An Arkansas attorney who was hospitalized after he was struck by a beanbag fired by police during a protest at the state Capitol over George Floyd’s killing filed a lawsuit Friday against the head of state police and several troopers.
A senior administration official said Friday that the mandate will expire early Sunday morning.
The average price that Americans pay for gasoline is closing in on $5 a gallon, another drain on the wallets of consumers who are paying more for many other essentials too.
Traffic remained blocked Thursday morning in westbound lanes of heavily traveled Interstate 30 in southwestern Arkansas, where at least three people were killed the previous day during a series of crashes that happened during stormy weather.
Thousands of coronavirus testing sites have popped up on sidewalks across Beijing and other Chinese cities in the latest development in the country’s “zero-COVID” strategy.
Arkansas State Troopers are investigating a crash scene on Interstate 30 in Clark County involving three separate motor vehicle pile-ups.
The Waltons, heirs to the Walmart fortune and America’s richest family, have won the bidding to purchase the Denver Broncos in the most expensive deal for a sports franchise anywhere in the world.
Russia on Tuesday claimed to have taken control of 97% of one of the two provinces that make up Ukraine’s Donbas, bringing the Kremlin closer to its goal of fully capturing the eastern industrial heartland of coal mines and factories.
Police are investigating the death of an 80 year-old Marion County man who was reportedly shot in his home Monday night.
Texas’ prison system has temporarily stopped transporting inmates as it investigates how a convicted murderer escaped from a bus last month and later killed a man and his four grandsons.
Academy Award–winning actor Matthew McConaughey called on Congress to pass gun control legislation in honor of the children and teachers killed in a shooting rampage at an elementary school in his home town of Uvalde, Texas.
Goodyear has agreed to recall more than 173,000 recreational vehicle tires that the U.S. government says can fail and have killed or injured 95 people since 1998.
Five people were killed and five others injured after a large truck collided with a van belonging to a school serving disabled adults in southeast Arkansas.
Walmart heir Rob Walton is expected to win the bidding for the Denver Broncos
Elon Musk is threatening to walk away from his $44 billion bid to buy Twitter.