The United States is repositioning 200 marines to Lithuania from Norway as part of Washington’s response to Russia’s war in Ukraine.
A federal judge on March 18 blocked a Washington, D.C., law that allowed children in the nation’s capital to receive a vaccine without parental consent.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Schoolchildren in California, Oregon and Washington will no longer be required to wear masks as part of new indoor mask policies the Democratic governors of all three states announced jointly on Monday.
One of the U.S. trucker convoys planning to leave this week plans on shutting down traffic on the Capital Beltway outside Washington.
Washington’s mayor is dropping the city’s private business COVID-19 vaccine mandate but keeping masking requirements in place for schools.
If you live in the heart of the South, you might be dreaming of a rare snowy weekend.
SEOUL—Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, said on Sunday that if South Korea carries out a planned joint military exercise with the United States it will damage the resolve of the two Koreas to rebuild relations, state media KCNA reported.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) confirmed Thursday that she was arrested as she engaged in a voting protest in Washington.
WASHINGTON—General Motors Co said Wednesday it will cut some truck production in North America because of the ongoing global semiconductor shortage.
WASHINGTON—President Joe Biden welcomed Tom Brady and the Super Bowl-winning Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the White House on Tuesday.