Members of the House passed legislation aimed at preventing a railroad strike, which could have devastating economic consequences. But the effort faces hurdles.
The U.S. and the European Union are taking aim again at Russia's oil profits, which it uses to fund the war in Ukraine. New rules start next week.
Christine McVie died Wednesday at age 79. She wrote some of the band's most popular songs including: "Don't Stop" and "You Make Loving Fun."
Taiwan's semiconductor industry has become a global powerhouse, in part, because of its closeness to both China and the U.S. But now Taiwan may have to choose sides.
The attacked happened in an off-campus house. Police have not yet identified a suspect and that has cast a shadow over the campus.
The West will impose more sanctions on Russian oil to defund its war in Ukraine. FTX founder ignores legal advice and takes questions. France's president will be Biden's first guest at a state dinner.
Kevin Butler tossed a napkin into the trash and later took it to a transfer station. In the napkin were his wife's wedding rings. He and the transfer station crew were able to locate the trash bag.
After a rough time dog fighting, Van Gogh had his ear surgically removed. Folks at the Happily Furever After Rescue told The Washington Post they used peanut butter to entice Van Gogh to paint.
Lawmakers in Congress passed big incentives for electric vehicles this year, but only for cars that are assembled in the U.S. — which is upsetting foreign carmakers.
Mexico is one of the great soccer countries in the world. The country's team exited the World Cup early — something they haven't done since 1978.
NPR's A Martinez talks to Hamed Aleaziz of the Los Angeles Times about the information of more than 6,000 people in ICE custody that was mistakenly revealed to the public.