A magnitude 4.6 earthquake struck Southern California late Friday night, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The shooting comes as the city in Western New York has been rocked by protests over Daniel Prude’s death,
Homes were destroyed Friday by an unrelenting wildfire that reached a Mojave Desert community and was still growing on several fronts after burning for nearly two weeks in mountains northeast of Los Angeles.
A spike of coronavirus cases in Utah that began after schools and colleges resumed classes reached a new peak Friday and led the state’s Republican governor to say again that he’s considering new measures to combat the spread of the virus.
Hawaii’s unemployment rate dropped significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic but was still tied for third-worst in the nation in August.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday.
U.S. health officials on Friday dropped a controversial piece of coronavirus guidance and said anyone who has been in close contact with an infected person should get tested.
The U.S. will ban the use of the Chinese app WeChat on Sunday, citing national security concerns.
The Mexican government said Thursday it caught a U.S. citizen trying to smuggling 13,000 rounds of ammunition at a border crossing in Nogales, across the border from Nogales Arizona.
California’s Sequoia National Park has been fully closed due to a nearby wildfire in the Sierra Nevada wilderness.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige said that starting Oct. 15, travelers arriving from out of state may bypass a 14-day quarantine requirement if they test negative for COVID-19.
Smoke from wildfires in the western United States is stretching across the planet. Residents thousands of miles away in the East are seeing unusually hazy skies and remarkable sunsets.
While universities have emerged as hot spots in nearly every state, many of the worst outbreaks have been scattered across the South and Midwest
In a private call with federal prosecutors across the country, Attorney General William Barr’s message was clear: aggressively go after demonstrators who cause violence.
Hurricane Sally’s storm surge and torrential rain inundated a stretch of the Gulf Coast on Wednesday, damaging parked cars and prompting many calls for evacuations.