Trump Wins South Carolina, Defeats Haley in Her Home State

Trump Wins South Carolina, Defeats Haley in Her Home State

Donald Trump won South Carolina’s Republican primary on Saturday, defeating Nikki Haley in her home state.

ATF Director Fears Americans Become Numb to Violence With Each Mass Shooting

ATF Director Fears Americans Become Numb to Violence With Each Mass Shooting

Steve Dettelbach, director of Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, worries that mass shootings ould make citizens numb to bloodshed and bring apathy.

SAG Awards Will Stream on Netflix. What to Know

SAG Awards Will Stream on Netflix. What to Know

The 30th Screen Actors Guild Awards will for the first time stream live on Netflix, beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern. The ceremony takes place at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in Los Angeles.

Vigil Held For Nonbinary Oklahoma Teenager Who Died Following Fight in School Restroom

Vigil Held For Nonbinary Oklahoma Teenager Who Died Following Fight in School Restroom

More than two dozen people gathered Friday at an Oklahoma church for a vigil for Nex Benedict, a nonbinary teenager who died following a fight at Owasso High School.

Trump Enters South Carolina Republican Primary Looking to Embarrass Haley in Her Home State

Trump Enters South Carolina Republican Primary Looking to Embarrass Haley in Her Home State

Donald Trump is looking to defeat Nikki Haley in the South Carolina primary, seeking his fourth straight primary state victory.

Former NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre Misspent Money of Gun Rights Group, Owes $4M, Jury Finds

Former NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre Misspent Money of Gun Rights Group, Owes $4M, Jury Finds

Wayne LaPierre, longtime head of  National Rifle Association, misspent millions of dollars of the organization’s money, a jury determined Friday.

EPA Will Allow Year-Round Sale of E15 Fuel in 8 Midwest States

EPA Will Allow Year-Round Sale of E15 Fuel in 8 Midwest States

Drivers in eight Midwest states will be able to fuel up with E15 gasoline-ethanol blends any time of year, starting in 2025, the EPA announced.

Border Patrol Releases Hundreds of Migrants at a San Diego Bus Stop After Aid Money Runs Out

Border Patrol Releases Hundreds of Migrants at a San Diego Bus Stop After Aid Money Runs Out

Hundreds of migrants were dropped off Friday at a San Diego bus stop instead of at a reception center because it ran out of local funding sooner than expected.

Two Children Drown in Northern California River

Two Children Drown in Northern California River

Two children were killed when a hillside collapsed along a river in Northern California.

Student Charged with Killing 2 at Colorado Campus had Previously Threatened Roommate

Student Charged with Killing 2 at Colorado Campus had Previously Threatened Roommate

A Colorado college student accused of murder allegedly threatened his roommate a month before, saying he would “kill him” if asked to take out the trash again, according to a court document.

Ex-FBI Source Accused of Lying About Bidens Set for Monday Hearing

Ex-FBI Source Accused of Lying About Bidens Set for Monday Hearing

A federal judge will consider Monday whether a former FBI informant charged with lying about a bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden’s family must remain behind bars pending trial.

Suspect in Custody After Nursing Student Found Dead on University of Georgia Campus

Suspect in Custody After Nursing Student Found Dead on University of Georgia Campus

Police say they’ve taken a suspect into custody after the killing of a nursing student whose body was found on the University of Georgia campus in Athens.

Teens Stole Nine Cars Worth $583,000 from Wisconsin Luxury Dealership, Police Say

Teens Stole Nine Cars Worth $583,000 from Wisconsin Luxury Dealership, Police Say

A group of teenagers believed to be from the Chicago area are suspects in an organized luxury car heist in Wisconsin.

Trump Says He Strongly Supports IVF After Alabama Court Ruling

Trump Says He Strongly Supports IVF After Alabama Court Ruling

Former President Donald Trump said Friday that he would 'strongly support the availability of IVF' and called on lawmakers in Alabama to preserve access to the treatment.

Fed Officials Caution Against Lowering Interest Rates too Soon or too Much

Fed Officials Caution Against Lowering Interest Rates too Soon or too Much

A number of Federal Reserve policymakers warned against cutting U.S. interest rates too soon or by too much in the wake of recent data showing inflation stayed unexpectedly high in January.