(WASHINGTON) -- After two days of Democratic infighting and drama, the fate of President Joe Biden's infrastructure agenda remained unclear Friday night after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had to repeatedly put off a vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill because progressive Democrats had vowed... Read More.
(BLOOMINGTON, Ill.) -- The family of Jelani Day, an Illinois grad student and aspiring doctor whose body was found floating in the Illinois River five days ago, is desperately searching for answers. Day's body was found on Sept. 4 and was identified by the LaSalle... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- An Air Force veteran who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for joining the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was sentenced Wednesday to 45 days in jail -- marking the first misdemeanor plea to lead to jail time for a Jan.... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate is poised to vote on a measure aimed at averting a government shutdown and raising the federal debt limit Monday evening, but Republicans have promised to block it. If Monday's vote fails, as it is expected to, Congress will be left... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- SpaceX's Inspiration4 mission may sound familiar, as another billionaire-backed space launch, but it's going where neither Richard Branson nor Jeff Bezos could -- into orbit. Branson's Virgin Galactic and Bezos' Blue Origin sent civilians into space on brief, suborbital flights that lasted... Read More.
Most actors have to grind away at day jobs to make ends meet before finding fame, and Shang-Chi star Simu Liu is no exception -- as proven by a host of stock photos one fan uncovered. Liu, who also appeared on the beloved comedy series Kim's Convenience before Marvel came calling,... Read More.
Starting today, the streaming service Shudder is getting a jump on the spooky season with its second annual "61 Days of Halloween" lineup. The subscription service, which caters to fans of horror movies and thrillers, announced a massive slate of both new and classic content... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The State Department announced Friday that it had made contact with 500 U.S. citizens who still needed to be evacuated from Afghanistan. Among them was the wife and children of Hewad, a U.S. citizen living in California. “I'm worried. I'm worried about my family... Read More.