Garland weighs racial equity as he considers death penalty in Buffalo
Capital punishment is immoral, advocates say, and disproportionately affects minorities. Should it be levied against a white supremacist who massacred Black people in Buffalo?
Russia-Ukraine war live updates: Ukraine unveils $750 billion recovery plan as Russia sets sights on Donetsk
The loss of Lysychansk means Russia has seized essentially all of Luhansk province and can move its sights toward neighboring Donetsk.
Clifford Alexander Jr., first Black secretary of Army, dies at 88
The Harlem-raised, Ivy League-educated lawyer spent his career seeking to shatter racial boundaries with statesmanlike calm.
Judge asks U.S. if Saudi crown prince should be immune from suit
The order comes days before Biden is scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia, a trip that has prompted accusations of Biden reversing his promise to make the country a "pariah" after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Multiple criminal referrals of Trump possible, Cheney says
“What kind of man knows that a mob is armed and sends the mob to attack the Capitol and further incites that mob when his own vice president is under threat?" Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) said on ABC's "This Week."
U.S. wrestles with Russian, Iranian provocations in the Middle East
The Biden administration is presiding over a unique moment, as familiar threats like those posed by Iran have been overshadowed by Russia’s aggressive posture toward Europe and China’s quest for regional dominance in the Pacific.
Supreme Court marshal presses Md., Va. leaders to stop home protests
The marshal asked the Maryland and Virginia governors, as well as the leaders of Montgomery and Fairfax counties, to put down the ongoing protests.
Kyiv disputes Russia’s claim that it has ‘completely surrounded’ Lysychansk
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky decried “purposeful Russian terror" after missile strikes killed at least 21 people near the Black Sea port of Odessa.
As Ukraine war bogs down, U.S. assessments face scrutiny
Officials in previous conflicts often eluded concerns whether success was sustainable.
Navy pursues accountability for fuel spill that poisoned drinking water
The incident sickened thousands of military family members and forced many more from their homes at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Kyiv says at least 21 dead in strike near city of Odessa
The attack on a resort town near the port of Odessa hit a high-rise apartment building and a recreation center, Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs said, and at least one child was among the dead.
More than 20 dead in Odessa strikes, Kyiv says
American WNBA star Brittney Griner is standing trial in Moscow, but experts on Russia’s legal system expect the proceedings will be a show trial.
Justice Dept. subpoenas two Arizona state senators in Jan. 6 probe
Senate President Karen Fann (R) and state Sen. Kelly Townsend (R) received subpoenas last week, according to a spokeswoman.
‘Take me up to the Capitol now’: How close Trump came to joining rioters
Trump’s demands to lead a march to Capitol Hill sheds new light on his mindset as the siege began.
He threatened to kill Joe Biden. His family says he’s a casualty of war.
A veteran with severe PTSD is charged with threatening President Biden. Caught in the federal justice system, is Scott Merryman beyond help?
Ukraine scatters arsenal to protect weapons from Russian strikes
The Ukrainian military is dispersing its weapons across an array of warehouses in an effort to lessen the impact of any one Russian strike.
Biden pledges $800 million in new weapons for Ukraine, says U.S. gas prices will remain high
Russia says its forces have withdrawn from Snake Island, a highly contested island in the Black Sea that Russia occupied soon after its February invasion.
Migrant smuggler didn’t realize trailer’s AC unit failed, complaint says
Homero Zamorano, Jr., 45, appeared in federal court in San Antonio Thursday for the first time since the grisly discovery of the bodies.
How Trump World pressures witnesses to deny his possible wrongdoing
Trump and his allies shower potential witnesses with private flattery whille publicly blasting those who dare cross him.