Baltimore Port to Open Deeper Channel for Some Cargo Ships to Pass After Bridge Collapse

Baltimore Port to Open Deeper Channel for Some Cargo Ships to Pass After Bridge Collapse

Officials in Baltimore plan to open a deeper channel for commercial ships to enter and leave the city’s port starting on Thursday.

Oklahoma Man Kills Wife, 3 Kids in Mass Shooting; 4th Child Survives Unharmed

Oklahoma Man Kills Wife, 3 Kids in Mass Shooting; 4th Child Survives Unharmed

A 10-year-old boy awoke to find his parents and three brothers dead in their Oklahoma City home, all fatally shot by his father, police said Tuesday.

UnitedHealth Says Files with Personal Information May Have Been Taken in Cyberattack

UnitedHealth Says Files with Personal Information May Have Been Taken in Cyberattack

UnitedHealth says files with personal information that could cover a 'substantial portion of people in America' may have been taken in the cyberattack earlier this year.

Senate Passes TikTok Sell-or-Ban Bill

Senate Passes TikTok Sell-or-Ban Bill

The Senate passed legislation Tuesday that would force TikTok’s China-based parent company to sell the social media platform under the threat of a ban.

Senate Passes Aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with Bipartisan Vote

Senate Passes Aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan with Bipartisan Vote

The bill passed the Senate on an overwhelming 79-18 vote late Tuesday after the House had approved the package Saturday.

Douglas C-54 Plane with 2 People on Board Crashes Into River Near Fairbanks, Alaska

Douglas C-54 Plane with 2 People on Board Crashes Into River Near Fairbanks, Alaska

A Douglas C-54 Skymaster airplane carrying two people crashed into the Tanana River near Fairbanks on Tuesday, authorities said. No survivors have been found.

George Santos Ends Comeback Bid for Congress

George Santos Ends Comeback Bid for Congress

Former U.S. Rep. George Santos on Tuesday said he is dropping his longshot bid to return to Congress.

Tennessee Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Armed Teachers

Tennessee Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Armed Teachers

The Tennessee state House passed a bill on Tuesday that would allow teachers who are approved to carry firearms to have handguns in the classrooms.

Beloved Ostrich at Kansas Zoo Dies After Swallowing Worker’s Keys

Beloved Ostrich at Kansas Zoo Dies After Swallowing Worker’s Keys

A beloved ostrich at the Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center in Kansas died after swallowing a staff member’s keys.

Second Victim Dies From Injuries After Stolen Truck Rammed into Texas Office

Second Victim Dies From Injuries After Stolen Truck Rammed into Texas Office

A second person has died after a stolen 18-wheeler was rammed into a Texas public safety office where the driver's commercial license renewal had been rejected, authorities said.

Pentagon Set to Send Initial $1B in Military Aid to Ukraine Once Authorization Signed

Pentagon Set to Send Initial $1B in Military Aid to Ukraine Once Authorization Signed

The Pentagon is ready to send an initial burst of $1 billion package of military aid to Ukraine, U.S. officials said Tuesday as the Senate began debate on long-delayed foreign aid legislation.

Judge Permits Continued Phone Survey of Jury Pool for Man Charged in 4 University of Idaho Student Deaths

Judge Permits Continued Phone Survey of Jury Pool for Man Charged in 4 University of Idaho Student Deaths

Defense attorneys for a man charged in the deaths of four University of Idaho students can resume phone surveys of potential jurors in the case, a judge ruled.

Pecker Testifies He Wanted to Keep Tabloid Agreement With Trump Quiet

Pecker Testifies He Wanted to Keep Tabloid Agreement With Trump Quiet

David Pecker, the National Enquirer's former publisher and a longtime friend of Donald Trump’s, has been the only witness so far in the New York hush money trial. The case resumes Thursday.

Justice Department Announces $138.7M Settlement with Larry Nassar Victims Over Botched FBI Probe

Justice Department Announces $138.7M Settlement with Larry Nassar Victims Over Botched FBI Probe

The U.S. Justice Department announced a $138.7 million settlement with more than 100 people who accused the FBI of mishandling allegations of sexual assault against Larry Nassar in 2015 and 2016.

Murder Charges Filed After Vehicle Crashes into Birthday Party, Killing 2

Murder Charges Filed After Vehicle Crashes into Birthday Party, Killing 2

A Michigan woman has been charged with second-degree murder and other crimes after prosecutors say she drunkenly smashed her SUV into a boat club that was hosting a birthday party.