Psaki is going to take an on-air role at MSNBC.
Amazon warehouse workers in Staten Island, New York have made history as the first successful U.S. organizing effort in the company’s 27-year existence.
The Taliban warned farmers that they would burn their crops and jail them if they continue to harvest poppies, which is a drug crop that produces opium.
Sarah Palin is running a campaign for Alaska’s Congress seat that Rep. Don Young just vacated.
No. 8 North Carolina beat Duke 81-77 to advance to play Kansas for the NCAA title.
Lithuania has “has completely abandoned Russian gas” because of “Russia’s energy blackmail in Europe and the war in Ukraine.”
Multi-Grammy winner John Legend said Black music culture has shaped him and “so much of the world’s popular music.”
The national rail network faced the problem over a software glitch that show no indications of being caused by a cyberattack.
There will be a 40 miles per gallon minimum in four years in order to help reduce gas consumption.
Elevated levels of a cancer-causing chemical, benzene, were found in some product samples.