J. Reuben Appelman spent months researching and writing a book about the murders of four University of Idaho students and the hunt for their killer.
What the U.S. is seeing today with Trump-supporting Republicans "is a parallel to the 1930s in Nazi Germany," said Barry McCaffrey.
The former president spoke at a non-unionized auto parts supplier in Michigan as he worked to win over blue-collar voters.
Sens. John Fetterman, Sheldon Whitehouse and Peter Welch introduced legislation that would wipe out the nation's student meal debt.
Police arrested at least 20 people overnight, many of them juveniles.
Republican John Castro made the comment after a judge overseeing a lawsuit to bar Trump from Colorado's 2024 presidential ballot issued a protective order.
The average rate on a 30-year fixed home loan rose to 7.51 percent on Monday.
Some Republicans were outraged at U.S. money being spent to pay the salaries of 57,000 first responders in Ukraine.
The state's Franchise Tax Board said payments will be issued by the end of September for those who qualified for the Middle Class Tax Refund but never got it.
Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk upheld a rule that allows employee retirement plans to consider environmental, social and governance factors in investment decisions.
Many federal employees won't receive paychecks if the government shuts down on October 1.
Trump claimed the "vicious" coverage by NBC News and its affiliates was effectively a "big" campaign contribution to the Democratic Party.
Police said a package containing several thousand dollars worth of fentanyl was found inside the New York City day care.
New mask requirements have been introduced in health care facilities and other locations in California, Ohio and New York in recent days.
"Girl, your integrity went south in the things you ain't talking about," commentator Brandon Tatum said on his show.
A man and woman have died in an apparent murder-suicide inside the Walmart Supercenter in Hiram.
Millions of Americans will have to start making payments starting in October when a three-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office in Virginia continues searching for Lauren Cook, 30, and her three children.
Gabrielle Hanson has been running what one local TV channel in Tennessee has described as a "morality campaign."
Sanchez, 44, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester on September 21.
"The frailty of the incumbent president is Trump's best weapon," the former Fox host said, adding: "It looks like he could eat Joe Biden on stage."
Rep. Billy Bob Faulkingham, the Maine House Republican leader, was thrown overboard when a giant wave capsized his vessel.
"I learned to check party affiliations before you go on a date," the Colorado congresswoman told a TMZ photographer.
The National Hurricane Center says Nigel is expected to rapidly strengthen into a major hurricane, but poses no immediate threat to land.
Trump blamed "liberal Jews" for voting to "destroy America and Israel" while wishing them a happy new year.
A lone protester with a gun apparently in his holster was seen near the president's home in Wilmington, Delaware.
The former president "has always been about projection," Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi said on MSNBC.
New York City's pension funds and the state of Oregon are the latest to sue Fox News over the broadcasting of falsehoods about the 2020 election.