In a recent poll, only 8% of Americans believe the current state of the economy is "very good," while a substantial 35% describe it as "very bad."
A judge has ruled Hunter Biden must come to court in person in his firearms case.
Authorities are shedding new light on the case of a missing mother and her children in Virginia.
The Oregon State Hospital says it's taking immediate action after admonishment from a federal regulatory agency over its failure to properly secure a vehicle.
General Motors and Stellantis announced fresh layoffs Wednesday that they blamed on damage from the United Auto Workers strike.
In June, the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action, an admissions practice that allowed universities to consider an applicant’s race.
A person of interest in an Illinois quadruple murder is now dead, and a second person of interest has been seriously injured, authorities said Wednesday.
It was a full house Wednesday morning at St. Thomas University, packed with students and faculty for the authors of the book.