Overnight protests in the city of Philadelphia, prompted after a Philadelphia police shot and killed a black man waving a knife toward them, left some 30 officers injured, authorities said on Tuesday. The fatal shooting of Walter
Keith Raniere, who ran a cult-like group that kept women as virtual sex prisoners in upstate New York, was sentenced to 120 years in prison on Tuesday. Raniere was convicted on federal sex trafficking, racketeering and possession
More than 60,000 residents of Irvine, Calif. were evacuated on Monday after the quick-burning Silverado Fire in Orange County scorched 2,000 acres. Nearly 500 firefighters were working on the blaze according to the Orange County Fire Authority.
The Senate confirmed Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Monday, solidifying the conservative majority on the court. Barrett was sworn in shortly after her confirmation by the Senate by Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence
U.S. stocks dropped on Wall Street Monday, losing 650 points in their worst day since early September. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the day down 650.19 points, or 2.29%, for its worst day since Sept. 3
According to numbers released Tuesday by the NFL and NFL Players Association, the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the NFL stayed even from the previous week. Testing for Oct. 18-24 resulted in 19 new cases, including
Arizona Cardinals starting running back Kenyan Drake is expected to miss multiple games because of an ankle injury. League sources said on Monday that Drake will miss a few weeks due to a slight tear in a
Odell Beckham Jr’s season with the Cleveland Browns ended prematurely aft4er the star wide receiver suffered a torn left knee ligament during Sunday’s 37-34 win at Cincinnati. Beckham got hurt when his left leg buckled while he