A Utah man's futile search for the famed Forrest Fenn treasure in Yellowstone National Park could land him in prison for up to 12 years, according to federal prosecutors.
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Senator Kelly Loeffler took to Twitter Thursday to concede the special runoff election to Reverend Raphael Warnock.
Richard "Dick" Thornburgh, a former Republican governor of Pennsylvania who went on to serve as US attorney general under two presidents, has died at age 88, according to an announcement from the Pennsylvania governor's office.
Every year, high school seniors anxiously wait for college admissions letters, hoping they get accepted into their dream schools. Ahmed Muhammad was one of them.
After the first cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in the United States on January 20, it took almost 100 days to reach 1 million infections. Now, the country has added more than 1 million cases to its grim total in just five days.
A professor who died last year left $350,000 to the university where she worked for more than four decades.
The Navajo Nation, which spans parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, has 34 communities with "uncontrolled spread" of Covid-19, its president's office said in a statement.
Mississippi's new state flag will feature the magnolia flower after the state in a historic move this summer parted with its decades-old banner that included a Confederate battle emblem.
The Aguirre family was living the American dream. Then came the coronavirus nightmare.
One of the two Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies attacked by an unknown gunman Saturday has been released from the hospital.