Many job seekers are weighing multiple job offers in a labor market that is still scorching despite signs of a slowdown
A group of artisans are opening doors for more LGBTQ and female woodworkers to enter the industry.
Tom Cruise just shot past 60. Why this milestone birthday (July 3) is a victory for everyone after his ageless "Top Gun: Maverick" performance.
Russia claimed Sunday to have overwhelmed the last major city in Luhansk as it continues its assault on the battered nation's eastern Donbas region.
USA TODAY has answers to the questions stranded passengers are asking, from what the airline owes you to how to find a place to stay on short notice.
"I've got a couple years left in me. If Tom Brady can play in his 40s, I can make it to my 40s doing this," competitive eater Joey Chestnut says.
Two Trump White House aides publicly question whether a top Secret Service official is lying to protect the former President
If you're waking up in a daze this morning, you might be one of the many Americans who celebrated Fourth of July weekend with a drink (or several).
Jace Ward had 1 goal when he died of a brain tumor a year ago: to make the path easier for others. A year later, his mother still pursues that dream.
The Akron Police Department is expected to provide details of the shooting, including body camera footage, at a news conference Sunday.
Colin is expected to continue to produce heavy rainfall and maximum sustained winds of about 40 miles per hour in North Carolina over the weekend.
In order to bring more awareness and understanding to monkeypox, we spoke to people who either experienced it or got vaccinated against it.
An armed man last month allegedly made threats against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh near the justice's suburban Washington, D.C., home.
Whitney Austin was shot 12 times when a gunman appeared at her workplace. She remains a supporter of guns, while also working to keep streets safe.
The tiny Kentucky town of Allen is mourning the deaths of 3 officers killed Thursday night in a shooting incident described as "pure hell."
An Ohio 10-year-old girl is among many who have been forced to seek abortions in states like Indiana after Roe was overturned.
Kentucky Democrats told the USA TODAY Network that the plan to nominate the GOP judge was part of a secret deal between Biden and Mitch McConnell.
Abortions are illegal in Texas again, now that the state Supreme Court blocked a court order permitting abortions after Roe v. Wade was overturned.
With Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant potentially on their way out, Brooklyn is on the verge of an implosion that sets the franchise back five seasons.
Pro-abortion and anti-abortion activists are both trying to win over voters in battlegrounds states in the next fight over abortion rights.
June primary battles covered some of the most important and largest states in the country, including Georgia, California, Nevada and more.
Four of the 10 metros with the highest share of price drops are among the 10 places where prices increased most during the pandemic.
The 4th of July quickly approaches—are you ready? Here's everything you need to travel, go to the beach, barbecue and more.
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The Jan. 6 committee hearings revealed more about what Donald Trump did as the Capitol attack unfolded and the hours he was out of public view.
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Consumers cutting spending faster than expected due to inflation sends alarm bells about the economy. Some now see recession sooner rather than later.
Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement Thursday makes the Supreme Court the most demographically diverse, but conservative opinions are still likely to dominate.
In exclusive interviews with USA TODAY, seven lawmakers detail why the Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade is so personal - and why they want to save abortion rtights.
Farmers in this California community are idling croplands. Workers are moving. This once wetland for millions of migrating birds is a lonelier area.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, TikTok and Instagram filled with abortion stories and information on resources like at-home pills.
Fourth of July festivities at the White House have celebrated patriotism, America's servicemembers and first responders, and more.
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Russian strikes have destroyed residential buildings, hospitals and schools. These images show Ukraine's devastated areas.
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