JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued a legal threat to school districts and local health agencies on Tuesday, demanding they scrap COVID-19 health orders following a judge’s ruling last month.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court study commission bought him a year of cover from progressive calls to expand the court.
Now Biden’s time is up, the court is considering a rollback on abortion and a...Read more
Viagra might help treat Alzheimer’s disease, according to researchers who have been using the impotence drug to study the effects it has on the brain.
Though more studies are needed, researchers in Cleveland found that ...Read more
As the Ohio Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments about whether statehouse maps unfairly favor Republicans, another lawsuit in federal court accuses mapmakers of disenfranchising Black voters.
The lawsuit accuses the ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The House and Senate are moving swiftly toward passing legislation introduced Tuesday that would limit Senate debate on debt limit legislation to 10 hours, creating a loophole in that chamber’s 60-vote ...Read more
BrightDrop, General Motors Co.'s electric delivery and logistics company, opened a dealership in Greater Los Angeles to further commercialize its EVs, the company said Tuesday.
This is the first dealership for the new ...Read more
The maker of Jeep SUVs and Ram pickup trucks said Tuesday it will partner with iPhone contract manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group to design purpose-built semiconductors to support Stellantis NV and other customers as ...Read more
Chicago drivers spent the equivalent of more than four days stuck in commute traffic this year — more time than drivers in any other major U.S. city, according to a new study.
When the size of the city is factored in, ...Read more
The Biden administration’s mandate for federal contractors’ employees to be vaccinated will be halted nationwide, amid a slew of challenges from states that say the president overstepped his authority in requiring the ...Read more
Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk lampooned the bill that would enact the rest of President Joe Biden's domestic agenda on Monday, saying: "Seriously, we shouldn't pass it."
That proposal includes a significant expansion in ...Read more
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a series of steps to defend Florida against rising sea levels Tuesday, even as he denounced the use of the term “global warming” as a “pretext to do a bunch of ...Read more
ATLANTA — When the second-ranking Republican in the Georgia House saw a proposal to ban “obscene” books from libraries, she dialed up state education officials to raise her objections. Two years later, Jan Jones is ...Read more
A teary Nick Cannon shared heartbreaking news with his talk show audience on Tuesday.
Cannon revealed his 5-month-old son, Zen, died Sunday following a battle with brain cancer.
The entertainer made the announcement on ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows will be the third Trump ally to be subject to a contempt of Congress charge from the Jan. 6 select panel if he refuses to show for a deposition Wednesday.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Florida’s surgeon general, the controversial doctor who has cast doubt on the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, is the star of a new public service announcement that touts “innovative ...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom, who wrote a book about his own struggle with dyslexia, intends to steer more money through the state budget toward screenings for the condition, as well as additional funding for ...Read more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin during a video conference Tuesday that invading Ukraine would result in stiff economic sanctions from the U.S. and several European allies.
The ...Read more
CHICAGO — Jussie Smollett has been a performer all his life, but it’s his role in a real-life drama that is about to come under review by a Cook County jury.
After nearly a week of testimony from 13 witnesses, ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Former Trump campaign chairman Steve Bannon is set to go on trial in July on criminal contempt charges over his refusal to cooperate with the congressional investigation into the U.S. Capitol riot, a judge ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday urged Congress to allocate an additional $3 billion for maternal healthcare and expand postpartum Medicaid coverage to one year as part of the proposed social safety ...Read more
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