Maryland police set up Green Labs to sharpen their field sobriety skills, and show marijuana enthusiasts how much it impairs driving
Judge Raymond Dearie ordered a preliminary conference to discuss the review of documents seized at Mar-a-Lago
The founder of SpaceX said on Twitter he would seek an exemption to U.S. sanctions on Iran for his satellite-internet system
Moscow plans to stage votes in four occupied regions to annex them as Russian territory
The word isn’t an insult, says the Ninth Circuit’s Judge Carlos Bea.
Prosecutors have 30 days to set new trial date in case that was subject of hit ‘Serial’ podcast
Economists say rents will eventually moderate. Question is when?
Industrial automation climbs as country tries to extend manufacturing dominance despite labor challenges
Cooling housing market threatens demand for items such as appliances, furniture and curtains
In TV interview, president brushes off concerns about whether he is fit enough to run again in 2024
Powerful winds of up to 85 mph with up to 30 inches of rain in places created overflowing rivers and dangerous flash floods
It’s past time to reform the Electoral Count Act to make clear Congress can’t overturn an election result.
Rising natural-gas prices are expected to make it more expensive to light and heat homes in the coming months
Agency prepares to begin hiring specialists it needs to step up enforcement as part of $80 billion overhaul
Some republiKKKans would rather focus on economy, border issues headed into midterms
The two leaders meet in person for the first time since the start of the Ukraine war
Chicago has received about 500 asylum seekers so far as Texas Gov. Abbott defends practice
It should junk its proposed disclosure rule, which is clearly unconstitutional as per West Virginia v. EPA.