North Korea’s missile test: Pyongyang announced Friday it successfully tested a long-range missile engine it claims can reach the U…
The pontiff publishes a long-awaited apostolic text, Belgian authorities make arrests connected to the March attacks, an apparent murder-suicide shuts down an Air Force base, and more.
The constitutional maxim does not require states to use eligible voters when drawing legislative districts, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday.
Obama vs. Trump: “The person who made the statements doesn’t know much about foreign policy, or nuclear policy, or the…
The U.S. economy adds a modest 215,000 jobs, the Second City’s schools shut down, Elon Musk unveils a battery-powered sedan, and more.
The justices come close to recognizing the perilous state of the American public-defense system.
The justices pose a hypothetical in Zubik v. Burwell, one of the most-watched cases of the term.
The justices split 4-4 in Friedrichs v. CTA, leaving a pro-union ruling in the lower courts intact.
Alabama justice: The Alabama Supreme Court refused Friday to hear an appeal from Willie Lee Connor, who received a life…
U.S. special-ops forces kill the group’s finance minister, businesses back away from the state’s LGBT-discrimination law, Belgian officials announce new names, and more.
The former Canadian radio star faces another trial after his acquittal Thursday in a sexual-assault case.
Another SCOTUS deadlock: An eight-justice U.S. Supreme Court appears to be split 4-4 on Zubik v. Burwell, which challenges…
Clinton and Trump win Arizona, Belgian officials identify two attackers, the justices appear divided on a major Obamacare case, and more.
Deadly explosions in Brussels, cont’d: Belgian officials updated the death toll to 34 on Tuesday evening, with more than 200…
The U.S. high court hands down its first 4-4 ruling since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia last month.
Bombings in Brussels kill dozens and wound hundreds more, the U.S. president urges reform in Havana, Toronto’s colorful former mayor dies, and more.
Jurors in Florida awarded the retired pro wrestler $115 million in his violation-of-privacy lawsuit against the media outlet.
An alleged Paris attacker is captured in Belgium, European leaders and Turkey make a deal on the refugee crisis, the former GOP nominee says he’ll vote for Ted Cruz, and more.
President Obama nominated 63-year-old Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court, setting up an election-year battle with Senate Republicans.
Democratic and Republican candidates won small weekend races ahead of the major contests on March 15.