On Thursday, Judge William Griesbach of Wisconsin’s Eastern District issued a temporary restraining order suspending the debt relief program for producers of color.
On Thursday, Rep. Mike Nearman (R) became the first lawmaker to be kicked out of the Oregon House of Representatives.
Maria Fernanda Reyes, a California entrepreneur, was wrongly identified as a Univision reporter before asking Vice President Harris a question at a news conference in Mexico City.
On Wednesday, Seth Aaron Pendley pleaded guilty to planning to bomb Amazon facilities in an attempt to undermine the U.S. government.
Former Minnesota State Trooper Albert Kuehne pleaded guilty on Tuesday to texting himself nude images from a phone belonging to a woman he arrested.
Sherri Tenpenny, an Ohio doctor who opposes vaccines, falsely told state House members that the coronavirus vaccines could leave people "magnetized."
Joshua Hall, 21, posed as former president Donald Trump’s relatives on social media to fraudulently solicit donations that he spent on his personal expenses, federal prosecutors said.
Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper, 79, pleaded guilt to wire fraud and money laundering charges after prosecutors said she embezzled more than $835,000 from St. James Catholic School in Torrance, Calif.
White House reporters waiting for a flight to Europe at Dulles International Airport were told that cicadas had flown into the plane’s engine, causing mechanical problems that led to hours of delay.
Jessy R. Kurczewski, 37, allegedly stole nearly $300,000 from a friend and then staged a suicide scene after poisoning her with eyedrops.
Weeks after domestic violence allegations first surfaced, acting Boston mayor Kim Janey announced that White, a 32-year police veteran, had been fired from his position as the civilian leader of the agency.
The U.S. Coast Guard in Kodiak, Alaska, saved Hollie Spence and her two friends after winds and a current swept their pink flamingo raft into Monashka Bay.
Douglas Jensen, 41, who is charged with chasing Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman in a viral video on Jan. 6, now says he was "deceived" by QAnon into joining the insurrection.
Casey Garcia, 30, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and tampering with government records after she pretended to be her middle-school daughter at school.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), has sued Brooks and accused him of inciting violence at a Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” rally before the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Marcus Anthony Eriz, 24, and Wynne Lee, 23, were arrested in connection with the road-rage shooting death of Aiden Leos, 6, as his mother drove him to kindergarten in Southern California.
Jim Garrison, head of the American Legion post and organizer of the Memorial Day event, resigned after a "premeditated" move to "censor or suppress" a speech about Black history, according to the American Legion Department of Ohio.
Audrey Ann Southard, 52, used a flagpole to push a police officer into a statue during the Capitol riots, the FBI said.
Video of a fight last week at Seminole Middle School in Largo, Fla., showed several children tugging on the flag at either end, shouting at one another and shoving other students to the ground.
LGBT activists and Democrats criticized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) for vetoing $150,000 for a program that offered counseling to dozens of Pulse shooting survivors and family members.