Live from a news conference attended by the family of victim Ruth Whitfield and civil rights activist/attorney Benjamin Crump following a mass shooting where 13 were shot, 10 fatally.
The leaked U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion that would throw out the court’s Roe v. Wade ruling has sent people into the streets around the nation. Around 1,000 people gathered in front of the Supreme Court in Washington Tuesday. One demonstrator carried a sign declaring, “If men could get pregnant, abortions would be available at every ATM.” At a rally in Manhattan, New York state Attorney General Letitia James announced that she had an abortion nearly two decades ago. Smaller protests were held in Austin, Texas; Los Angeles and San Francisco in California and elsewhere.
The deputy commander of the Azov Regiment says he's glad evacuations had begun at a steel mill where civilians and fighters have holed up in the last section of Mariupol not controlled by the Russians. The Azov Regiment is helping defend the Azovstal steel mill. Deputy Commander Sviastoslav Palamar said Sunday he hopes the evacuation will continue until all civilians and soldiers are evacuated. Palamar says the area is strewn with rubble, mines, rockets, artillery shells and unexploded cluster ordinance. And he says the presence of children and civilians makes it harder to fight.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has urged Russian troops not to fight in Ukraine. Zelenskyy spoke in Russian during a portion of his nightly video address. He said Russia has been recruiting new troops with little motivation and little combat experience. He accused Russian commanders of lying to the soldiers. Zelenskyy said Russian commanders fully understand that thousands of the soldiers will die and thousands more will be wounded in the coming weeks. Zelenskyy said Russian soldiers can still save their own lives. He said it is better for them to survive in Russia than to die in Ukraine.
The Senate has confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, shattering a historic barrier by securing her place as the first Black female justice and giving President Joe Biden a bipartisan endorsement for his effort to diversify the court.
Follow the latest scores and updates, as the South Carolina Gamecocks face the Connecticut Huskies in the women's NCAA championship game.
Follow the latest scores and updates from the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Plus, check your bracket and get background on teams and players.
Ketanji Brown Jackson delved quickly into big questions on judicial philosophy, terrorism and race in a grueling marathon of debate. Watch the replay here.
Students at Heartland Community College are at the "forefront of the electric vehicle revolution," U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Saturday.
Watch live as President Joe Biden tries to talk anxious Americans through the challenges of delivering on his lengthy to-do list as he holds a rare news conference to mark his first year in office.
Former suburban Minneapolis police officer Kim Potter has said she meant to draw her Taser instead of her gun when she shot the 20-year-old Wright as he was trying to drive away. Watch the trial live.
Waukesha, Wisconsin, Police Chief Dan Thompson with the latest from the investigation into the incident in which a driver plowed through the city's Christmas parade.
Attorneys in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial are set to deliver closing arguments Monday before handing the case to the jury. Watch the proceedings here.
After Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday, his defense attorneys are continuing to call other witnesses this week. Watch the proceedings here.
The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is continuing for the second week in Kenosha. Watch the proceedings here.