The House Oversight Committee announced that the first impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden will be held Thursday.
"The toughest aspect has been the healing we're all experiencing as we walk our way towards a new and better life," the mom told Newsweek.
A bill aims to remove obstacles first-time homebuyers struggle to overcome. But is it the right course to help Americans achieve the dream of homeownership?
Medicaid expansion is set to begin on December 1, state Governor Roy Cooper announced.
Critics questioned whether Trump, who has faced four criminal indictments, is legally allowed to purchase a firearm.
The debate is set to air on Fox News in November following months of speculation and rivalry between the two governors.
The policy says that individuals within the diocese must "present and conduct themselves in a manner consistent with their God-given biological sex."
A Native American group claims in a new lawsuit that their cultural concerns have been ignored by the Washington Commanders.
Letitia James filed a civil suit against the Trump Organization for allegedly misrepresenting business assets to obtain favorable loans and tax benefits.
With playoff implications plentiful, here's a look around the college football landscape as the contenders start separating themselves from the pretenders.
"There's absolutely no evidence whatsover that Jews were gassed in the concentration camps," a candidate for the Roseville Area Schools board claimed.
The Department of Education sent out its second wave of emails last week alerting borrowers that their debt would be forgiven.
Members of Congress will still earn their paychecks in the event of a shutdown even as thousands of government workers are forced to stay home without pay.
The parasite can be contracted by eating contaminated produce and, in rare cases, is fatal.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. may not run against Biden in the Democratic primaries but could derail his reelection campaign later in the cycle.
The United States will establish diplomatic relations with the Cooks Islands and Niue, a move aimed at bolstering ties with partners in the Indo-Pacific.
Congress has less than one week to pass appropriations bills before the government shuts down, which would have an impact on many federal agencies.
This marks the first time that these quickly reproducing New Zealand mud snails have been found in Lake Tahoe.
Only 3 percent of Texas is free from drought, while more than 93 percent of California is free from drought.