Hunter Biden Pleads Not Guilty to Three Federal Gun Charges Filed After His Plea Deal Collapse
Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to three federal firearms charges that emerged after his earlier deal imploded, setting the case on a track toward a possible trial in 2024.
Gaetz Says He Will Seek to Oust McCarthy as Speaker This Week, McCarthy Says ‘Bring It On’
The growing feud between Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is expected to come to a head on Monday, when Gaetz files a motion to vacate the chair.
Disney Sues DeSantis, Calling Florida’s Park Takeover ‘Retaliation’
Disney is suing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, alleging Wednesday that the governor waged a “targeted campaign of government retaliation.”
3 Children, 3 Adults Killed During Shooting at Nashville Private School
Authorities say a shooting at a private Christian grade school in Nashville left several people wounded.
Alex Murdaugh Gets Life in Prison in Murder of Wife, Son
A judge has sentenced South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh to life in prison a day after he was convicted of murder in the shooting deaths of his wife and son.
Benedict XVI, Reluctant Pope Who Chose to Retire, Dies at 95
In 2013, Benedict announced that he would become the first pope in 600 years to resign.
3 Men Convicted of Supporting Plot to Kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer
It’s a victory for state prosecutors after months of mixed results in the main case in federal court.
Jan. 6 Panel Issues Subpoena To Trump, Demanding He Testify
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has issued a subpoena to former president Donald Trump.