Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on cannabis edibles Thursday at their middle school in the San Fernando Valley.
Two Republicans on Cochise County's three-member board of supervisors waited weeks to certify the election even though they did not cite any problems with the election results.
Shares have advanced in Asia after a rally on Wall Street spurred by the chair of the Federal Reserve's comments on easing the pace of interest rate hikes to tame inflation.
The Prince and Princess of Wales got a first-hand look at some groundbreaking innovations during a visit to a green technology startup incubator in suburban Boston.
Mortgage rates also declined.
The Supreme Court on Thursday said the Biden administration program to cancel student loans will remain blocked for now.
The nation’s new 988 hotline, intended to help anyone experiencing a mental health emergency, has been out of service for several hours Thursday.
Snowballing accounts of cheerleaders' alleged abuse have led to increased scrutiny around the sport.
The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis launched its investigation of the firms in May 2021.
Police allege Austin Lee Edwards, 28, left with the teenager Friday.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, who is serving his fifth term representing New York’s eighth Congressional district, was voted in as the next House Minority Leader.
The 12-inch treats will be available at a pop-up location called "Cookieway."
Yale University is accused in a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday of discriminating against students with mental health disabilities.
GivingTuesday raised a record $3.1 billion in 24 hours for charitable causes in the U.S. earlier this week.
The move comes after France’s culture ministry warned of a “continuous decline” in the number of traditional bakeries, with some 400 closing every year over the past half-century.