At least one person was down, two people familiar with the shooting told the Associated Press.
The attorney general's report could play a large role in the ongoing inquiry in the state Assembly into whether there are grounds for Cuomo's...
MedStar is screening, on average, 92.3 patients per day for COVID-19 symptoms, up from 64.3 earlier in July and up from 49.4 in June.
Bronze medalist Ana Peleteiro and silver medalist Ray Zapata said they should be celebrated for succeeding while representing the country at the Games.
PepsiCo will have a 39% non-controlling stake in a newly formed joint venture in the deal with PAI Partners.
Asked if there was anything she would change about her experience in Japan, Simone Biles shook her head. “Nothing,” she said. “I would change...
Karsten Warholm of Norway obliterated his own world record in the Olympic 400-meter hurdles.
SB 1697 allows parents to have a child repeat a school grade, or, if in high school, repeat a course. Experts remind parents to...
Oklahoma and Texas are expected to leave the Big 12 in 2025 for the SEC.
A judge for the King County Superior Court in Washington state signed the dissolution decree, ending the 27-year marriage.
“We want to make sure we have the right space to be able to respond correctly,” said Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director of Catholic...
Many kids just finished up the first day of school, and other are starting school next week.
Although studies show people who had COVID-19 and survived have some level of immunity, public health agencies still recommend they get vaccinated.
Two leading obstetricians’ groups recently recommended COVID-19 shots for all pregnant women, citing concerns over rising cases and low vaccination rates.
State officials are telling hospitals to ask cities and counties for COVID relief funds to pay for needed staff
Giant pandas have difficulty breeding and their pregnancies are notoriously difficult to follow. The zoo says the babies “are very lively, pink and plump.”
A Supreme Court decision from June made clear that any future CDC eviction moratoriums would be struck down without action from Congress first.
The milestone comes just under a month after President Joe Biden's goal of July 4.
The requirement follows recent CDC guidelines and goes into effect Tuesday. Masks will be "strongly recommended" for shoppers.