Trump Loses Appeal, Must Testify In New York Civil Probe
A state appeals court has ruled former President Donald Trump must answer questions under oath in New York state’s civil investigation into his business practices.
Astronomers Capture 1st Image of Milky Way’s Huge Black Hole
Astronomers have unveiled the first wild but fuzzy image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our own Milky Way galaxy.
Supreme Court Tackling Case about Praying Football Coach
Bremerton High School coach Joseph Kennedy's lawyers say the Constitution's freedom of speech and freedom of religion guarantees allow him to pray on the field.
Biden Vows to Check Russian Aggression, Fight Inflation
President Joe Biden has vowed in his first State of the Union address to check Russian aggression in Ukraine, tame soaring U.S. inflation and deal with coronavirus.
Biden in State of the Union: Dictators Must ‘Pay a Price’
In advance excerpts from his State of the Union speech President Joe Biden says dictators such as Russian President Vladimir Putin must "pay a price."
Upstate DA Declines To Pursue Case Against Andrew Cuomo
An upstate New York district attorney says he will not bring criminal charges against Andrew Cuomo over sexual harassment claim.
UK Government Holds Breath as it Awaits ‘Partygate’ Report
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is bracing for the conclusions of an investigation into allegations of lockdown-breaching parties.
Ukraine Urges Calm, Saying Russian Invasion not Imminent
Ukraine's leaders are seeking to reassure the nation that a feared invasion from neighboring Russia is not imminent.
US Orders 8,500 Troops on Heightened Alert Amid Russia Worry
The Pentagon says Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has ordered about 8,500 U.S. troops on alert, preparing for deployment in the face of Russian activity near Ukraine.