Senate votes to keep 2001 authorization for war on terror
The Senate has voted overwhelmingly to continue congressional authorization for the use of military force in the global fight against terror, turning back an effort by Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul to repeal the 2001 measure.
Trump waits out grand jury as New York braces for protests
A New York grand jury investigating Donald Trump over a hush money payment to a porn star appears poised to complete its work soon as law enforcement officials made preparations for possible unrest in the event of an indictment.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing the first federal limits for harmful “forever chemicals” in drinking water.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order aiming to increase the number of background checks to buy guns.
Los Angeles prosecutors say they will not retry Harvey Weinstein on rape and sexual assault charges involving two women.
A Russian missile has struck an apartment building in the center of the Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk.
Ohio has filed a lawsuit against railroad Norfolk Southern to make sure it pays for the cleanup and environmental damage caused by a fiery train derailment on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border last month.
By Anna Bahney and Chris Isidore, CNN
The UK Treasury and the Bank of England have “facilitated the sale? of Silicon Valley Bank UK to HSBC, ensuring the security of 6.7 billion pounds ($8.1 billion) of deposits.