What’s Next for Hunter Biden After Federal Gun Charge Conviction

What’s Next for Hunter Biden After Federal Gun Charge Conviction

Here’s what to look for when Hunter Biden's federal sentencing hearing is scheduled, and the resolution of other legal matters for President Joe Biden’s son:

One Dead, One in Custody, After Shooting on Atlanta-Area Commuter Bus

One Dead, One in Custody, After Shooting on Atlanta-Area Commuter Bus

One person died after being shot on a transit bus Tuesday in the Atlanta area, with a wild police chase of the bus resulting during afternoon rush hour.

Thousands of Drivers File Arbitration Claims Against Amazon for Unpaid Wages

Thousands of Drivers File Arbitration Claims Against Amazon for Unpaid Wages

The lawsuits allege Amazon’s classification of them as independent contractors instead of employees has led to unpaid wages and other financial losses.

Trump to Meet with House and Senate Republicans This Week

Trump to Meet with House and Senate Republicans This Week

House Republicans will meet privately with Donald Trump on Thursday, as the former president who is now the party’s presumptive nominee returns to Capitol Hill for the first time since Jan. 6, 2021.

Kite Surfer Rescued from California Beach After Spelling ‘HELP’ with Rocks

Kite Surfer Rescued from California Beach After Spelling ‘HELP’ with Rocks

The kite surfer got stuck Sunday on a narrow beach at the base of towering bluffs with the tide coming in, authorities said.

Officials Work to Bring Home Iowa Instructors Recovering After Stabbing Attack in China

Officials Work to Bring Home Iowa Instructors Recovering After Stabbing Attack in China

US officials worked Tuesday to bring home four injured instructors from Iowa’s Cornell College who were stabbed in the Chinese city of Jilin, where they were teaching.

Federal Watchdog Names UAW President Shawn Fain in Investigation Report

Federal Watchdog Names UAW President Shawn Fain in Investigation Report

United Auto Workers president Shawn Fain is under investigation by a court-appointed watchdog who has been reviewing the union in the aftermath of a bribery and embezzlement scandal several years ago.

Joey Chestnut Won't Compete in Annual July 4 Hot Dog Eating Contest Over Deal with Rival Brand

Joey Chestnut Won't Compete in Annual July 4 Hot Dog Eating Contest Over Deal with Rival Brand

Joey “Jaws” Chestnut, 40, has been competing since 2005 and hasn’t lost since 2015.

Pamela Smart Records Video Accepting Responsibility for Husband’s Killing

Pamela Smart Records Video Accepting Responsibility for Husband’s Killing

Pamela Smart of New Hampshire, who is serving life in prison for plotting with a teenage student to have her husband killed in 1990, is seeking a sentence reduction request.

Florida Ban on Transgender Care for Minors Thrown Out by Federal Judge

Florida Ban on Transgender Care for Minors Thrown Out by Federal Judge

Senior Judge Robert Hinkle said the state went too far when it barred transgender minors from being prescribed puberty blockers and hormonal treatments with their parents’ permission.

Biden Administration Moves to Wipe Medical Debt Off Credit Reports

Biden Administration Moves to Wipe Medical Debt Off Credit Reports

The Biden administration announced on Tuesday it will be following through on plans to prevent medical debt from being included on credit scores.

US Lifts Ban on Sending Weapons to Ukraine's Azov Military Unit

US Lifts Ban on Sending Weapons to Ukraine's Azov Military Unit

United States has lifted a ban on providing weapons and training to a controversial Ukraine military unit that was key to the defense of Mariupol.

US Gas Prices Fall, Experts Point to Mild Demand

US Gas Prices Fall, Experts Point to Mild Demand

Gas prices are on the decline throughout the U.S. The national average for gas price on Monday was $3.44, according to AAA.

Four People Shot at Food Court in Downtown Atlanta, Mayor Says

Four People Shot at Food Court in Downtown Atlanta, Mayor Says

Four people were shot at a downtown Atlanta food court on Tuesday afternoon, including the initial shooter, the city’s mayor said.

Dozens Arrested in Pro-Palestinian Protests at UCLA

Dozens Arrested in Pro-Palestinian Protests at UCLA

Police thwarted attempts by pro-Palestinian demonstrators to establish a new encampment at UCLA.