Yemeni Southern Transitional Council head Aidarous al-Zubaidi said Friday that he will prioritize the establishment of a separate country as his nation engages in civil war.
Sergio Patricio Galván had allegedly harassed his ex-girlfriend Teresita Luciana López for weeks after she broke up with him, and she planned to report him.
Former President Donald Trump's GOP rivals are seizing on his recent comments on abortion as a political vulnerability, after he criticized six-week state "heartbeat" bill bans in Florida and other states and talked about working with "both sides" to find a compromise on abortion limits.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published its 2022 Adult Obesity Prevalence Maps on Thursday, detailing obesity rates for the 50 states, the District of Columbia and three U.S. territories.
The Biden administration on Friday pledged $100 million toward the deployment of a prospective multinational security force to Haiti, where violent crime and gang activity run rampant.
President Biden announced Friday the new White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention, which he said would the first in history. It will be led by Vice President Harris.
GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy and Democrat California Governor Gavin Newsom traded blows online over climate change.
Katherine Heigl chose to live on a ranch in Utah after realizing she needed "to escape." The actress moved to Los Angeles at 17 and gained fame in "Grey's Anatomy."
Eagle Pass, Texas Mayor Rolando Salinas joined "Your World" to discuss the crisis at the southern border that has directly affected his town and why he is calling on Biden to visit.
Did former President Donald Trump commit fraud when he valued properties far higher than appraisers when applying for loans, or was he applying his "investment genius" to the valuations?
Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez will temporarily step down as chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee after he was indicted Friday.
Washington — A looming government shutdown has hundreds of thousands of federal employees worried that they could go without pay if Congress fails to reach a deal to approve or extend funding for their agencies.
The Pentagon reversed its policy on gender pronouns in award citations after initially mandating the use of "gender-neutral" language.
Cassidy Hutchinson, a former senior advisor to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, made international headlines when she testified before the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Attack. In her first TV interview, Hutchinson told Tracy Smith on "CBS New Sunday Morning" it was unsafe for her to return home after speaking out.
Australia is set to unveil a new economic policy that prioritizes sustained and inclusive full employment, marking a strategic move to build upon its robust labor market.
Republicans are sounding off after the Pentagon confirmed its operations supporting Ukraine's military would be exempt from any potential U.S. government shutdown.
An NYPD counterterrorism unit that's the "first line of defense" against a potential terror attack faces staffing cuts of up to 75%, reports say
President Biden pledged to provide Ukraine with long-range missiles to combat Russia, U.S. officials said Friday after Biden met with President Zelenskyy.
A new accuser has claimed actor and comedian Russell Brand exposed himself to her during a disturbing interaction at BBC Studios in Los Angeles
The surging Colorado Buffaloes, under their new coach Deion Sanders, are the surprise of the 2023 college football season, with three wins in their first three games, already surpassing last year's 1-11 record. And Sanders has a "spiritual coach" helping him along the way.
President Joe Biden has just done something that could make it much harder for any Republican who succeeds him in the Oval Office. It should concern every American.
Bipartisan bills aimed at cutting America's food waste in half come 2030 were introduced by members of both the House and Senate on Thursday.
Two men were arrested in the deadly shooting of an 11-year-old boy that prompted New Mexico's governor to order a controversial gun ban in Albuquerque, police said Thursday. Froylan Villegas, 11, was killed near a minor league baseball park earlier this month in what Albuquerque's police chief described as a case of mistaken identity.
A Texas family reunited after the 18-year-old son saved the 2-year-old daughter from drowning in a backyard pool. Doctors said the son's quick decision to perform CPR saved the child's life.
GOP Senate candidate Christine Serrano Glassner ripped Sen. Bob Menendez, over his indictment for allegedly accepting bribes, including gold.
Menendez denounces bribery charges as a year-long smear campaign, accusing prosecutors of misrepresentation and affirming his innocence based on past indictment ruling.
Tommy Boyd, 45, was serving 30 years behind bars for statutory sodomy when he escaped police custody. He was recaptured by police Thursday evening, authorities said.
Shakira admitted her 11-year relationship with soccer star Gerard Piqué put her career "on hold." The pop star wanted "till death do us part" with Piqué before their split in 2022.
A toddler was found snuggled up with her family dogs in the woods after going missing fro several hours in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., was hit with a federal indictment Friday that alleges he and his wife were involved in a corrupt scheme that netted them hundreds of thousands of dollars.
President Biden on Friday is announcing the creation of the White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention, tapping Vice President Kamala Harris to oversee the new venture, which is intended to try to get around congressional inaction on stronger gun control laws.
The attack reportedly added another huge blow to Russia's naval power in the Black Sea as Ukraine makes a renewed and strong push to progress against Russian positions before weather turns.
A person who has intense reactions to mosquito bites may actually be suffering from skeeter syndrome, a rare condition that can cause fevers and swelling. Here's what to know.
FOX News contributor Jonathan Turley tells "America's Newsroom" that Sen. Bob Menendez' bribery charges will "rock" Washington D.C. as he is a "fixture" of the city.
A teenager in Idaho was arrested after setting off fireworks and starting a fire that burned 28 acres. The 16-year-old has been charged with third-degree arson, according to a Facebook post from the Eagle Police Department on Thursday.
A former deputy sheriff in New Mexico has been arrested and federally charged with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a woman.
Customs agents at France's largest airport have spent months stockpiling a shocking discovery – the trafficked skulls and other remains of more than 700 animals headed for the U.S.
The clock is ticking for House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to find a compromise to keep the federal government running and sidestep a costly shutdown.
If you have scrolled through TikTok recently, you might have seen the same question posed in videos over and over again: How often do you think about the Roman Empire? The TikTok trend is simple. Ask a man in your life how often he thinks about the ancient civilization. In many cases, he will say "often."
Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley was asked how former President Donald Trump would be remembered in 100 years, and she shared both positive words and some criticism.
Washington — With a Oct. 1 deadline to fund the government looming and no deal in Congress in sight, the prospect of a government shutdown has many Americans wondering what the impact of a lapse in government funding might mean for the services they depend on.
Sen. Manchin plans a bipartisan resolution to reinstate Senate's dress code, following Schumer's recent relaxation of the rules to accomodate Democrat Senator John Fetterman.
Mayor Rolando Salinas of Eagle Pass, Texas, said President Biden bears some responsibility for the migrant crisis overwhelming his city and called for the government to enforce the law.
Franklin County Judge Karen Held Phipps on Thursday ordered a Republican-backed overhaul of Ohio's K-12 education system be placed on hold until October.
In an exclusive interview with "CBS Mornings," YouTube CEO Neal Mohan defended the platform's recent decision to suspend monetization of comedian Russell Brand's channel following sexual assault and emotional abuse allegations against him.
New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez and his wife will be indicted on bribery charges in connection with their corrupt relationship with New Jersey businessmen, prosecutors said.
If you want to watch Amazon Prime Video shows and movies without advertisements, the service is about to get more expensive — about $3 more per month, or $36 a year.