The New York Times' Paul Krugman wrote a column on Tuesday touting a new book from Paul Waldman and Tom Schaller titled "White Rural Rage: The Threat to American Democracy" but judging by the responses on Twitter it doesn't seem to have gone as planned.
As Michigan voters went to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots in the Republican and Democratic primaries, a Kent County, Michigan, judge issued a preliminary injunction forcing state GOP Chair Kristina Karamo to give up control of party assets, ruling that she was properly removed from her position in January.
The Israeli prime minister pointed to a recent poll showing 4 out of 5 Americans support Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday responded to President Biden’s mention of a possible cease-fire in Gaza, saying a majority of Americans support Israel continuing its campaign until victory.
Targets included underground weapons storage facilities, one-way attack unmanned aerial systems and air defense systems
A series of airstrikes carried out by the United States and the United Kingdom on Saturday destroyed or damaged 17 of 18 Houthi targets in Yemen, Department of Defense (DoD) officials told Fox News on Tuesday.
Pittsburgh Police Chief Larry Scirotto says changes meant to help serve city more efficiently
Police officers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will no longer respond to lower-priority calls that the bureau says do not require an in-person response, and will instead redirect them to its Telephone Reporting Unit.
Republicans are investigating whether Biden's classified records were related to foreign countries his family did business with
House Republicans have subpoenaed Special Counsel Robert Hur for the transcript and any recordings of President Biden’s interview from the investigation into the president’s mishandling of classified documents.
Jose Ibarra is accused of killing 22-year-old Laken Riley
A nonprofit charity is denying sponsoring a man who was recently charged with killing a Georgia nursing student after a GOP lawmaker accused the group of letting him use its federally funded resources after he entered the U.S. illegally and before he allegedly committed the crime.
Start your day with the latest weather news – Severe storms will be capable of producing large hail, damaging winds and even tornadoes on Tuesday in major cities like Chicago, Detroit and Indianapolis. Plus, the West could get buried in feet of snow while the other half of U.S. will see record warmth.
Hundreds of temperature records – record highs and record-warm lows – are expected to fall through midweek across the Plains and Midwest. On Tuesday, more than 246 million Americans will experience above-average temperatures.