Sheriffs Sue Colorado Over Marijuana Legalization
March 05 2015 12:56 PM EST
County attorneys and sheriffs in three states have filed a lawsuit in an attempt to again criminalize marijuana sales in Colorado.
Jodi Arias Jury Hung Again, No Death Penalty
March 05 2015 12:16 PM EST
Jodi Arias had previously been found guilty of killing her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
The Fed's Big-Bank Stress Tests, Explained
March 05 2015 12:15 PM EST
Initial results of the Federal Reserve's annual bank examinations come out Thursday. Here's what you need to know.
What Happens Next To Obamacare?
March 05 2015 11:51 AM EST
The justices heard arguments in the case, known as King v. Burwell, on Wednesday, but gave little indication on which way they leaned.
GOP Demands State Department Investigate Hillary's Emails
March 05 2015 11:08 AM EST
The Republican National Committee also offered lines of inquiry to the State Department's inspector general.
City Of Ferguson's Revenue Strategy Fueled Racism: Justice Dept
March 05 2015 9:31 AM EST
Blacks accounted for 85 percent of drivers in police traffic stops, 90 percent of traffic tickets, and 93 percent of police arrests.
Rhode Island Lawmakers To Introduce Bill To Regulate, Tax Marijuana Like Alcohol
March 05 2015 9:00 AM EST
The law would allow pot shops and growing facilities to apply for licenses with the Department of Business Regulation.
Walker, Bush Fighting For Front-Runner Status In 2016: Poll
March 05 2015 8:04 AM EST
While former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has a wide lead among Dems, the GOP race is crowded.
Thursday Storm ‘Might Be Winter’s Last Hurrah’
March 05 2015 6:45 AM EST
The federal government announced that its offices in Washington, D.C. would remain closed in anticipation of the massive storm.
Attack Ad In The Making? Political Risks Of Clinton's Emails
March 05 2015 6:35 AM EST
Republicans said Hillary Clinton's secret emails may not be damaging by themselves but could be used to reinforce a negative view of her.
North Korea Lauds Attack On US Envoy
March 05 2015 5:20 AM EST
Mark Lippert, the U.S. ambassador to South Korea, underwent a two-hour surgery after being attacked by a knife-wielding man in Seoul.
FBI Arrests Virginia Teen Accused Of Helping ISIS
March 05 2015 5:08 AM EST
Nearly 100 U.S. nationals have so far joined militant groups, including ISIS, in Iraq and Syria, according to a London-based think tank.
Senior Russian Official Accuses US Of Plotting To Oust Putin
March 05 2015 4:22 AM EST
The head of Russia’s Security Council accused the U.S. of funding Russian opposition groups.
Ohio Teacher Found Guilty Of Showing Graphic Movie In Class
March 05 2015 12:59 AM EST
The movie, "The ABCs of Death," shows 26 different ways of dying for each letter in the alphabet.
'I Want The Public To See My Email'
March 05 2015 12:32 AM EST
Hillary Clinton is being investigated by a House committee after it was revealed she used a private email address and server for official work.
Ben Carson Apologizes For Comment About Prison Turning People Gay
March 04 2015 11:23 PM EST
Potential 2016 presidential candidate Ben Carson apologized for his comment about people leaving prison gay.
Some Ferguson Officials' Behavior 'Will Not Be Tolerated'
March 04 2015 9:16 PM EST
Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson was a no-show and Mayor James Knowles didn't take questions at a press conference following a damning DOJ report.
US General In Afghanistan Calls For Slower Troop Withdrawal
March 04 2015 7:56 PM EST
Gen. John F. Campbell recently spoke to the House Armed Services Committee and advised against reducing troop numbers to 5,500 by 2016.
Clinton Emails Subpoenaed By Committee Investigating Benghazi
March 04 2015 7:24 PM EST
After discovering Clinton's use of a personal email account to conduct official business, the House committee is hoping to get a closer look.
US Ambassador To South Korea Attacked
March 04 2015 6:51 PM EST
U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was attacked in Seoul Wednesday.