The city will hand out $100 vouchers for voters to contribute to a local campaign of their choosing. But will that even begin to level the political financial playing field?
An awkward, at times profane, exchange between comedy talk show host Stephen Colbert and Bill Maher reflects the conflation of Islam with terrorism – and the debate over how to respond to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
While Amazon is jockeying for position on customers’ iPhones and in their mailboxes, others are reading the market differently – and taking a step back.
An undercover agent is on the stand for the second day Wednesday to share his testimony against Raymond Chow.
In light of increased transgender violence in the US in 2015, the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus initiated a transgender task force Tuesday to give the 'T' in 'LGBT' more attention.
The St. Louis suburb's former assistant city manager has the local experience to 'hit the ground running' but the distance of having been out of state for eight years to 'bring a fresh perspective to the city,' according to Ferguson Mayor James Knowles.
‘The Big First’ district in Kansas is among the 20 most Republican districts in America, and voters there agree on conservative policies. But they aren’t as unified in supporting some of the right wing's tactics.
The Los Angeles City Council enacted a 'shelter crisis' – but no 'state of emergency' for the city's homelessness problem. L.A. is offering more housing options and softening property seizure laws.
The struggles of a former Rhodes scholar and governor who once seemed a serious contender reveal important aspects of the 2016 race.
Congress has approved a bill to regulate space commerce and – for the first time – space mining.
An Arizona woman delivered a healthy baby boy Saturday on the side of the highway.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is hoping construction of supportive-housing units will help lift thousands of New Yorkers out of homelessness.
Lawyers are set to deliver closing statements Wednesday in the trial of former Inkster, Mich., police officer William Melendez.
New details released Tuesday show the state trooper charged with a DWI, allegedly tried to payoff the woman whose car he hit.
The fatal shooting of a young black man has sparked extensive protests in Minneapolis. Federal investigators have been called in to investigate the incident.
Three people were killed during a violent storm Tuesday. Winds approaching 50 miles per hour ripped through Washington, felling trees and power lines, triggering mudslides, and washing out roadways.