Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy pleaded with colleagues to act after the latest mass shooting at a Texas elementary school that left 14 children dead.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says 15 people were killed in a shooting Tuesday at an elementary school. Abbott says the suspected shooter, an 18-year-old man, also died and was believed to be killed by responding officers.
Relatives of shooting victims speak out at a news conference, asking for an end to racial violence. Among noted individuals in attendance are lack civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump and the Rev. Al Sharpton.
She has four limbs, expressive eyes, and likes to stroll through the greenery. Happy, by species, is an Asian elephant. But can she also be considered a person? That question is pending in New York's highest court.
President Joe Biden is opening his trip to South Korea with a focus on the U.S. tech sector, touring a Samsung computer chip plant on Friday. He's also set to go to Japan during the five-day tour.
Russian State TV has shown what it said were wounded Ukrainian fighters receiving treatment at a hospital in the Donetsk region.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki bids an emotional farewell to the White House and the press corps Friday on her last day as President Joe Biden's spokesperson.
Inflation, demand leave foodbanks struggling in the US.
Volunteers rushed to rescue dozens of people from towns under attack from Russian forces in eastern Ukraine. Seated in the back of one van, a group of elderly women whose houses were destroyed by shelling warned there would be further "bloodshed" in their hometown, Novoselivka, where the bombing does not stop.
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Since April 29, Florida has reported 32,981 cases of COVID-19 to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in which time the agency said almost 60 percent of Americans had been infected with the virus since its arrival in the US.
Some 80 people who escaped the besieged city of Mariupol finally made it to Zaporizhzhia on Thursday after more than 24 hours. According to the Red Cross, 1,500 people had been expected to be evacuated by bus, but the Russians allowed only a few dozen to leave and pulled some people off the buses.