Could Louisiana Legalize Recreational Marijuana In 2016?
March 25 2015 3:09 PM EDT
Such a law would be a jump from total marijuana prohibition in the state to practically none at all.
Supreme Court Rules For Ex-UPS Driver Forced On Unpaid Leave While Pregnant
March 25 2015 2:51 PM EDT
The court said UPS might have violated the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.
Bowe Bergdahl To Face Desertion Charges
March 25 2015 2:27 PM EDT
The U.S. Army is expected to announce the charges against the American POW freed in a prisoner swap with the Taliban.
Walker's Immigration Flip-Flop May Face Scrutiny In Arizona
March 25 2015 2:21 PM EDT
Scott Walker may be conservative, but two years ago he supported giving illegal immigrants citizenship.
US States Advance 'Religious Freedom' Bills Amid LGBT Worries
March 25 2015 12:59 PM EDT
Critics say bills in Arkansas and Indiana could legalize discrimination against LGBT people.
Ex-Incarcerated Workers Look For Lift From White House
March 25 2015 11:22 AM EDT
Criminal justice reformers want President Obama to "ban the box" for federal employers and contractors.
Supreme Court To Hear Case On EPA Mercury Limits
March 25 2015 11:20 AM EDT
Pro-coal states argue the EPA's new limits on mercury emissions at power plants do not fully account for the financial burden on utility ratepayers.
Watch Afghan President's Address To Congress, Expected To Turn Over New Leaf
March 25 2015 10:25 AM EDT
Many in Washington, lawmakers included, are relieved to be working with a different Afghan president.
Ted Cruz Websites Show Beaches, Not Campaign Page
March 25 2015 9:21 AM EDT
Traffic from Ted Cruz-related domains is still not being directed to the presidential candidate's official site.
Nevada May Be Nearing Its Scott Walker Moment
March 25 2015 9:11 AM EDT
State legislators are about to hold their first hearing on legislation that would introduce sweeping changes in collective bargaining in the public sector. Critics call it the “union armageddon” bill.
No Campaign Trail Road Trip For The Bush Brothers
March 25 2015 6:55 AM EDT
While the former president can lend his fundraising prowess, it's unlikely he'll play a public role.
UN Honors Slave Trade Victims With New Memorial
March 25 2015 6:55 AM EDT
The International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade remembers an estimated 15 million men, women and children.
UN Votes To Extend Staff Benefits To Same-Sex Couples
March 25 2015 6:51 AM EDT
Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Egypt, Syria, China and India were among the nations that voted against the move.
Russia To Build Jordan’s First Nuclear Power Plant
March 25 2015 3:05 AM EDT
The deal requires Jordan to buy fuel from Rosatom for the reactors for 10 years.
'Very Dim' Prospect For Israel-Palestine Peace
March 25 2015 1:57 AM EDT
President Obama also said that there is a "clear, substantive challenge" to U.S.-Israel relations.
Suspected Killer Of San Jose Police Department Officer Found Dead
March 25 2015 1:46 AM EDT
The area has been cordoned off and police officials are conducting a manhunt for the suspect believed to have a "high-powered rifle."
Slave-Caught Fish Ends Up On US Shelves
March 24 2015 11:15 PM EDT
An Associated Press investigation reveals how fish caught by Burmese slaves winds up in America.
Ferguson City Council Chooses Temporary City Manager
March 24 2015 11:06 PM EDT
The city manager position is the first to be filled, following several resignations prompted by a U.S. Department of Justice report.
Jesse Jackson Jr. To Be Released To Halfway House
March 24 2015 10:51 PM EDT
The former Congressman will spend the rest of his sentence for wire and mail fraud at a Washington, D.C., facility.
Google Gets One White House Meeting A Week: WSJ
March 24 2015 9:52 PM EDT
The tech giant spent $16.8 billion last year to win friends and influence people in Washington.