For Ukrainian and Russian military planners, the clock is ticking, with the approach of winter expected to make fighting more complicated.
Gov. DeSantis had initially issued the emergency order for two dozen counties, but expanded the warning to the entire state, urging residents to prepare for a storm that could lash large swaths of Florida.
Court documents in the case paint a picture of a group so determined to overturn Joe Biden’s victory that some members were prepared to lose their lives to do so.
Stocks fell sharply worldwide Friday on worries an already slowing global economy could fall into recession as central banks raise the pressure with additional interest rate hikes.
Jet fuel prices have been dropping dramatically since May, so Americans preparing for holiday travel should expect lower airfares, right? Don’t get your hopes up.
The international manhunt for Leonard Glenn Francis ended with his arrest by Venezuelan authorities Tuesday morning at the Caracas airport.
The ruling from a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit amounts to an overwhelming victory for the Justice Department.
Tudor Chirila, 77, said he was unlawfully arrested at a Reno hospital after police forced him to provide a DNA sample related to a Honolulu murder.
The Fed’s move boosted its benchmark short-term rate, which affects many consumer and business loans, to a range of 3% to 3.25%, the highest level since early 2008.
Attorney General Letitia James’ lawsuit is the culmination of the Democrat’s three-year civil investigation of Trump and the Trump Organization.
“This $250 million is the floor,” Andy Luger, the U.S. attorney for Minnesota, said at a news conference. “Our investigation continues.”
Raymond Dearie will be responsible for sifting through the thousands of documents recovered during the Aug. 8 FBI search.
Hurricane Fiona left at least one dead and millions without power in Puerto Rico, Gov. Pedro Pierluisi said Monday afternoon, warning that the storm, which poured more than 30 inches of rain in some areas, will continue to soak the island the rest of the day.
In a country known for pomp and pageantry, the first state funeral since Winston Churchill’s was filled with spectacle.
The document first appeared on the court’s docket late Monday afternoon and was marked as a “MOTION to Intervene by U.S. Department of the Treasury.”