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President Donald Trump has given a pardon to former San Francisco 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr. -- a billionaire businessman charged and fined during the 1990s over a political corruption case, the White House said.
A federal judge Tuesday said Roger Stone's sentencing would still be Thursday despite defense efforts to delay it.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday commuted the sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, eight years into his 14-year sentence for corruption.
Most Americans are viewing the 2020 presidential candidates in a positive light, but they see the electoral process itself more negatively, a new survey showed Tuesday.
Democratic hopeful Michael Bloomberg unveiled a $700 billion plan Tuesday that would grant free community college tuition in the United States and double the number of Pell Grants available to low-income students.
Jurors who will decide the fate of former movie producer Harvey Weinstein began deliberating Tuesday after prosecutors complained about an article that was published by his defense attorney.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Tuesday it has issued waivers to bypass multiple federal statutes in order to build a long section of border wall between the United States and Mexico.
The Trump administration said Tuesday it has leveled new sanctions against Russian company Rosneft Trading for actively helping Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro get around existing U.S. penalties.
President Donald Trump will travel Tuesday and make a rare visit to California, where he will attend a pair of Republican Party fundraisers and meet with organizers of the 2028 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has qualified for Wednesday's Democratic primary debate in Las Vegas ahead of this weekend's Nevada caucuses, where he will take the stage for the first time.
An angry landslide in Tennessee ripped through Hardin County last weekend, shredding a pair of homes in its path.
Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy amid mounting lawsuits accusing the organization of child sexual abuse.
In the 10 years since a gold-filled treasure chest purportedly was hidden in the Rocky Mountains, as many as 433,000 "chasers" have searched for it, according to a study.
Apple warned on Monday the outbreak of the coronavirus in China is hurting its bottom line.
Plymouth Rock and several other landmarks in the Massachusetts town were vandalized ahead of the 400th anniversary of Pilgrims arriving at the site on the Mayflower.
Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon, announced an Earth fund Monday, pledging $10 billion to award grants for projects aimed at combatting climate change.
The National Weather Service's Key West radar Monday captured nocturnal migration of birds stretching over the island with a radius of at least 90 miles.
Pier 1 filed for bankruptcy Monday after reaching an agreement with lenders and will pursue sale of the company.
After filing for bankruptcy protection in November, America's largest milk producer, Dean Foods, announced Monday that it plans to sell the majority of its business to Dairy Farmers of America.
Heavy rain has pounded Mississippi and Tennessee leading to historic levels of flooding and damaged homes.