A frozen pipe, a deep hole and a curious woman in the Upper Peninsula — it all adds up to a case for the Michigan Supreme Court. The court is … Click to Continue »
And Senate control is a toss-up.
The leaders of the two Koreas have met only twice for summit talks during their 70 years of division along the world's most heavily fortified border. Both of the summits, … Click to Continue »
Odvar Nordli, Norway's prime minister in the late 1970s and early 1980s, has died. He was 90. Current Prime Minister Erna Solberg said Wednesday Nordli, who headed a left-leaning Labor … Click to Continue »
The European Union's fisheries agreement with Morocco has been cast into doubt after a top legal advisor said Wednesday that the pact is invalid because it does not respect the … Click to Continue »
An open letter signed by movie star Catherine Deneuve and dozens of other French women about men being unfairly targeted by sexual misconduct allegations has prompted a backlash in the … Click to Continue »
PARIS (AP) - French women rights activists have denounced an open letter signed by movie star Catherine Deneuve and others that said say men are being unfairly targeted by sexual misconduct allegations.
In a text published on the Franceinfotv website Wednesday, feminist Caroline De Haas and over 30 activists strongly ...
Here’s one thing even Republicans negotiating an immigration deal agree on: Trump aide Stephen Miller is hurting their chances of getting anything done. They blame him for insisting the administration … Click to Continue »
The Israeli military set up roadblocks, cordoned off Palestinian villages and deployed reinforcements to the West Bank on Wednesday, a day after an Israeli settler was killed in a drive-by … Click to Continue »
Syrian pro-government forces reached the outskirts of a sprawling rebel-held air base on Wednesday, the target of a wide-ranging offensive in the northwestern Idlib province. Recapturing the Abu Zuhour air … Click to Continue »
With just 10 days left in his first year as president, Trump breaks a barrier we thought was beyond his reach.
The media reports that Bob Mueller wants to question Donald Trump hardly sound like great news for the White House—but there could be a silver lining.
Leaders of nations along Southeast Asia's Mekong River met Wednesday in Cambodia's capital amid a push by China to build more dams that are altering the water flow and raising … Click to Continue »
China plans to buy 184 Airbus A320 jetliners, French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday, in a diplomatic tradition aimed at defusing trade complaints. Chinese President Xi Jinping said his government … Click to Continue »
Catalonia's main separatist parties said Wednesday they have agreed to re-elect fugitive Carles Puigdemont as president of the region later this month, although how to make that legally possible is … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON–A federal judge Tuesday night temporarily blocked the Trump administration's plan to end the program that shields from deportation hundreds of thousands of immigrants who came to the country illegally … Click to Continue »
Two Phoenix women were arrested at an Interstate 19 checkpoint in southern Arizona when found to have packages of pills hidden in their clothing. U.S. Customs and Border Protection says … Click to Continue »
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Two Phoenix women were arrested at an Interstate 19 checkpoint in southern Arizona when found to have packages of pills hidden in their clothing.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says Border Patrol agents at an immigration checkpoint near Amado arrested the women on Monday after finding ...
The Arizona Supreme Court has agreed to review a lower court's ruling that Arizona colleges and universities can prohibit medical marijuana on campuses but the state Legislature can't make it … Click to Continue »
House lawmakers are considering a bill aimed at cracking down on cigarette smugglers in Delaware. The legislation, which passed the Senate last year, makes it a felony to traffic in … Click to Continue »
A Louisville chiropractor has agreed to pay more than $114,000 to settle allegations that he overbilled Medicaid. A release from the Kentucky Attorney General's office says 53-year-old Mark Walden has … Click to Continue »
Maryland lawmakers on Wednesday braced for challenging tax and health care matters posed by last month's federal tax overhaul, as they gathered for their annual 90-day legislative session. Senate President … Click to Continue »
New Mexico regulators on Wednesday proposed a smaller rate hike for customers of the state's largest electric provider while backtracking on a finding that questioned coal-related investments by Public Service … Click to Continue »
A New Mexico state agency overseeing services for the elderly is defending its decision to end its contract with a major coordinator of services such as home-delivered meals and adult … Click to Continue »
Malaysia's government said Wednesday it will pay U.S. company Ocean Infinity up to $70 million if it can find the wreckage or black boxes of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 within … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump endorsed Tuesday the idea of reviving so-called earmarks – projects and spending items added to appropriations bills on behalf of individual lawmakers, while conservatives remain skeptical of the practice.
The retiring chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court will keep a watchful eye over the Concord courthouse with the recent addition of her official portrait. Chief Justice Linda … Click to Continue »
Gov. Jim Justice on Wednesday called for pay raises for West Virginia's jail guards, teachers and other workers in the next fiscal year with the state's economy and tax revenues … Click to Continue »
OLYMPICS SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The rival Koreas moved toward easing their bitter animosity during rare talks, with North Korea agreeing to take part in next month's Winter Olympics … Click to Continue »
The Virginia General Assembly convened its 2018 session Wednesday with a host of new faces in the House of Delegates and pledges of bipartisanship from both parties. Nineteen new members … Click to Continue »
The North Carolina legislature returned to work Wednesday, passing a few simple bills but finishing with Republicans unable to agree on more immediate action for water quality challenges intensified since … Click to Continue »