U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene told Republicans to not protest the potential arrest of former President Donald Trump because the Democrats are "sealing their own fate" in 2024.
The Memphis police supervisor on the scene when Tyre Nichols was beaten to death by officers retired with his benefits the day before a hearing to terminate him.
As the families seek more than $1.4 billion awarded by courts for Mr. Jones’s lies, a New York Times review shows he is transferring millions of dollars to family and friends, potentially out of reach of creditors.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper will allow a bill increasing penalties for rioters to become law after deciding against blocking the piece of legislation — a move he made in 2021.
Produced by Chris Young Ritzen, George Osterkamp, Mead Stone and Gary Winter AUDIO: JENNIFER BROWN, AGE 9: …They parked the bus. And there was another green — there was a green van down there waiting for us. AUDIO: JENNIFER BROWN, AGE 9: And those two guys standing from the bus door to the van door with guns with pantyhose over the head so we wouldn't run out. … and then, see, they pulled the van right up to the bus door. AUDIO: JENNIFER BROWN, AGE 9: So they wouldn't see any feet prints. AUDIO: JENNIFER BROWN, AGE 9: And a few of my little friends that are 5 and 6, they came over and started laying on me and crying. And I told them be brave because it's going to be alright … CBS NEWS REPORT: Throughout much of this day, parents and other family of the missing children came to the command post set up in downtown Chowchilla to try desperately to fathom some reason out of this madness. Carol Marshall's 14-year-old son Mike was another on the bus. CBS NEWS REPORT: So far there's been no word from any abductors … AUDIO: MICHAEL MARSHALL, AGE 14: Edward squeezes me through this half-foot hole. AUDIO: MICHAEL MARSHALL, AGE 14: I get on top of it and I start pounding on this box. Start hitting and pounding, hitting and pounding. AUDIO: MICHAEL MARSHALL, AGE 14: None of us knew if when we got out, they were just going to be standing there with shotguns at our head and stuff, so we were kind of … pretty scared." AUDIO: JENNIFER BROWN, AGE 9: They had these coveralls. … And all these little kids go into 'em and we had to roll the pants about 10 feet. And we rolled the arms up and we were all sitting there — some of 'em didn't roll our arms up and we sitting there flapping our arms. We said, "Hey we can fly!?" AUDIO: JENNIFER BROWN, AGE 9: Everybody stated saying, "are you all right Jennifer" and all this stuff and I said "Yeah. I'm fine." Then whenever we got into this room, I found my mom and my dad. HAROLD DOW | CBS NEWS: How does it feel to be a big movie star? RICHARD THRELKELD | CBS NEWS: For the last two days, the Woods estate has looked like an armed camp, dozens of officers looking for anything. RICHARD THRELKELD | CBS NEWS: And so the search is on nationwide for these three men … HAROLD DOW | CBS NEWS: James Schoenfeld was captured at dawn today. Police say he ran hard, all over the Western United States, but he did not run well. … Frederick Woods was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police this afternoon, just across the Washington State border in Vancouver. REPORTER AT COURTHOUSE: You say they would give you this funny look. What did that make you feel? WALTER CRONKITE | CBS EVENING NEWS ANCHOR: A California judge today imposed mandatory life prison sentences without parole on those three young men who kidnapped 26 Chowchilla school children … AUDIO FROM 2018 PAROLE HEARING: Hello. My name is Jodi Medrano. I was Jodi Heffington. AUDIO FROM 2018 PAROLE HEARING | JODI HEFFINGTON MEDRANO: To listen to him talk about his poor childhood … (sarcastically laughs) I don't know if I want to laugh, cry, cuss him or what … Because where did my childhood go?
Former Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland joined "Fox & Friends Weekend" on Saturday and discussed China's growing threat on the global stage.
Amazon is facing a lawsuit alleging that the company did not properly notify customers entering its Amazon Go stores in New York City that it was tracking and collecting their biometric information.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Saturday that the state has launched a 10-year partnership with a drug maker to produce insulin for its residents at a significantly lower cost.
Blake Peters made five 3-pointers in the second half and the No. 15 seeded Princeton shocked another power conference team to reach the NCAA Tournament regional semifinals for the first time in 56 years by beating No. 7 seed Missouri 78-63 on Saturday.
The Biden administration proposed banning mining for two decades in a South Dakota national forest area over concerns about environmental impacts.
Tennis champion Novak Djokovic is set to miss his second U.S. tennis tournament this year, after he was denied entry into the country for being unvaccinated against COVID-19.
As Ariel Palitz leaves her role, she reflects on what she discovered about the city, and about herself.
A Missouri man was shot in his left leg after refusing an order from two would-be carjackers to surrender his vehicle in St. Louis.
An Idaho hospital will stop labor and delivery services, citing doctor shortages and the "political climate," the hospital announced Friday.
Naval Air Station North Island in Coronado, California, was reportedly locked down temporarily Friday night after a San Diego Sheriff's deputy attempted to breach the gate.
The Justice Department is asking the Supreme Court to allow a federal ban on gun ownership for individuals under domestic abuse retraining orders to stand.
"Jurassic Park" star Sam Neill revealed that while he was on tour promoting "Jurassic World Dominion" last year, he was also battling stage 3 non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., spoke out over the weekend against a possible indictment of former President Donald Trump, urging him to "take this all the way" to the Supreme Court.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi slammed former President Donald Trump's statement that he expects to be arrested next week, calling it "reckless" and accusing him of inciting violence.
Republican lawmakers in both the House and Senate blasted reports that former President Donald Trump could soon be indicted -- claiming it would be politically motivated.
Investigations are nothing new for former President Trump, whose administration, and post-presidency, have been plagued by probes into his family's business, his campaign and more.
Former President Donald Trump will travel to Texas next weekend for what will be his first rally as he seeks the GOP nomination for president in 2024.
Prosecutors won't have much of a legal leg to stand on if they indict Donald Trump on violating campaign finance law, according to a former FEC commissioner.
The U.S. Department of State issued a warning after reporting showed that counterfeit pharmaceuticals containing illicit drugs were being sold in pharmacies in Mexico.
Three children died Saturday morning in a fire at a home in Baltimore, authorities said.
Michael Cohen was convicted in 2018 on a number of charges related to hush money payments made to Stormy Daniels during Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.
Bradford Ferrick allegedly had "thousands" of images and videos of child pornography, according to prosecutors, who allege he used hidden cameras to record medical exams.
A predawn shooting at a Columbus night club left two people dead and four wounded, Ohio authorities said.
A law enforcement source said the New York Police Department along with federal, state and local agencies are gearing up for a possible indictment against former President Donald Trump in New York as early as next week.
Milder winters, shrinking habitats and new migratory patterns have changed the birds of the city.
ICE's Enforcement and Removals Operation arrested 220 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions that included domestic violence and drug crimes earlier this month.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on Saturday said he wants House committees to investigate whether federal funds are being used for “politically motivated prosecutions.'
Saturday, March 18, 2023 marks the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's unanimous ruling in Gideon v. Wainwright that criminal defendants have a right to a lawyer.
President Joe Biden on Friday denied that members of his family, including Hunter, Jim and Haille Biden, received more than $1 million in payments from a business associate of Hunter's, even though financial records show that they did.
It's undeniable. America's fishing fleets and the people who are part of them face wholesale destruction of their way of life. Green energy can't come at the expense of our way of life.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan said Friday that states blocking contaminated waste from a toxic train derailment in Ohio was "impermissible."
Donald Trump said in a social media post that he expects to be arrested Tuesday as a New York prosecutor is eyeing charges in a case examining hush money paid to women who alleged sexual encounters with the former president.
As former Vice President Mike Pence visits the state on Saturday, Iowa has become pivotal for possible Republican presidential contenders, and for Donald Trump in particular.
A former State Department employee will spend 15 years in prison after he admitted to committing sex crimes with minors while he was working at the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines.
The U.S. military has resumed flights through international airspace over the Black Sea following the skirmish earlier this week between a US drone and Russian fighter jets.
Medication abortion providers could serve six months in prison under the law, one of a growing number of efforts by conservative states to target the pills.
Former President Donald Trump said Saturday that he will be arrested on Tuesday next week as the Manhattan District Attorney's office pursues an indictment of Trump for alleged hush money payments to Stormy Daniels.
A California military base was put in lockdown Friday night after a vehicle went through the facility's main gate without stopping, a military spokesperson said.
Students in Idaho and the state chapter of March for Our Lives are suing to overturn HB 124, a new law that eliminates student ID cards as an accepted form of voter identification.
Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro said this month that climate change is one of his top priorities despite escalating fears about China's growing naval presence.
Mundipharma has pushed its overdose reversal product abroad while its owners, the Sackler family, faces accusations of igniting the opioid epidemic in America.
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon signed a bill outlawing the use or prescription of medication abortion pills after it was passed by the state legislature earlier this month.
The Alaska Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution aimed at not allowing transgender athletes to participate in sports that don't match their birth sex.
The ruling found that the government had met the threshold for the crime-fraud exception, which allows prosecutors to get around attorney-client privilege if they believe a crime has been committed.
Members of two rural Michigan communities are pushing back on plans by a Chinese-owned company to build an electric vehicle battery plant in the area over national security concerns.