Known as "La Belle Époque," France's golden age at the turn of the 20th century was a period of cultural and economic growth — but it all ended with the outbreak of the Great War.
Between 1871 and 1914, France entered a golden era, a period that saw transformative developments in nearly every field: art, design, industry, technology, medicine, education, travel, entertainment, and even nightlife.
First hearing out of impeachment inquiry against Biden begins Thursday at 10 am
House Republicans on Thursday morning are set to hold their first impeachment inquiry public hearing, where they will present all evidence uncovered to date as part of their investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings while examining "the value" of the inquiry.
Menendez's PAC showered numerous Democrat politicians with campaign money
While some Democrat lawmakers have disclosed they are parting ways with New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez's donations following his indictment, others have remained silent on his contributions to their committees.
One Indiana teacher said armed educators in the state could provide a 'timely response to threats'
Indiana's schools are increasingly adopting policies that allow teachers to carry firearms, a move that experts say could improve response times but may also pose unnecessary risks to students and educators.
Seven candidates desperately seeking to loosen Donald Trump's grip on the Republican presidential nomination squared off for their second debate Wednesday, clawing at each other for airtime but sparingly taking shots at the frontrunner and former president who keeps ignoring them.
Republican presidential candidates are on the debate stage tonight for the second time ahead of the 2024 primary.
Follow along here with the USA TODAY Fact Check Team as we dig into candidates' claims and add context on expected campaign themes, including election fraud, the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, the war in Ukraine and more.
LONDON — Veteran actor Michael Gambon, who was known to many for his portrayal of Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore in six of the eight "Harry Potter" films, has died, his publicist said Thursday. He was 82.
A statement by his family, issued by his publicist, said he died following "a bout of pneumonia."
Jason Billingsley, the suspect accused of killing beloved Baltimore tech CEO Pava LaPere, has been taken into custody, authorities say.
The Baltimore Police Department confirmed the development in the dayslong search for Billingsley early Thursday morning. Details about his apprehension will be released at a news conference scheduled for 11 a.m., according to the police department.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation found the remains of Suzanne Morphew, the mother who went for a bike ride on Mother’s Day 2020 and never returned, the agency announcedProsecutors dropped the charges after they were barred by a judge from calling most of their key witnesses for repeatedly failing to follow rules for turning over evidence in his favor. That included DNA from an unknown male linked to sexual assault cases in other states, which was found in Suzanne Morphew’s SUV, raising the possibility of another suspect being involved.
The Senate unanimously passed a formal dress code Wednesday, requiring business attire on the chamber floor, including a coat, tie and slacks for men.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., had quietly changed the dress code last week to allow casual dress, sparking backlash from both sides of the aisle. Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., was at the center of the clothing controversy, known for his more laid-back wardrobe of shorts and a hoodie.