"This was a brazen scheme of staggering proportions," said US Attorney Andrew M. Luger for the District of Minnesota.
President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency in the U.S. territory as 'life-threatening' floods expected
Luma, the company that operates power transmission and distribution, said bad weather had disrupted transmission lines, leading to “a blackout on all the
About 50 mainly Venezuelan migrants including a baby deposited unannounced at Naval Observatory in Washington
Meanwhile, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott claimed responsibility for sending buses of migrants to the U.S. Naval Observatory in Washington, D.C. Thursday morning
White House says South Carolina senator’s proposed bill ‘wildly out of step with what Americans believe’
Bed Bath & Beyond chief financial officer Gustavo Arnal and Gamestop Chairman Ryan Cohen were named in a class action lawsuit alleging a pump and dump scheme
The mother of a 24yo who died “unexpectedly” in Bali has spoken out about the “unbearable” situation ahead of her body being brought home to Australia.
Why companies are worried about quiet quitting.
A White House decision to cancel up to $10,000 (£8,500) in student loan debt is drawing mixed reactions across the US.
Administration’s plan, long-sought by advocates, will face legal hurdles and some political blowback ahead of midterm elections
A severe drought has exposed 113 million-year-old dinosaur tracks on a riverbed in central Texas.
Employees often don't understand why they need to come into work — especially when they arrive and wind up doing a lot of Zoom meetings, said Grau, who works with employers on best practices around remote work.
Longtime infectious-disease official became a household name during Covid-19 pandemic
Federal law requires pharmacies to determine that prescriptions have been issued for legitimate medical purposes before filling them.
The US disease control agency has announced an overhaul to strengthen its handling of public health emergencies
A human rights group has claimed that a US death row inmate endured “three hours of pain and suffering” during his botched execution.
The states have been told to develop plans to drastically reduce water use
Will rents continue to climb?