To one Louisiana woman, the true spirit of the holiday includes not being accused of occult worship.
New York's governor, after studying the issue that became part of a hard-fought primary election, said he wants marijuana legalized by early 2019.
Most Americans live in urban areas. But rural life would be their No. 1 preference, given the choice.
Being stuck in peak traffic won’t be the joy of Christmas.
The neighbor's kindness brought many to tears
James Maloney, an amateur martial artist, had been fighting the case pro se for nearly 15 years. In that time, it made a cameo in Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearing.
The ruling by a federal appeals court means that the case will be sent back to a district court to resolve the fate of the suspended Bible in the Schools program in the Mercer County public school system.
A judicial council said it no longer has the authority to review his conduct because he is no longer on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
Several members of two advisory committees, which met jointly, described their 12-to-11 vote as a message to the government that the fast-acting antidote must be made more widely available, at lower cost and with fewer barriers to obtaining it.
It took police 28 years – and the help of brave woman – to crack a vicious murder in Washington.
Pointing to Icke's history of anti-Semitism, observers asked why the newspaper had relayed Walker's recommendation to its readers without qualification.
TOWN SQUARE | Zillow study shows that renters with high debt qualify for far fewer homes than those without.
“There are no words that can express the grief, the sense of loss," Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Monday. "It just knocks you back on your heels.”
Maria Lila Meza Castro and her five children were among several asylum seekers who showed up at the Otay Mesa port of entry.
Roger Stone admitted in a legal settlement that he printed false statements on InfoWars about Guo Wengui, a Chinese businessman, raising new questions about Stone's truthfulness in other matters.
Bahia Amawi, a speech pathologist who’s worked as a contractor in Texas, for nine years, declined to sign the new contract.
“We are deeply sorry for the harm we have caused to victims and their families," the Rev. Robert M. Hussey, leader of the Maryland Province Jesuits, wrote in a letter accompanying the list.
Sarah Clayes's two sisters were executed in the 1692 Salem witch trials. Clayes barely escaped the same fate.