The guilty plea and sentencing come in one of the first cases brought by a federal task force devoted to protecting elections workers
Jack Phillips, who won a partial Supreme Court victory on religious grounds, is now challenging Colorado’s anti-discrimination ruling
Secretary Deb Haaland, the first Native American to lead a Cabinet agency, made the announcement during a solemn ceremony at the historical site
The man went into his backyard after hearing a noise and encountered the bear, which threw him to the ground
Monday was the first day the high court is hearing arguments after taking a summer break.
Dorrell, 58, was brought in as a replacement when Mel Tucker bolted for Michigan State out of the blue in February 2020
Nelson, 49, fell off the 8,163-meter summit of the world’s eighth-highest mountain, Mount Manaslu, last week while skiing down with her partner, Jim Morrison
The Fish and Wildlife Service program announced Thursday is meant to encourage companies to work with officials to minimize harm to golden and bald eagles.
Robert Dear will not be forcibly medicated as he appeals a federal judge’s order allowing the involuntary treatment
Yareni Rios-Gonzalez, of Greeley, is recovering at home with nine broken ribs, a broken arm, a fractured sternum and numerous other injuries to her head and back