Triathlon and marathon swimming are to take place in the Seine, where it has been illegal to swim for more than a century.
As the first night of the Republican National Convention unfolded, Biden sat for a new televised interview, this time with ...
NPR's Deirdre Walsh and Ron Elving recap the convention's opening night, including the International Brotherhood of Teamsters president's closing speech focused on labor and economic inequality.
Sandra Doorley was determined to have attempted to "secure unwarranted privileges" for herself in relation to a highly ...
Judge Aileen Cannon cited how special counsel Jack Smith was appointed to investigate the former president's handling of ...
A federal judge appointed by former President Trump has dismissed the classified documents case against him after finding the prosecutor was unconstitutionally appointed.
Former race car driver and legendary team owner Michael Andretti wants to join the prestigious Formula 1 series. But F1 rejected his bid. And the U.S. Congress is questioning why.
NPR's Juana Summers talks with ESPN's Luis Miguel Echegaray about last night’s face off between Argentina and Colombia in the Copa America final.
The Penfield Board of Education announced announced Monday that it is appointing Tasha Potter as superintendent. Its official ...
China's Communist Party leaders holds a key meeting on Monday — an opportunity to chart a new economic course — but few observers expect big breakthroughs to boost the economy.
Republicans are gathered in Milwaukee for the party’s convention this week. The GOP has nominated Donald Trump as its presidential standard bearer for a third straight time.
On Day 1 of the Republican National Convention, former President Trump announces JD Vance as vice presidential nominee ...