A federal judge in Washington, D.C., ruled against the Obama administration’s method of funding a major Affordable Care Act subsidy.
The Italian Parliament voted to extend the right to same-sex couples on Wednesday.
The state executed Earl Forrest on Wednesday night by lethal injection for a triple homicide in 2002.
The former CBC radio broadcaster signed a peace bond Wednesday as prosecutors dropped the last sexual-assault charge against him.
Congress removed the last uses of “Oriental” and “Negro” from federal statutes on Monday.
The controversial Alabama chief justice could be removed from office for blocking same-sex marriage licenses in January.
Jeb spurns Trump: The former governor of Florida (and one of Trump's earliest targets for ridicule) says he’ll vote…
The president criticizes the presumptive GOP nominee, Sadiq Khan becomes the British capital's first Muslim mayor, a reporter is shot outside an Istanbul courthouse, and more.
The state supreme court weighs the inmates’ fate after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down their sentencing procedures.
The president commuted the sentences of 58 federal prisoners on Thursday.
A U.S. Army captain sues the White House in federal court to find out.
Sadiq Khan, the Labour Party candidate, is poised to make history.
Baghdad declared a state of emergency Saturday after hundreds of demonstrators breached the heavily fortified Green Zone.
A Golden State welcome: Hundreds of protesters demonstrated outside the California Republican Convention ahead of a speech by GOP front-runner…
The U.S. disciplines 16 soldiers for a hospital bombing in Afghanistan, Pyongyang sentences a U.S. citizen to hard labor, the U.S. Supreme Court expands warrant requirements, and more.
The justices signed off Thursday on a new procedural rule for warrants targeting computers.
The Green Mountain State could expand its electorate by thousands under a new law signed Thursday.
The legislation, signed by the state's Republican governor on Wednesday, allows counselors to refuse treatment to clients based on the counselors’ personal beliefs.
The former House speaker pled guilty to violating banking regulations in an attempt to cover up sexual-abuse allegations.
A century ago, the commonwealth's leaders weren't circumspect about their motives.