Some members of Congress are proposing legislation to make government shutdowns more painful — for Congress.
The family of a man who died after driving his car off a collapsed bridge in North Carolina while allegedly following directions using Google Maps is suing the company.
The government could shut down in October. Here’s what that means and who would be affected.
Apple’s newest software update brings several new features to iPhones, including Standby mode and live voicemail transcribing.
The three Georgia politicians are accused of being so-called “fake” electors.
Under federal sentencing guidelines, Ray Epps will face between zero and six months in prison after pleading guilty to one count of disorderly conduct.
UAW leaders point to large increase in CEO salaries as proof Detroit’s Big Three can afford to pay workers more.
Until nearly the end of what was a “nail-biting competition,” Simone Biles was in third place, according to USA Gymnastics.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville is blocking hundreds of military promotions and confirmations.
Teo Boon Ching, known as the “Godfather,” sold a dozen black rhino and white rhino horns to a U.S. government confidential source, federal prosecutors said.