Storms strike Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana; 7 reported dead
Meteorologists are urging people to be ready for dangerous weather Friday in parts of the Midwest and South.
Video Shows Officers 'Arrest' Alligator Walking Near Tampa Bay Stadium
A 9-foot alligator Wednesday night ambling down a street not far from Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
NY Patient’s Ambulance Joyride Ends After Police Spike Tires
A patient stole the ambulance that had taken him to a New York City hospital and drove it on a joyride that ended 25 miles away after troopers used a spike strip to stop him, authorities said.
Child Missing After Migrant Bodies Found Near US-Canada Border
Authorities in the Mohawk Territory of Akwesasne said Friday a child is missing after the bodies of six other migrants were recovered from a river along the Canadian-U.S. border.
Chocolate Factory Explosion Survivor Tells Her Story of Waiting For Rescue
A woman pulled alive from the rubble of a Pennsylvania chocolate factory says her arm caught fire as flames engulfed the building. Then she fell through the floor into a vat of liquid chocolate.
Trump Likely to Be Arraigned Tuesday to Face Hush Money Indictment
Former President Donald Trump will be arraigned Tuesday after his indictment in New York City, court officials said Friday.
Owners of big cat refuge from 'Tiger King' selling property
The owners of a Florida-based sanctuary made famous by the Netflix docuseries, “Tiger King,” say they plan to move most of their big cats to an Arkansas refuge and eventually sell their 67-acre (27-hectare) property.
Biden Urges Release of US Journalist Detained in Russia
President Joe Biden on Friday urged Russia to release Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich, who was arrested on espionage charges — allegations the newspaper denies.
Federal Judge Blocks Obamacare's Preventive Care Mandate
The case was brought by a conservative activist and a Christian dentist who opposed mandatory coverage for contraception and HIV prevention on religious grounds.
Donald Trump has been indicted. Here's what happens next
Every day, hundreds of people are taken into law enforcement custody in New York City.
Biden Visits Mississippi Town in Wake of Deadly Tornado
President Joe Biden on Friday is visiting a Mississippi town ravaged by a deadly tornado.
Gwyneth Paltrow won her ski trial. Here's how it played out
Gwyneth Paltrow’s live-streamed trial over a 2016 ski collision at a posh Utah resort has drawn worldwide attention, spawned memes, and sparked debate about the burden and power of celebrity.
Biden Calls for Restoration of Tougher Bank Rules
The policies used to be law but were rolled back by Congress during the Trump administration.
DOJ Sues Norfolk Southern Over Ohio Train Derailment
The federal government filed a lawsuit against railroad Norfolk Southern over environmental damage caused by a train derailment on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border.
North Dakota Pronoun Bill Vetoed
The House, which will convene Friday, must still vote on the override.