Physical inactivity is linked to more severe Covid-19 infection and a heightened risk of dying from the disease, found a large US study published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Here's how to get more active, with just 22 minutes of daily movement.
When you've been spinning through crazy for four years, normal seems disorienting, as John Cornyn's tweet complaining that President Biden isn't spending enough time on Twitter and cable news, demonstrates, writes Paul Begala. Attacking Biden for being stable, attacking baseball, Coke and others for supporting voting rights, opposing Biden's popular agenda, all have put the GOP further behind the Democrats than any time in almost a decade.
A century ago, a Black couple owned a beach resort in Manhattan Beach -- a Southern California town known for its scenic expanse. An inviting soulful energy and the songs of Black entertainers radiated throughout the corridors of the dance hall and lodge.
Connecticut authorities are still negotiating with someone who has barricaded themself inside a building and possibly fired shots at responding officers who were met with "heavy gunfire" and injured someone else Tuesday afternoon, they said.
More than a year into the pandemic and as cases resurge in Latin America, two recent elections suggest that popular political views on how to escape the crisis remain deeply polarized -- at a time when cohesion is most needed.
Canceling $50,000 in student loan debt would wipe out the entire burden for 36 million borrowers. That's according to new data from the Department of Education, released Tuesday by Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Former Officer Derek Chauvin was justified in pinning George Floyd to the ground because of his frantic resistance, a use-of-force expert testified for the defense Tuesday, contradicting a parade of authorities from both inside and outside the Minneapolis Police Department.
Rusten Sheskey, the Kenosha, Wisconsin, police officer who shot Jacob Blake seven times while responding to a domestic incident last year, has returned to active duty, according to a statement from Police Chief Daniel Miskinis.
A museum in Philadelphia apologized on Monday for collecting the skulls of Black Americans and vowed to return them to their respective communities. Dr. Christopher Woods, the director of the Penn Museum, expressed regret in a statement on behalf of the museum and the University of Pennsylvania of Archaeology and Anthropology for the "unethical possession of human remains."
Former Republican House Speaker John Boehner said Tuesday that former President Donald Trump "abused the loyalty and trust" placed in him by his voters when he pushed falsehoods about the 2020 election.
In Episode 2 of "The Unauthorized History of Taxes," Fox Nation explores the lead-up to the establishment of the Internal Revenue Service and President Lincoln's institution of the first federal income tax.
The Biden administration announced Tuesday that it is expanding the entry of migrants into the U.S. who had been kept in Mexico as part of the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) – even as migrants continue to surge toward the border in record numbers.
Competition in the U.S. housing market is fierce this spring buying-and-selling season, with surging demand and record-low inventory of homes for sale. For homeowners who have been considering selling their properties, the time could be ripe to jump into the market.
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden and U.S. lawmakers Tuesday paid tribute at a ceremony in the Capitol rotunda to the U.S. Capitol Police officer killed when a motorist rammed a car into two police officers and brandished a knife earlier this month.
Iowa protesters did not force their way into the building last week. They walked lawfully through security -- getting their belongings scanned and their temperatures checked. The Iowa protesters even had a permit to protest in the building. And the building is open to the public anyway.
The Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are recommending a "pause" in the administration of Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine to review blood clot cases.
The fatal shooting of a Black man by a White police officer in a Minneapolis suburb Sunday afternoon has turned the nation’s attention to the city’s leadership as the issue of police misconduct once again dominates the headlines.
The Biden administration and Democrats have a key message to corporate America and the wealthy: It's time to pay up in full. Officials have raised tax enforcement as a priority in recent months as the administration seeks to fund its priorities.
President Biden has decided to withdraw military forces from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021, the twentieth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, a U.S. official confirmed to CBS News.
Virginia’s attorney general has launched a civil rights investigation into whether there was an "unlawful pattern or practice of conduct" at the Windsor Police Department after officers detained a Black uniformed U.S. Army lieutenant at gunpoint and pepper-sprayed him while conducting a traffic stop in December.
Former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials under the Trump administration on Tuesday said Vice President Kamala Harris needs to visit the border soon if she is going to succeed in her role as border czar – while accusing her of dodging what has become a "political hot potato" for the administration.
Police Chief Tim Gannon and Officer Kim Potter both resigned from their positions in the Minnesota city of Brooklyn Center after two consecutive nights of rioting and looting in response to the deadly shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, Mayor Mike Elliott announced at a news conference Tuesday.
GOP mayoral candidate and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa stood outside NYPD’s headquarters in Lower Manhattan Monday and vowed to fully refund the police department’s budget and crack down on disruptive protests if elected.
Members of the “Squad” are ramping up calls for dismantling the police following the shooting death of a 20-year-old black man at the hands of a white officer in Minnesota — saying it amounts to “government-funded murder.”
Law enforcement officials in California will hold a news conference Tuesday afternoon to share "major developments" in the case of Kristin Smart, a Cal Poly student who disappeared in May 1996. Paul Flores, who is considered the prime suspect in the case, was arrested earlier Tuesday, The Associated Press reported.
President Joe Biden's decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan by September 11 -- the twentieth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks -- prompted a split on Capitol Hill among both Republicans and Democrats, creating some strange bedfellows over what to do about America's longest war.
Senate Democrats are going to force a procedural vote Wednesday on a bill targeting "COVID-19 hate crimes," in an effort to get Republicans on the record on the legislation Democrats say is a no-brainer to fight hate against Asian-Americans.
A library of video evidence showing George Floyd's death beneath Chauvin's knee -- and the officer's apparent demeanor of arrogance as Floyd perished -- copious testimony from medical experts and the instructions of Minnesota law leave the jury with one reasonable verdict, writes Paul Callan.