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One of the defendants told a Maryland judge that the men were just talking about "dreams of war glory and valor."
A Capitol Police strategy document predicted that it would be counterprotesters who would attempt to gain access at the U.S. Capitol.
Only New York and Rhode Island also have vaccine mandates for health care workers that lack religious exemptions.
The ruling could challenge the Biden administration's plan to curb carbon emissions right after a key White House proposal died in Congress.
The deal reached on Biden’s Build Back Better framework includes monetary penalties of up to $100,000 for employers who violate labor law.
It's the first ever coronavirus vaccine to be approved by the FDA for children under the age of 12.
Some U.S. bishops have said Biden, a devout Catholic, should be denied Communion due to his support of abortion rights.
Threats and suppression of local election officials are the flip side of voter suppression, and they're discouraging people from even wanting the job.
Attorneys for Hannah Gutierrez-Reed said she was "devastated" after Alec Baldwin fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins with a prop gun.
Doctors have said she can "undertake light, desk-based duties during this time," according to the palace.
A fuel shortage in Haiti, flooding in California and glacier preservation in Switzerland are featured in some of this week's most memorable images.
The island nation’s first case arrived via airplane from New Zealand.
The Illinois Republican used his announcement to denounce "leaders that don't lead."
The rapper, whose real name is Willie Maxwell, was arrested Thursday at Citi Field in New York City.
The former Maricopa County sheriff has faced thousands of lawsuits over controversies such as jail deaths and immigration raids.
Boston Medical Center's Dr. Tony Tannoury was reprimanded for “conduct that undermines the public confidence."
The world's two most prominent Roman Catholics held highly personal discussions for about 75 minutes.
The Anti-Defamation League decried the "abject indisputable lie" of the "Patriot Purge" series.
The U.S. may pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to each child and parent who was separated under a Trump-era practice of splitting families at the border.
Former chief political correspondent Carl Cameron slammed the upcoming "Patriot Purge" as "really frightening" and "a betrayal to the audience."