A former NFL and Georgia Bulldogs star hopes his sports stardom and Trump's endorsement can help unseat a Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock.
The company's also expanding the Victus lineup with a 15-inch model.
The mural on the water tower of the famous American singer-songwriter was shot with a bullet to create an ill-placed hole
The fall of Mariupol to the Russians appeared imminent Tuesday night as Ukrainian soldiers abandon the Azovstal steel mill. Live updates
Following destructive thunderstorms that tore through portions of the Central states last Thursday, AccuWeather forecasters are monitoring the next potential round of severe weather in a similar area. Tranquil weather was in place across the northern Plains and Upper Midwest for days, but the silence was broken in part of the Plains when thunderstorms with high winds and large hail broke out on Tuesday. The zone of storms will shift east and pose a flood threat on Wednesday. Meanwhile, a few sto
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Investors further considered remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that the central bank was set on using its policies to bring down inflation still running at multi-decade highs.
Byrne said that the legendary actor’s ‘words stayed with me’
The European Union’s executive arm moved Wednesday to jump-start plans for the 27-nation bloc to abandon Russian energy amid the Kremlin’s war in Ukraine, proposing a nearly 300 billion-euro ($315 billion) package that includes more efficient use of fuels and faster rollout of renewable power. The European Commission’s investment initiative is meant to help the 27 EU countries start weaning themselves off Russian fossil fuels this year. The goal is to deprive Russia, the EU’s main supplier of oil, natural gas and coal, of tens of billions in revenue and strengthen EU climate policies.
Results from Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho, Kentucky and Oregon primaries. Cawthorn lost to Edwards in NC. Penn GOP Senate race still uncalled.
Mozambique has detected its first case of wild poliovirus in three decades, following an outbreak in neighbouring Malawi in February, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced Wednesday.
‘I don’t need to bribe a client, because they’ll work with me organically,’ the reality star says
You can practice for a job interview with Google AI, Ransomware group threatens to oust Costa Rica's government as crisis deepens, Plant-based whole eggs could be served in US restaurants this year.
Tuesday's primary election results in Pennsylvania and more highlight the limits and the reach of former president Donald Trump in the 2022 midterms.
The annual film festival will see star-studded premieres take place in the coming days
A top Finnish diplomat tells CBS News his country would bolster the transatlantic alliance, but even without membership, Finland has its own "credible deterrence."
The 11-foot-long, more than 550-pound alligator tore through a screen to take a dip in a Florida family's pool.
‘Lizzo change the lyrics now,’ urged one fan
When a shooter attacked a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, over the weekend, its security guard tried to stop him. At least one of his shots hit the gunman, but it didn’t stop the deadly rampage because the gunman was wearing body armor. Ten Black people died in the racist massacre, including security guard Aaron Salter, a retired Buffalo police officer hailed as a hero.
Natalie Le Demola is serving a life term for helping to murder her mother. She allegedly masterminded the $2 million scheme involving mostly COVID-linked unemployment benefits.