A measure permitting abortion clinics to be inspected without advanced notice has passed in the state House.
The terrorism trial of Suleiman Abu Ghaith began in New York this week.
A Wyoming woman was arrested after being accused of stabbing a teddy bear while fighting with her boyfriend.
A court threw out a former Gulliver headmaster’s settlement after his daughter posted about it on social media.
New rules have been proposed by the Obama administration to phase out advertising junk food on school grounds.
A reported 4 million people have signed up for health care plans under Obamacare as enrollment deadline nears.
The US president has warned the Afghan leader of a full withdrawal of US troops following Karzai’s refusal to sign a Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA).
Community advocates in South Florida have accused the United Nations of evading responsibility for a cholera outbreak in Haiti.
Some have taken issue with proposed federal regulations designed to reduce particle pollution from wood-burning stoves.
The Oregon attorney general has declared that the state would not defend a ban on gay marriage in a federal lawsuit.