was suspended Monday, authorities said, after a 40-foot vessel carrying about 30 people capsized off San Diego, killing at least three.

Félix Verdejo punched Keishla Rodríguez, injected her with an unknown substance and later threw her body off a bridge, the FBI said.

Jordan Burnette, 29, faces multiple hate-crime charges in connection with acts of vandalism at synagogues around the Riverdale neighborhood.

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