TRUMP HOME SEARCH: JUDGE DECIDING ON UNSEALING THE WARRANT

A federal judge was to decide as soon as Friday whether to grant the Department of Justice's request to unseal the warrant that authorized...

GOP SPENDS BIG IN STATE-LEVEL EFFORT TO CHANGE CONSTITUTION

The fliers piled up in mailboxes in central South Dakota like snow during a high-plains blizzard: "Transgender Sex Education in Schools?"...

 
 
 

PARAGUAY VICE PRESIDENT TO QUIT AFTER US ALLEGES CORRUPTION

Paraguay Vice President Hugo Velázquez Moreno said Friday he will resign next week shortly after he was included on a U.S. corruption...

INDIA TO MISS RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL, OFFICIALS, EXPERTS SAY

India will miss its renewable energy target for the end of the year, with experts saying "multiple challenges" including a lack of...

 
 
 

MINNESOTA REGULATORS CUT $60M FROM STORM RESPONSE COSTS

Minnesota regulators have blocked the state's natural gas providers from passing along $60 million in costs they incurred responding...

DEMS NEAR CONGRESSIONAL PASSAGE OF CLIMATE, HEALTH PACKAGE

Democrats pushed their flagship climate change and health care bill toward House passage Friday, placing President Joe Biden on the...

 
 
 

TRUMP CALLS FOR 'IMMEDIATE RELEASE' OF MAR-A-LAGO WARRANT

Former President Donald Trump has called for the "immediate" release of the federal warrant the FBI used to search his Florida estate,...

ASIAN SHARES MIXED AFTER NEW SIGNS OF COOLING INFLATION

Shares were mixed Friday in Asia after a muddled day on Wall Street, where benchmarks meandered following another encouraging report...

 
 
 

TRUMP CALLS FOR 'IMMEDIATE' RELEASE OF MAR-A-LAGO WARRANT

Former President Donald Trump called late Thursday for the "immediate" release of the federal warrant the FBI used to search his Florida...

POLICE: MARSHAWN LYNCH WAS ASLEEP, CAR DAMAGED BEFORE ARREST

Former NFL running back Marshawn Lynch was asleep and smelled of alcohol when Las Vegas police found him in his damaged sports car...

 
 
 

FEDERAL JUDGE BLASTS 3M IN HANDLING OF MILITARY EARPLUG LITIGATION

GOV. TIM WALZ, SCOTT JENSEN TURN UP THE VOLUME ON PUBLIC SAFETY PITCH TO VOTERS

 
 
 

GOVERNOR SAYS FEMA DENYING TOO MANY REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE

Gov. Andy Beshear complained Thursday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency is denying too many requests for assistance in flood-ravaged...

CUOMO: TAXPAYERS SHOULD PAY SEXUAL HARASSMENT LEGAL BILLS

Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants taxpayers to foot his legal bills as he defends himself against a workplace sexual harassment...

 
 
 

MINNESOTA LEGISLATIVE BATTLES SHAPE UP AFTER TUESDAY'S PRIMARY

BIG CLIMATE BILL: MAJOR NEW SPENDING TO SPUR GREEN ENERGY

After decades of inaction in the face of escalating natural disasters and sustained global warming, Congress hopes to make clean energy...

 
 
 

STOCKS CLOSE MIXED AFTER NEW SIGNS OF COOLING INFLATION

An afternoon pullback left stock indexes on Wall Street with a mixed finish Thursday, erasing most of their gains from a morning rally...

JUDGE SENDS WISCONSIN MAN TO INSTITUTION IN HATE CRIME CRASH

A Wisconsin judge committed a man accused of targeting a motorcyclist in a fatal crash because of the victim's race to life in a mental...

 
 
 

UNSEAL WARRANT FOR MAR-A-LAGO SEARCH, AG GARLAND ASKS

The Justice Department is asking a federal court to unseal the warrant the FBI used to search the Mar-a-Lago estate of former President...

MINNESOTA CONSUMERS WILL PAY $600M IN EXTRA COSTS FROM FEBRUARY 2021 STORM

 
 
 



Polio detected in New York City's sewage, suggesting the virus is...

Polio detected in New York City's sewage, suggesting the virus is circulating there

The presence of the polio virus in New York City's wastewater suggests likely local circulation of the virus, city and state health officials said. Read more ...

Salman Rushdie stabbed during appearance in New York

Salman Rushdie stabbed during appearance in New York

“The Satanic Verses” novelist was on stage at the Chautauqua Institution when he was suddenly attacked, video from the event shows. Read more ...

Disabled vehicles are causing delays along I-71/75 near Fort Wright

Disabled vehicles are causing delays along I-71/75 near Fort Wright

Traffic cameras are showing multiple vehicles off on the right shoulder of the interstate near Fort Wright, Friday morning. Read more ...

Grimes man who used 'spy camera' on underage girls sentenced to federal prison

Grimes man who used 'spy camera' on underage girls sentenced to federal prison

Police also found several videos of Duncan sitting in his car in Des Moines area parking lots while he recorded underage girls walking nearby who were not aware of his presence. Read more ...

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on lecture stage in New York

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on lecture stage in New York

Salman Rushdie's book "The Satanic Verses" has been banned in Iran since 1988, as many Muslims consider it to be blasphemous. Read more ...

It Was Less Affordable To Buy A Home In June Than It's Been In 33 Years

Housing affordability hit its worst level since 1989 in June, according to the National Association of Realtors' housing affordability index. Read more ...

Hundreds Of Americans Are Still Dying Of Covid Every Day-Higher Than At...

The CDC eased Covid curbs this week after saying vaccines and treatments had slashed the risk of serious Covid-19 for Americans. Read more ...

Hate the new Gmail redesign? Here's how to change it back to the original view

The old Gmail design hasn't gone away just yet. Jarretera/Shutterstock The Gmail redesign features new icons and a collapsible app toolbar. If you don't like the Gmail... Read more ...

American Consumers Feeling More Confident, Data Shows

The Index of Consumer Sentiment, compiled monthly by researchers at the University of Michigan, is down 21.6% since August 2021, but has risen 7% in the last month, according... Read more ...

Illegal pool with 60 tons of water discovered on rooftop in New York City

"Please don't try to build a rooftop swimming pool without first getting permits." There was a good reason New York City officials sent out this message to residents. Read more ...