Real estate referral site UpNest examined household wealth by generation using Federal Reserve data that goes back to 1989.
Two Canadians detained by China for nearly three years have been released, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday night.
The search for a missing man turned into a recovery operation after his half-brother was found dead at Yellowstone National Park, the park service said Friday.
A Louisiana coroner has identified the remains found inside a 504-pound alligator as Timothy Satterlee Sr., 71, who went missing last month as he walked in floodwaters following Hurricane Ida.
A school board meeting in Idaho to discuss a temporary mask mandate was canceled Friday due to "security concerns" related to the size of a crowd of people protesting the proposed requirement.
Criminal charges, including four counts of involuntary manslaughter, have been filed against California utility Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) over last year's deadly Zogg Fire, which killed four people and destroyed hundreds of buildings, a Shasta County prosecutor announced Friday.
A Washington, DC, police officer and a police lieutenant were indicted Friday in connection with the death of a 20-year-old man, the Justice Department announced.
As New York City became inundated with record rainfall earlier this month and dozens found themselves in danger of drowning, a pair of police officers made sure a stranded driver in the middle of Central Park would make it out alive.
PALM BAY, Florida (WFOR) -- A Palm Bay police officer took a selfie with an alligator emerging from a storm drain.
The task of accommodating 10,000 Afghan refugees, including approximately 2,000 pregnant women, is putting facilities at Ramstein airbase in Germany under tremendous strain as nighttime temperatures drop toward freezing and what was meant to be a 10-day temporary stay is stretching into week…
President Joe Biden generally does not expect to assert executive privilege to shield Trump-era records from being seen by a congressional committee investigating the January 6 insurrection attempt, the White House said on Friday.
Thousands of New York City teachers may not be in the classroom come Tuesday morning because they have not been vaccinated against coronavirus.
Jurors on Friday began their deliberations in R. Kelly's federal trial in Brooklyn, where he faces racketeering and sex trafficking charges.
The mother of Jelani Day, an Illinois graduate student whose body was identified nearly a month after he was reported missing, is criticizing the way authorities handled her son's case.
Phil, from Life With Malamutes, has been by his human baby sister's side from the moment she was born. Watch the moment he tucks her in during bedtime 💙
After several days of living in squalid conditions under the Del Rio International Bridge, the last remaining migrants departed a makeshift camp there just before noon local time on Friday.
A New York judge has ordered the Trump Organization to submit a report next week to the New York Attorney General in an effort to resolve a long-running dispute over subpoenas for records, according to an unsealed order.
"The View" host Sunny Hostin and guest host Ana Navarro both tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of an interview with Vice President Kamala Harris, sending the show's remaining hosts into a live-on-television scramble to fill airtime while the show adjusted its plans.
Marines' gesture moves a woman to tears, Nicole Richie's birthday celebration got hotter than expected, and a "very well behaved" pup interrupts a reporter's live shot. These are the must-watch videos of the week.
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin plans to appeal his conviction earlier this year on charges in the murder of George Floyd.
Fostering one puppy is a lot of work... but what happens when you have three of them? Watch how fast these spunky pups grow up!
Apple officially launched its next-generation iPhone 13 line on Friday, with four new smartphones hitting shelves and shipping to customers who secured their orders early.
Global scientists reported in August that due to the climate crisis, droughts that may have occurred only once every decade or so now happen 70% more frequently. The increase is particularly apparent in the Western US, which is currently in the the throes of a historic, multiyear drought tha…
Health officials in the United States have said Covid-19 vaccine boosters can begin for older and higher-risk people there. But at least 15 countries around the world -- most of them in Africa -- have yet to give at least one vaccine dose to more than 3% of their population.
The loved ones of people who died when a Surfside, Florida, condo building partially collapsed called on officials to make the site a memorial to victims.
Los Angeles will not be required to provide shelter or housing to homeless people living on the city's Skid Row, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday, effectively vacating another court's order to do so by next month.
The eastern city of Jalalabad in Afghanistan has seen a spate of attacks against the Taliban this week by the group IS Khorasan (ISIS-K), an affiliate of ISIS.
Hurricane Sam is gathering in the Atlantic, marking the 18th named storm of the season. It's set to become a major hurricane, but we still don't know where exactly it will go.
Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley announced on Friday that he will run for reelection, further solidifying Republican chances of holding the seat in 2022.
After a rough month for President Joe Biden, Republicans think they have more than historical precedent on their side to retake the Senate in 2022.
Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont was arrested on the Italian island of Sardinia on Thursday on charges related to his activities in Catalonia's failed bid in 2017 to secede from Spain, a court official and his lawyer told CNN.
The search for Brian Laundrie, who according to a source left behind his wallet and cell phone when last seen departing his parents' home 10 days ago, ended on Friday at a nature reserve in southwestern Florida and will resume on Saturday, as new details emerged about the case.
A gunman who killed a woman and wounded at least 14 other people at a western Tennessee Kroger before apparently killing himself this week was a third-party vendor for the store, police said Friday.
With China facing a looming demographic crisis, the government last month passed into law a three-child policy raising the permitted limit on family sizes.
Taiwan on Thursday accused China of "bullying" after Beijing sent a total of 24 warplanes into its air defense identification zone (ADIZ), the third-largest incursion in the past two years of heightened tensions between Beijing and Taipei.
The final report produced by Cyber Ninjas, the company hired by Arizona Senate Republicans to conduct a months-long, partisan review of the 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County in the 2020 election, shows that the results of reviewers' hand recount are nearly identical to the county's tally.
The House has voted to approve the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2022 with wide bipartisan support. The bill, which sets the guidelines for defense policy, authorizes spending in line with the Pentagon's priorities, though it does not appropriate the spending itself.
Just yards from where thousands of migrants are waiting to be processed by American immigration authorities at the US-Mexico border in Del Rio, Texas, a new field hospital has opened up.
The select committee investigating the January 6 riot at the US Capitol issued its first round of subpoenas Thursday, targeting close aides and allies of former President Donald Trump.
A southern Pennsylvania school board has reversed its decision to ban anti-racism books and resources.
The US Justice Department on Thursday announced that a federal grand jury indicted a former Louisiana State Police officer for allegedly using excessive force with a flashlight against a Black motorist, the department said in a news release.
The coroner of LaSalle County, Illinois, on Thursday identified a body found earlier this month as missing graduate student Jelani Day.
A coalition of Texas abortion providers went back to the Supreme Court Thursday, asking the justices to expedite a review of the state law that bars abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.
(The Center Square) – Top law enforcement officials in Georgia are calling for mandatory minimum sentences for offenders to reduce rising crime in the state.