Leaked Supreme Court Roe draft opinion sets stage for 2022 midtermsDemocrats on Monday night sounded the alarm after Politico published a leaked draft opinion that suggested the Supreme Court appeared ready to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
Special grand jury considering Trump election interference in Georgia convenesFulton County District Attorney Fani Willis asked a panel of judges in January for the special grand jury because of "information indicating a reasonable probability" that the election "was subject to possible criminal disruptions."
Star Of 'Mad Men' Robert Morse, Dies At 90Robert Morse, a  Broadway star best known to TV viewers as "Mad Men" boss Bertram Cooper, has died. He was 90.
Frank James, suspect in Brooklyn subway shooting, arrested in New YorkThe suspect in Tuesday's violent rampage in New York City's subway system has been arrested, authorities announced Wednesday afternoon.
Police seek U-Haul after 17 hurt in subway mass shooting, smoke bomb attackAt least 17 people were injured in a shooting and smoke bomb attack on board a subway train in New York, on Tuesday morning, authorities said.
More Americans prefer daylight saving time to standard time - CBS News pollMore Americans prefer permanent daylight saving time to permanent standard time, but not overwhelmingly so.
BBB reports skyrocketing number of cryptocurrency scam victimsCryptocurrency is now a popular way to send and receive digital money and invest in your retirement. It’s also gaining popularity with scammers looking to drain your bank accounts.
Former Atlanta news reporter heads to Poland to help Ukrainian refugeesA former Atlanta television reporter traveled to Eastern Poland, near the Ukrainian border, to do what he could to help in person.
Bruce Willis "stepping away" from acting due to aphasia diagnosisAcclaimed actor Bruce Willis is "stepping away" from his career due to a recent diagnosis of aphasia, his family said Wednesday. 
FDA authorizes second booster of COVID vaccine for ages 50 and overThe Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it has authorized a new round of the Moderna or Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines.
Madeleine Albright, first woman to serve as U.S. secretary of state, dies at 84Madeleine Albright, the 64th U.S. secretary of state and the first woman to ever serve in the role, has died of cancer, her family said. She was 84.
Take A Look At Who Is Presenting At The OscarsHere's who is presenting at the Oscars so far.
Volodymyr Zelensky Series Is Streaming On Netflix Foreshadowing His PresidencyNetflix is streaming the Volodymyr Zelensky series that foreshadowed his Ukrainian presidency.
'Terror and anguish' persist one year after killings at Atlanta-area spasPresident Joe Biden on Wednesday remembered the victims of the shootings at three massage businesses in Georgia a year earlier and decried racism, misogyny and gun violence.
Fake Heiress Anna Sorokin Is Facing DeportationThe real-life 'Inventing Anna' is facing deportation.