Justice Thomas defended the Supreme Court's independence, arguing that despite disagreements about the court's role, "it works. It may work sort of like a car with three wheels, but it still works."
The U.S. is “in touch with all of them who we’ve identified on a regular basis,” White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain said on CNN’s “State of the Union,” but he was vague about plans to get U.S. citizens out of the Taliban-controlled nation.
Dr. Hasan Gokal was fired from his job and charged with a crime, after giving out COVID vaccine doses that were on the brink of expiration.
A Colorado elections clerk whose whereabouts have been a mystery since she was accused of allowing a security breach of voting equipment that the FBI is investigating has told county commissioners that she remains on the job and has been working remotely.
Dozens of Americans still in Afghanistan as many decided only recently to leave, secretary claims
The White House said on Thursday that ISIS-K continued to pose 'active' threats even as at least 100 Americans remain stranded in Afghanistan.
Vaccine are still protecting people under 65 very well. But older adults aren't getting the same kind benefits, two new studies suggest.
In an exclusive interview with CBS News, former FBI agent Danny Gonzalez said "19 hijackers cannot commit 3,000 mass murders by themselves."
As America’s war in Afghanistan draws to a close, one Maryland veteran has made it his mission to give back to fellow Black service members.
The White House said Wednesday it was continuing to examine a policy that would allow vaccinated foreigners into the United States as the US faces growing anger from European nations over apparently unmoving Covid-19 travel restrictions.
The Texas Medical Association called two anti-abortion bills unconstitutional and criticized the U.S. Supreme Court for not blocking the broader law from going into effect.