New arrivals over the last few years have fueled hopes of population growth, but workers increasingly struggle to find housing in a market gone wild.
Italy's coast guard found the bodies of eight migrants on an Island off the country's coast. The coast guard also rescued 42 survivors during the operation.
Acclaimed Iranian director Jafar Panahi was released on bail Friday, two days after going on hunger strike to protest his imprisonment last summer, his supporters said.
Though the music label ultimately backed out, the deal illustrates the temptations and risks faced by corporations seeking to capitalize on the notoriety of pop-culture figures.
Former El Paso City Councilwoman Claudia Rodriguez responds to a Texas Democrat judge saying it's racist to describe the migrant crisis as an invasion.
I served as a U.S. attorney and understand the law. That's why I believe strongly that the Idaho legislature should consider a 'safety valve' for mandatory drug trafficking minimums.
Jafar Panahi, an Iranian director, has been released from prison two days after starting a hunger strike. Panahi's original sentence dates back to 2011.
Christopher Schurr, a former Grand Rapids police officer who shot a Black motorist, is being charged with second-degree murder. A judge refused to dismiss the case.
California's Black Music Collective, an official pre-Grammy event, has honored Lil Wayne, Dr. Dre, and Missy Elliott for their musical achievements.
A Pentagon spokesman said Friday that the Chinese surveillance balloon detected over the United States earlier this week has moved eastward and is being closely monitored.
Reese Witherspoon revealed how she totally screwed up an audition for Robert De Niro, and what he said to her about it 10 years later.
How to save America from death by debt? Run it like a business like I did in Florida. I can show Schumer how to cut taxes, create jobs and pay down debt.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson shares his thoughts on the latest developments in the Hunter Biden saga on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of appeals ruled Thursday that a law prohibiting people with domestic violence restraining orders from having guns is unconstitutional.
Defense officials in Taiwan said that 14 Chinese military aircraft and four naval vessels were detected around the island in the early hours of Friday morning.
The Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that it has moved to restrict imports of products manufactured by an Indian healthcare firm, after it urged the company to recall eye drops linked to an outbreak of "extensively drug-resistant" bacteria across the country.
Kevin McCarthy is asking for a Gang of Eight briefing after government officials found a suspected Chinese spy balloon hovering over the continental United States.
Punxsutawney inner circle member Harry 'Butch' Philliber explains why Pennsylvania's Groundhog's Day predictions are correct on "Jesse Watters Primetime."
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, recovering from his Jan. 2 collapse, attended a taping of "The Masked Singer" the same day he started an initiative to spread CPR awareness.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s wife charged public schools in the state to screen her documentaries, making as much as $1.5 million, according to the watchdog group Open The Books.
Rep. Chip Roy of Texas on Wednesday criticized an El Paso County judge for suggesting that wanting to secure the southern border was racist.
"All My Children" star Susan Lucci, 76, teared up while saying she was "not ready" to date again after the March 2022 death of her husband Helmut Huber.
Employees at Big Olaf Creamery, the Florida-based creamery behind a multistate listeria outbreak last year, had nowhere to wash their hands before they entered the production room, according to an investigation conducted by the Food and Drug Administration. The outbreak killed at least one person and hospitalized 27 others across 11 states.
The use of ghost guns — homemade firearms that can be built from parts bought online or with 3D printers — in U.S. crimes has risen more than 1,000% since 2017, the Department of Justice said in a federal report released Wednesday. The findings are based on tracing data collected by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and present the most comprehensive data in two decades on crime and guns in the U.S.
'The Five' co-hosts discuss President Biden's poor approval ratings and how the Democratic Party is shaping the messaging about the economy heading into 2024.
A proposed bill in North Carolina would make it illegal for those in the medical field to perform gender-affirming care treatments on minors.
Just hours before the June 2021 murder of Murdaugh's wife Maggie and their son Paul, Murdaugh was questioned by a colleague about nearly $800,000 that he was supposed to have handed over from the settlement of a case, according to testimony from Jeanne Seckinger, the chief financial officer for Park Law Group, Murdaugh's former firm. Seckinger said they suspected Murdaugh kept the money.
A woman in Michigan is being rewarded for her honesty after she returned a bag filled with close to $15,000 that she found to a pair of newlyweds.
An 18-year-old who was involved in a shootout with Houston police was arrested after attempting to take refuge in a nearby high school.
Kelly Clarkson and Shania Twain were discussing past onstage mishaps when the "Because of You" singer admitted that her dress almost fell off during a past concert.
The supply of free treatments and vaccines for COVID-19 purchased by the federal government could end as soon as this summer, the White House's top pandemic official said Thursday, as the Biden administration prepares to transition the medicines to the private market.
Republicans ripped the Biden administration after a suspected Chinese spy balloon was found over the U.S., and demanded a tough response against the U.S.'s main adversary.
Montana GOP Senator Steve Daines sent a letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin regarding the suspected Chinese spy balloon floating over his state and other northern states.
After Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota was ousted from her seat on the House Foreign Affairs committee Thursday in a party-line vote, she received support from fellow "Squad" member, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, who delivered an impassioned speech on the House floor. Omar's removal was in response to previous controversial remarks that invoked antisemitism.
A man suspected of throwing a Molotov cocktail at the front door of a synagogue in northern New Jersey last weekend will remain in custody without bail following his arraignment Thursday, according to federal prosecutors.
British Airways faces backlash after refreshing its social media guidelines for employees on posting photos while they are professionally engaged.
Both Democrats and Republicans support the U.S. sending money and weapons to Ukraine during their continued battle with Russia.
A former U.S. Army soldier who pleaded guilty to the 2020 killing of another soldier in retaliation for the victim's reporting of his marijuana has been sentenced to life in prison.
The Defense Department is "confident" a balloon spotted over Montana is a surveillance balloon from China, a senior defense official said Thursday.
Janel Rodriguez urged the Biden administration to secure the border after her son died from fentanyl poisoning that was brought into the U.S. illegally from Mexico.
An "active shooter situation" forced evacuations in the northern Oregon town of Hood River Thursday afternoon, the authorities said. A little after 12:30 p.m. local time, the Hood River Police Department reported that the incident was occurring an area near a Dairy Queen.
A 70-year-old woman from Long Island, New York, fell down a 6-foot-deep sinkhole that suddenly opened just as she was walking through her front yard.
Gov. Kathy Hochul wants to allow more charter schools to open in New York City. But as the public school system loses students, the effort faces strong political headwinds.
Professor Nicholas Giordano calls out the "extremely divisive" new course requirement for 64 colleges in the State University of New York system.
Republican Oklahoma Attorney General Gentner Drummond issued a letter of apology to former state Digital Transformation Secretary David Ostrowe for a previous indictment.
Brady claims he is done for good, but it is unclear what that will mean for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Fox broadcast booth and other interested parties.
While Travis and Jason Kelce may be making history as the first brothers to play one another in the Super Bowl, Jason Kelce's pregnant wife, Kylie McDevitt, might be making history in her own right by bringing her OB-GYN to the big game.
House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan and Rep. Matt Gaetz notified FBI Director Christopher Wray in a letter Thursday that the committee is "continuing to investigate allegations of politicization and bias" at the FBI.
Washington — President Biden played host to former President Bill Clinton to mark the 30th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the first piece of legislation that the 42nd president signed into law after taking office in 1993.