ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis-based lawyer for one of the men charged with participating in the U.S. Capitol riot last week says President Donald Trump should pardon his client because he was following Trump's instructions. Lawyer Albert Watkins said in an interview Thursday that Trump invited Jacob A. Chansley and other supporters of the president to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol on ...
(The Center Square) – The federal deficit in the first three months of the budget year is 60.7 percent higher than over the same time period as last year, a record-breaking $572.9 billion.
As vaccines roll out across the state and become available to more of its population, Wyoming health officials are tasked with getting as many people inoculated as possible with the available doses.
Citing unnamed sources, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported that Trump overturned the Air Force secretary's recommendation of Peterson Air Force Base as a political favor to supporters in Alabama.
(The Center square) – The Centers for Disease Control has published several fact sheets and information online to inform health care administrators about the COVID-19 vaccine, including a list of people who should not take it.
After prosecutors alleged Kyle Rittenhouse was flashing white power signs during a recent visit to a tavern, his defense attorney called the state’s actions “a not-so-thinly veiled attempt to inject the issue of race” into the case.
A Laurel man, who federal officials said was seen in photographs carrying a Confederate flag inside the U.S. Capitol, has been arrested in connection with last week's insurrection.
During Kyle Rittenhouse’s recent visit to a Racine County tavern, he drank beer, flashed white power signs while posing for photos, and was serenaded with the Proud Boys anthem, according to documents filed by prosecutors Wednesday.
(The Center Square) – New unemployment claims soared to nearly 1 million last week, the latest sign that the U.S. economy continues to struggle to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Jennifer Clark said Oklahoma is on pace this month to outstrip December metrics "by quite a bit," even with delays in reporting. She expects January to be at least close to double what the state experienced in December.
Jan. 14—ST. LOUIS — As a certified nurse assistant at the Estates of Spanish Lake nursing home, Shunda Whitfield is among the only Missouri residents being offered the vaccine for COVID-19. National guidelines call for first vaccinating "patient-facing" health care personnel as well as nursing home residents and staff before moving on to other high-risk populations and essential workers. ...
The Morgantown Police Department has increased patrols in the vicinity of local mosques and synagogues following a reported interaction at an apartment complex in Granville on Wednesday, according to an MPD officer.
"It just seemed like a normal Wednesday," Madison native Karlin Younger said. "How could I possibly be looking at a bomb?"