Here’s a look at the evidence prosecutors culled to charge 11 Oath Keepers and affiliates with sedition— the most serious charge yet in the Jan. 6 investigation.
Mr. Biden’s comments went well beyond the formal intelligence assessments described by White House officials, which conclude that Russia’s president has not yet decided whether to invade.
Without the votes to change Senate rules, Democrats cannot overcome a Republican filibuster against legislation intended to offset new state voting restrictions.
The panel investigating the assault on the Capitol wants information from two leaders of the “America First” extremist movement.
Legal scholars say a long-forgotten provision of the Constitution could bar from office anyone who encouraged the Capitol riot.
The New York Times obtained footage of the botched strike in Kabul, whose victims included seven children, through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Sex differences in Covid death rates vary widely from state to state, suggesting they are rooted in behavior as well as biology.
The painter, writer and the only woman with the spunk and self-determination to leave Picasso has a few things to say about success, personal style and the nature of intimacy.
Tracking the virus in wastewater is helping some cities and hospitals respond to the most recent wave of the coronavirus, but a more coordinated national effort is needed, experts say.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who has diabetes, has been participating in Supreme Court arguments remotely. Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, her seatmate, is the only member of the court who does not wear a mask.