Salazar’s suspension comes nearly three months after former high school track phenom Mary Cain went public with accusations about abuse.
Hannah Roemhild, 30, faces charges of assault on a federal officer and deadly assault on law enforcement.
U.S. citizens from parts of China will undergo entry health screenings and will be monitored during a 14-day self-quarantine, officials said.
Old Bay seasoning has taken things to a new height with Old Bay Hot Sauce, and naturally the USA Today Video team had to give their first impressions.
George Soros is accusing Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg of conspiring with Trump to help the president win re-election. Facebook denies it.
USA TODAY Sports’ panel of NFL experts is divided on whether the Super Bowl winner will be the 49ers or the Chiefs, though an MVP favorite emerges.
Kobe Bryant was accused of rape in 2003, and on Friday, the attorney for the woman said his client would not be speaking publicly about Bryant.
There will no longer be a donor threshold, one the criteria that prevented Bloomberg from making onto the Iowa debate stage.
Officials will suspend overseas visas for nationals of Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar and Nigeria. Sudanese and Tanzanian nationals face restrictions.
An IRS audit over taxes is about half as likely as it was five years ago. Even so, two groups face higher rates than others.
Amateur photographers in Finland have discovered a new form of aurora, scientists announced in a new study published this week.
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The case adds to a growing number of them that have been filed against hotel operators and chains nationwide.
The company that provides 911 services to police departments in most of Michigan is investigating the outage that lasted about five hours.
Democrats are trying to convince at least four GOP senators to join them in demanding witnesses in the trial. If they don’t, the trial likely ends.