A divided Colorado Supreme Court has declared Donald Trump ineligible for the White House under the U.S. Constitution’s insurrection clause and removed him from the state’s presidential primary ballot.
None of these claims are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it will hear an appeal that could upend hundreds of charges stemming from the Capitol riot, including against former President Donald Trump.
Spotify’s chief financial officer will step down next year, according to the music streaming service.
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NCAA President Charlie Baker is asking members to make one of the most dramatic shifts in the history of college sports by allowing highly resourced schools to pay some of their athletes.
The owners of a Colorado funeral home face allegations that they abused corpses, stole, laundered money and forged documents.
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories of the week.
The political arm of the powerful Koch network, formally endorsed Nikki Haley’s presidential campaign on Tuesday.
Facebook parent Meta Platforms deliberately engineered its social platforms to hook kids, according to a newly unsealed legal complaint.
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of manslaughter in the death of an American ice hockey player whose neck was cut by a skate during a game.
Officials said 25% of what Fisher is owed — about $19 million — is due within 60 days and the first of several installments of about $7 million must be paid within 120 days.
Democrats notched two early wins Tuesday night in states that voted for Trump in 2020.
Experts say the twice-yearly ritual can have more serious effects on human health.
So far this year, the nation has witnessed the second-highest number on record of mass killings and deaths to this point in a single year.