Gunman who opened fire after Virginia high school graduation targeted graduate, Richmond police say
Missouri governor signs bill banning gender-affirming care for transgender minors, some adults
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Florida official says migrants flown to California went willingly, disputes claims of coercion
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ administration says three dozen migrants whom the state flew from the southern border to California on private planes went willingly.
Seven people shot outside high school graduation in Virginia
Seven people were shot and several more were injured in a shooting that took place outside a high school graduation ceremony in Richmond, Virginia, on Tuesday evening, authorities said.
Canada wildfires lead to air-quality alerts in northeastern US
Smoky, hazy skies were reported across the northeastern US on Tuesday, prompting official warnings, as a result of a number of wildfires burning in Canada.
Grand jury in Florida hints at unknown complexities in Trump documents inquiry
The grand jury in Florida is separate from the one that has been sitting for months in Washington and has been the center of activity for prosecutors as they investigate whether Trump mishandled classified documents after leaving office or obstructed efforts to retrieve them.
McCarthy rebuffs Senate plan to boost Ukraine aid, other military spending
"If they think they're writing a supplemental because they want to go around an agreement we just made, it's not going anywhere," the House speaker said of defense hawks in the Senate.
For Christie, winning would be great. Beating Trump would be a close second.
The former New Jersey governor and supporter of Donald Trump frames his campaign as an essential effort to extricate the Republican Party from the grip of the former president.
Judge sides with families fighting Florida’s ban on gender care for minors
The federal judge ruled specifically that three transgender children can be prescribed puberty blockers despite the new state law.
Atlanta votes to fund police training center critics call ‘Cop City’
The City Council vote, at 5:30 in the morning, followed more than 14 hours of emotional testimony in which most speakers adamantly opposed the project.