Vice President Kamala Harris told thousands gathered for the 59th anniversary of the Bloody Sunday attacks on civil rights marchers in Selma, Alabama, that fundamental freedoms are under attack in America even today.
A major highway was closed and ski resorts were shut down Sunday as the effects of a powerful blizzard continued to cause problems across the Sierra Nevada, and forecasters warned that more heavy snow was on the way for Northern California.
In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, Americans were treated to a near-constant refrain from Democrats about widespread, indiscriminate killings of Black men by White police officers.
The Jesus we all need is neither a liar nor a lunatic, but precisely who he said he was and proved by his resurrection: He is our Lord, our savior and our king.
Could this be a home run for a baseball great in the Golden State?
Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy showed off his speed Saturday by setting an NFL scouting combine record time in the 40-yard dash.
House Republicans lauded conservative policy wins in the first of two spending packages to fund the government that was released on Saturday ahead of another deadline to prevent a partial government shutdown.
Senate Minority Whip John Thune of South Dakota was endorsed to become the chamber’s next Republican leader on Sunday by two of his colleagues.
For Cenk Uygur, the most disappointing thing about his long-shot bid for president has been the lack of support from civil liberties and immigrant rights groups, who have been unwilling to help him in his battle to get on state primary ballots.
Negotiators are pushing for a pause in the Hamas-Israel war before the Muslim holy month of Ramadan gets underway next week and U.S. officials are eager to see Hamas release hostages as part of a cease-fire agreement.