Christie enters a growing Republican primary field that already includes Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley and Tim Scott.
Multiple people were shot at a high school graduation ceremony in Virginia's capital city, according to Scripps News Richmond. The shooting happened as the graduation ceremony for Huguenot High School was wrapping up at Altria Theater in Richmond, near the Virginia Commonwealth University campus.
On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invaded Normandy, France, to fight Nazi Germany in World War II.
2023 NFL AFC, NFC odds: FrontPageBets’ Mike Szvetitz looks at the favorites to play in Super Bowl LVIII
The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles are atop the odds boards for each conference, but they have plenty of company
Blasts at a Soviet-era dam in the Russian controlled part of southern Ukraine on Tuesday unleashed floodwaters across the war zone, according to both Ukrainian and Russian forces who blamed each other for blowing-up the dam.
The most disruptive year in golf ended Tuesday when the PGA Tour and European tour agreed to a merger with Saudi Arabia's golf interests, creating a commercial operation designed to unify professional golf around the world.
Sonia Rincon reports on the investigation into the plane crash that killed four people heading to Long Island.
The former New Jersey governor once voiced his support for Donald Trump, but is now looking to run against him. CBS2's John Dias reports.
The settlement announcement came as jury selection was about to begin Tuesday in federal court.
A day after the Securities and Exchange Commission accused Binance of deceptive tactics, conflicts of interest and evasion of law, the regulatory watchdog sued Coinbase in federal court in New York on Tuesday, alleging that it broke securities rules in the United States by acting as an unreg…
The pilot of a business jet that flew over Washington and crashed in a remote part of Virginia appeared to be slumped over and unresponsive, three U.S. officials said Monday, recounting observations by fighter pilots who intercepted the wayward flight.
A major dam and hydro-electric power plant in Russian-occupied southern Ukraine was destroyed, prompting mass evacuations and fears of large-scale devastation as Ukraine accused Moscow's forces of committing an act of "ecocide." The Kremlin denied involvement and accused Ukraine of "delibera…
Janice Yu reports on the case against actor Cuba Gooding, Jr. from outside Manhattan Federal Court.
A Black mother of 4 was shot and killed by a neighbor. Her family wants the woman who shot her arrested.
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A long trek across the desert of northeastern Niger brings visitors to one of the most astonishing and rewarding sights in the Sahel: fortified villages of salt and clay built on rocks, besieged by the Sahara sands.
Apple on Monday unveiled a long-rumored headset that will place its users between the virtual and real world, while also testing the technology trendsetter's ability to popularize new-fangled devices after others failed to capture the public's imagination.
Many Afghan refugees are stateless and homeless, but sport can be a way to put down roots and even launch a career.
Crocodiles are amazing creatures. While they might be scary, and for good reason, they've survived on this earth for 200 million years against all odds and adapted to their surroundings in incredible, evolutionary ways. Now, a crocodile park in Dubai welcomes visitors to learn more about the…
Costa Rica's Monteverde "cloud forest' may soon no longer be worthy of the name – climate change means there are increasingly fewer clouds, drying out the forest and threatening its flora and fauna. With June 5 marking the UN's World Environment Day, France 24 takes a closer look at the thre…
Robert Philip Hanssen, who received payments of $1.4 million in cash and diamonds for the information he gave the Soviet Union and Russia, has died, the Federal Bureau of Prisons announced Monday. CNN's Josh Campbell breaks down the damage he caused the US over his more than 20-year span spy…
Former Vice President Mike Pence filed paperwork on Monday declaring his campaign for president in 2024, setting up a challenge to his former boss, Donald Trump, just two years after their time in the White House ended with an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol and Pence fleeing for his life. …
Loved ones and admirers are holding international commemorations Monday for British journalist Dom Phillips and Brazilian Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira, who were murdered a year ago while documenting environmental crimes in the Amazon rainforest.