LAPD Shooting Video Doesn't Make Slam Dunk Case: Lawyers
March 02 2015 2:48 PM EST
There are a number of problems with the LAPD shooting video in making a case against excessive police force.
NY State Senator Challenges Cuomo Email Deletion Policy
March 02 2015 2:30 PM EST
The New York governor's administration recently implemented a policy that automatically purges state government emails after 90 days.
Amazon Tries To Make Up For Lost Lobby Time With Jay Carney
March 02 2015 2:20 PM EST
Unlike Facebook and Google, Amazon has largely avoided hiring Washington insiders to lead its public campaigns.
Russian Navy Will Receive 50 New Ships In 2015
March 02 2015 1:32 PM EST
Some of the ships, like Russia's latest nuclear submarines, are new. Others are to be refurbished and upgraded.
Right-To-Work Expected To Pass, Overcome Union Opposition
March 02 2015 1:01 PM EST
After breezing through the Wisconsin Senate, right-to-work moves to the lower chamber.
LAPD's Fatal Shooting Of Homeless Man Prompts Renewed Scrutiny
March 02 2015 12:32 PM EST
Sunday's Skid Row shooting came just months after the LAPD's fatal encounters with Ezell Ford and Omar Abrego.
What Global Media Are Saying About Controversial Netanyahu Speech
March 02 2015 11:08 AM EST
The controversial address has received significant coverage in the U.S. and Israel.
Court Overturns Nebraska Gay Marriage Ban
March 02 2015 11:08 AM EST
Judge ruled quickly because one of the plaintiffs is suffering from stage-four breast cancer and wants to marry partner so she can collect Social Security.
Approval Of Netanyahu Rises Before US Visit
March 02 2015 10:52 AM EST
Fewer Americans said they had no opinion of Benjamin Netanyahu, who is scheduled to address Congress on Tuesday.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., To Retire
March 02 2015 10:49 AM EST
Mikulski, 68, will reportedly not seek a sixth term in the Senate. She is the longest-serving woman in the body.
Whistleblower: HSBC Execs Knew
March 02 2015 10:05 AM EST
Herve Falciani says he can provide "logical proof" that HSBC executives knew of alleged wrongdoing at Swiss bank.
When Parents Ask, Doctors Will Postpone Immunizations, Survey Says
March 02 2015 9:16 AM EST
Doctors are not willing to force parents to immunize their children on time, a new survey shows
Police Body Cam Used In Homeless Man's Shooting
March 02 2015 9:14 AM EST
The body camera worn by a police officer in the shooting of a Los Angeles homeless man may reveal what happened.
Why It's Taking So Long To Crack Down On Superbug CRE
March 02 2015 9:13 AM EST
Only 19 states require reports for CRE infections, which cause 600 deaths annually and can't be treated by most antibiotics.
North Korea Missiles Won't Affect US-Korea Joint Military Exercises
March 02 2015 9:09 AM EST
The missiles North Korea fired off Monday morning are the latest example of Pyongyang's empty rhetoric about possibly suspending its nuclear activity, experts say.
Watch Netanyahu Deliver AIPAC Speech
March 02 2015 9:05 AM EST
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to AIPAC is expected to be a preview of his address to Congress.
The Expectations Game
March 02 2015 8:58 AM EST
The dilemma for frontrunner Hillary Clinton: When the primary season starts, she has to win big or risk being seen as weak.
StingRay Tracker Knocks Out Cell Networks: FBI
March 02 2015 8:43 AM EST
The suitcase-sized technology also intercepts sensitive details about a cellphone without the owner's knowledge, or a warrant.
Emanuel, Garcia 'Dead Even' In Chicago Mayor Runoff
March 02 2015 8:20 AM EST
Jesus "Chuy" Garcia's Hispanic support may be underrepresented, according to pollsters.
Kerry's Iran Push Might Be Counterproductive: Report
March 02 2015 7:53 AM EST
Meanwhile, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog, IAEA, claimed that Iran is suppressing key information about its nuclear program.