The Washington Post
Intense heat and a record-breaking dry spell, covering more than 40 percent of the continental U.S. for nearly two years, has put pressure on livestock herds across the Great Plains.
Kevin Ott, 53, rescued about a dozen people from floodwaters as Hurricane Ian pounded the Florida Gulf Coast. But he regrets the ones he had to pass by.
From Amazon to the New York Police Department, the NFL's Rooney Rule was adopted by some of the country's most powerful entities. But on its own, it's rarely effective.
Aerial photographs over Fort Meyers, Fla., offer a view of what areas looked like before and immediately after Hurricane Ian.
The satirical publication is supporting a Parma, Ohio, man fighting a civil case against police after his arrest for creating a parody Facebook page.
Planned Parenthood said Netflix's "Blonde" biopic about Marilyn Monroe contributes to "antiabortion propaganda."
The federal appeals court judge was celebrated among conservatives as a constant if sometimes provocative exponent of judicial restraint
Florida’s rent and home prices were already high before the hurricane destroyed residences and left thousands to wonder where they would live next.
“We need to get people talking about Pine Island right now,” one resident said. "That's the most important thing."
After 15 boxes of government records were sent to the National Archives in January, attorney Alex Cannon thought Donald Trump might have more records at Mar-a-Lago, people familiar with the matter said.
Not sure how to fill out your ballot? Forgot to sign the envelope? These ballot mistakes could mean your vote won’t count.
A trail of clues has raised more questions than answers after Debbie Collier’s body was found burned and naked off a Georgia highway.