You're not alone if you're dreading this inbox greeting right now.
Newly released emails show Rochester police commanders urged city officials to hold off on releasing bodycam footage.
That "hope you're doing well" from work colleagues has become more personal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Multiple corporations reached out to Gov. Bill Lee's administration, and warned the state's reputation would suffer if the religious liberty law were signed.
The New Orleans Saints are seeking to keep private hundreds of emails allegedly showing that executives did damage control for the local archdiocese.
Emails show that Iowa Department of Human Services Director Jerry Foxhoven routinely sent messages to employees lauding the rapper even after at least one complained to lawmakers.
Hundreds of unread emails awaited me after a vacation. Here's how to fix that before you leave.
Federal investigators found fewer than 100 emails on government matters sent to and from the education secretary's personal accounts.
Charles C. Johnson, a Holocaust denier, had a surprising and markedly informal exchange with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in 2018.
Here's how to make the ending of your email count. Sincerely.