The White House has reportedly indicated President Trump would sign the resolution as long as lawmakers don't tack on other provisions.
The Duncan Police Department confirmed two men and a woman were fatally shot outside the store Monday morning.
The Pentagon had recommended against clearing the officers because it could undermine the integrity of the military's judicial process.
United had previously grounded its fleet of Boeing 737 Max jets through Jan. 5.
Chicago's homeless public school students will now have a chance to work with advocates to help them stay in school and find housing resources.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said the 16-year-old suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
New evidence in Rodney Reed's case has cast doubt on whether he is actually guilty of the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites.
The Wall Street Journal reports federal prosecutors are looking into whether Rudy Giuliani stood to profit from a Ukrainian natural gas pipeline.
The president's longtime associate was convicted of lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing a congressional committee proceeding.
Saugus High School has an extensive safety plan, which may have helped victims immediately after the shooting.
A D.C. appeals court recently declined for a second time to block a subpoena issued by the Manhattan DA seeking the president's tax returns.
A former insurance executive was given six months in prison, two years of supervised release, 200 community service hours and a fine.
New Jersey's Department of Labor says Uber owes it $523 million in unemployment and disability insurance taxes and up to $119 million in fines.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin conceded after a recanvass showed he trailed his opponent, Andy Beshear, by more than 5,000 votes.
Several utility companies will be investigated after they proactively cut power to millions of people in an effort to prevent wildfires.
The store where 22 people were killed in August opened its doors Thursday for the first time since the shooting.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan visited the White House roughly a month after the U.S. withdrew from northern Syria and Turkey swept in.
Multiple outlets report Deval Patrick told friends and snior Democrats he plans to run, despite missing primary filing deadlines in two states.
A federal court found U.S. border officials had searched electronic devices without reasonable suspicion of a crime, violating the Constitution.
We confirmed two more users of Iron March were active duty U.S. military personnel during their time using the neo-Nazi forum.
The Carter Center says he'll stay in the hospital "as long as advisable," but that there were no complications.
The former South Carolina governor said the impeachment inquiry into President Trump has made policy discussion "impossible right now."
Former Ambassador Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent will testify together Wednesday morning.
Mayor Steven Reed says he'll work to raise teachers' and first responders' salaries and "reinvest in" Montgomery's neighborhoods.
The high court won't hear the gun-maker's appeal in a lawsuit brought by the families of Sandy Hook shooting victims.
Bloomberg reports PG&E is offering $13.5 billion to people affected by fires that were sparked by the company's power lines.
Marquis Jefferson, the father of a woman killed in her home by police last month, has died of a heart attack at the age of 58.