Iowa Apartment Collapse Rescue Moves Past Search Into Recovery
An Iowa task force has completed its search for survivors at the site of a partially collapsed Davenport apartment building, authorities said Friday.
Honeybee Hives Cultivated at Federal Facilities Across the Country
A honeybee hive habitat research effort called Pollinator Initiative is setting up bee hives at courthouses and federal sites across the country.
Biden Speaks On Debt Ceiling Deal, Expected to Sign Bill Saturday
President Joe Biden is expected to sign legislation on Saturday to raise the federal debt ceiling, mere days before the U.S. Treasury warned the country would struggle to pay its bills.
Retired Police Officer Involved in 1966 Miranda Rights Court Ruling Has Died
Retired Phoenix Police Capt. Carroll Cooley, the arresting officer in the landmark case partially responsible for the Supreme Court's Miranda rights ruling, has died, the department announced.
Bug in Chase Online Banking Causes Double Transactions, Fees
Customers of Chase's online banking services encountered double transactions, fees and/or payments in their accounts.
3 Companies Reach $1.18B Deal in Water Contamination Case
Three chemical companies said Friday they had reached a $1.18 billion deal to resolve complaints of polluting many U.S. drinking water systems with potentially harmful compounds known as PFAS.
Records Shed Light on Jeffrey Epstein's Final Days
Nearly four years after Jeffrey Epstein's death, thousands of pages of records are shedding light on the financier’s time behind bars and a frantic response by corrections officials to his death.
Tropical Storm Arlene, 1st of 2023 Season, Forms in Gulf of Mexico
Tropical Storm Arlene, the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, formed Friday in the Gulf of Mexico.
Oath Keepers Member Moerschel Sentenced to 3 Years
A Florida man who stormed the U.S. Capitol with other members of Oath Keepers was sentenced Friday to three years in prison for seditious conspiracy and other charges, the latest in a string of sentences in the Jan. 6. 2021 attack.
Judge Removes Himself From Disney-DeSantis Case
A federal judge overseeing the First Amendment lawsuit that Walt Disney Parks filed against Gov. Ron DeSantis and others is disqualifying himself.
Biden to Address Budget, Debt Agreement from Oval Office
President Joe Biden planned to discuss the recently passed budget deal Friday night in a speech to the nation.
White House Wants to Engage Russia on Nuclear Arms Control
The Biden administration is ready to talk to Russia without conditions about a future nuclear arms control framework.
Justice Department: Pence Won’t Face Charges Over Classified Documents
The Department of Justice has informed former Vice President Mike Pence's legal team that it will not pursue criminal charges related to the discovery of classified documents at his Indiana home.
After Week of Wildfire, Rain on Canada's Atlantic Coast Could Bring Relief
Rain on Friday and a forecast for more precipitation this weekend have fire officials hopeful they can get the in Nova Scotia under control.
Stock Market Pulse: Wall Street Rallies, Following Strong Jobs Report
Stocks are rallying after a strong report on the U.S. jobs market helped to ease Wall Street’s worries about a possible recession.