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Expectant bald eagle parents Jackie and Shadow have braved wind, rain and snow to protect their three precious eggs.
The senator said Friday that “this wholesale slaughter” of Palestinians "makes my stomach turn" and urged the U.S. to stop funding it.
The New York Times/Siena College survey showed that 47% of respondents "strongly disapprove" of President Joe Biden's handling of his job.
A judge temporarily blocked state Attorney General Ken Paxton from forcing an LGBTQ+ advocacy group to hand over info on transgender children.
“I’ll go again given the opportunity,” Michael Sparks, 46, texted his mom a day after the attack. He was convicted of all six charges, including two felonies.
A powerful snowstorm is creating "high to extreme avalanche danger" in the Sierra Nevada.
The Oregon Legislature has passed a bill that recriminalizes the possession of small amounts of drugs.
Iris Apfel, a textile expert, interior designer and fashion celebrity known for her eccentric style, has died.
The proposed change would make it easier for airlines to be penalized for damaging, breaking or mishandling passengers’ wheelchairs.
Paramedics Peter Cichuniec and Jeremy Cooper were convicted of criminally negligent homicide for administering the sedative blamed for killing McClain.