Former vice president Biden to announce 2020 election run on Thursday: reports
Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden plans to announce on Thursday that he is seeking the Democratic Party's presidential nomination for the 2020 election, NBC News and CNN reported on Tuesday.
A state senator said nurses ‘probably play cards’ at work. Facing mass outrage, she’s apologized.
A Washington state senator made the comment last week while debating a bill that would give nurses uninterrupted meals and breaks at work and protect them from mandatory overtime.
The Latest: Wisconsin man, 24, wins $763M Powerball jackpot
A 24-year-old suburban Milwaukee man says he screamed for about 5 or 10 minutes after realizing he won a $763 million Powerball jackpot _ the third largest in U.S. lottery history
Angel mom speaks out after alleged illegal immigrant killer is deported to Mexico
A Tennessee angel mother is lamenting how the illegal immigrant accused in the death of her son is now walking free in Mexico while her loved one is “forever separated from our family.”
California amputee who lost prosthetic leg while skydiving gets it back after deputy finds it in unlikely spot
Florida man in Easter bunny costume caught in viral brawl is wanted in New Jersey, has history of arrests
Brothers Sue Jussie Smollett’s Lawyers, Saying Actor ‘Directed’ Staged Attack
The brothers have struggled to find work since the episode involving Jussie Smollett, their lawyers say, and “deserve to have their reputations restored.”
Joe Biden is expected to announce his presidential candidacy on Thursday
The time has finally come. After months of speculation and patented slips-of-the-tongue , former Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to officially announce his presidential candidacy on Thursday, sources familiar with situation told CNN. The announcement received one last mini-delay for old time's sake, as several outlets initially reported that Biden would launch his bid on Wednesday. But it...
Jared Kushner thinks Mueller had a 'harsher effect on our democracy' than Russian election interference