ATLANTA -- A bill to switch Georgia's voting system to computer-printed paper ballots hurtled through the state House on Thursday, clearing its first committees after state legislators listened to two days of intense ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Donald Trump's endorsements of a troubled multilevel marketing venture before he was elected president were "puffery" that no "reasonable investor" would have relied upon, his lawyers said in seeking dismissal ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- More than a dozen retired top military commanders, leaders and advisers, whose careers spanned both Republican and Democratic administrations, are throwing their weight behind a bill in the House and Senate ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Brookfield Zoo medical staff on Wednesday had to put down a tiny African antelope born on Valentine's Day due to a severe birth defect that meant it would not have survived, the zoo announced on its Facebook ...Read more
CHICAGO -- A Cook County judge scolded actor Jussie Smollett as he appeared in court charged with falsely claiming that two men called him slurs and placed a noose around his neck in downtown Chicago last month.
"The most...Read more
LAS VEGAS -- They started arriving at the Welcome to Las Vegas sign as the first big snowflakes began to fall Wednesday night -- landing softly and slowly turning the green artificial turf around it to white.
Debbie Dixon...Read more
You're driving down the road at night when, out of nowhere, a deer jumps in front of your car. It doesn't survive. It'd be a shame to let all that meat go to waste, right?
That's the thinking behind California Senate Bill...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A landmark police transparency law should apply to internal investigations of officer shootings and misconduct cases that occurred before this year, California Attorney General. Xavier Becerra argues ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Vice President Mike Pence will go to Colombia on Monday to speak with the Colombian president and regional leaders about the ongoing turmoil in Venezuela and rally the international community behind ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Democrats in Congress will subpoena the full report of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III if the Justice Department only discloses certain parts of it, Sen. Richard Blumenthal said Thursday.
The ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Southern California is having a snow day.
An unusually chilly storm system that originated in Alberta, Canada, was lingering over Nevada and had already blanketed Las Vegas with snow early Thursday. In ...Read more
You may have noticed, if you have been awake at all over the last couple of years, that famous and powerful people can be, to put it nicely, a problem. it has been long known that idols have feet of clay, which is why ...Read more
You have questions. I have some answers.
Q: When I was watching a show for one hour recently, it was interrupted two times with a banner across the bottom of the screen advertising future shows. Is there anyone I can ...Read more
PHARR, Texas -- When Ramiro Ramirez was a boy, his grandmother would bring him to visit the family cemeteries tucked amid vegetable and sugarcane fields here just north of the Rio Grande. He would carry a small bucket of ...Read more
Maybe those Oscar obituaries for "A Star Is Born" are premature. Maybe Bradley Cooper's smash-hit romantic remake will make good on more than one of its eight Oscar nominations. Maybe, to use the pitch in Warner Bros.' ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- The old man took out his iPhone and scrolled to a black-and-white photo taken 50 years ago on a movie set in Tehran. Mansour Sepehrnia is paunchy and gray now, but then he was slender and his hair jet black....Read more
WASHINGTON -- As debate in public rages about illegal immigration and a border wall, Jared Kushner has been holding private meetings in the West Wing on ways to overhaul the legal immigration system, according to six ...Read more
Cuba's efforts to attract foreign investment to boost its ailing economy were limping along even before the Trump administration raised the possibility that it might allow lawsuits in U.S. courts against foreign companies ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Days after announcing his exploratory bid to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina in 2020, Democrat Jaime Harrison might have already secured the support of key national Democratic ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Republicans have launched a counteroffensive to discredit former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe's reports that Justice Department officials discussed removing President Donald Trump from office.
The ...Read more
- Judge scolds Jussie Smollett over allegations he staged attack, sets bail at $100,000
- Las Vegas gets hit with second snowstorm in a week. What are the odds?
- Jussie Smollett's arrest is a blow to Fox's hit show 'Empire'
- Jared Kushner is privately working on reshaping legal immigration
- Gun control bills proliferate in Congress, state legislatures