The administration hopes the new investment will yield tools that will help surgeons avoid healthy nerves and blood vessels, while ensuring they can remove all cancerous cells.
A former Air Force intelligence officer has testified to Congress that the U.S. is hiding a longstanding program that retrieves and reverse engineers unidentified flying objects.
Rudy Giuliani says he made false statements claiming two Georgia election workers committed ballot fraud during the 2020 presidential race, but says the statements were protected by the First Amendment.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell briefly left his own press conference Wednesday after stopping his remarks mid-sentence and staring off into space for several seconds.
Sinéad O’Connor, the Irish singer-songwriter who became a superstar in her mid-20s but was known as much for her private struggles and provocative actions as for her music, has died at 56.
President Joe Biden’s son Hunter pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two tax crimes after a deal with federal prosecutors unraveled during a court hearing following the judge’s concerns over the agreement.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia) have introduced a bill they hope will help shape the future of college sports.
Emmett Till, the Black teenager whose abduction, torture and killing in Mississippi in 1955 helped propel the Civil Rights Movement, is now an American story, not just a civil rights story, said Till’s cousin.
UPS reaches tentative contract with 340,000 unionized workers, potentially dodging calamitous strike
UPS has reached a tentative contract agreement with its 340,000-person strong union, potentially averting a strike that threatened to disrupt logistics nationwide for businesses and households alike.
The Biden administration on Tuesday announced new rules meant to push insurance companies to increase their coverage of mental health treatments.