The Braves were joined by President Biden, who saluted the team's improbable season, calling it one of "history's greatest turnarounds."
Under current law, only one member of the House and one member of the Senate has to challenge a state's results to trigger votes on that election.
False claims about the 2020 presidential contest by former President Donald Trump and his supporters are spurring new interest in working the polls.
Georgia's secretary of state said an investigation into the unauthorized access to the equipment by former Coffee County election officials continues.
A Newsy investigation finds more Americans are going to the ER during a mental health crisis, and why they aren't getting the help they need.
Parents are sharing their tragedies in hopes of reducing suicide in Colorado. It's the No. 1 cause of death for kids and young adults in the state.
Maryland set limits on police access to ancestry websites. But state leaders stopped rolling out some of the new law, a Newsy investigation finds.
NYC schools will provide a first-ever citywide office to support students in foster care, something parents and local officials have called for.
The payment networks said they would adopt the International Organization for Standardization's new merchant code for gun store sales.
The explosion at the three-story, 36-unit apartment building in the South Austin neighborhood occurred shortly before 9:30 a.m., officials said.
A San Antonio-area sheriff is investigating two flights out of his county last week, which Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis claimed responsibility for.
U.S. President Joe Biden declared a state of emergency in the U.S. territory as the eye of the storm approached the island's southwest corner.
Legions of Naasón Joaquín García's followers remain loyal to him, viewing his imprisonment as a challenge that will strengthen their church.