L.A.'s temporary ban on pot dispensaries is invalid, said a judge Monday. That could force the city council to a pass more permanent ordinance to regulate the boom in medical marijuana dispensaries.
Being 0-6 and losing 59-0 Sunday means that for proud Titans coach Jeff Fisher, Peyton Manning's jersey was one way to 'feel like a winner.'
The tiny dinosaur, unearthed in Colorado and named Fruitadens haagarorum, measures 29 inches from beak to tail and weighs less than two pounds.
Prosecutors pursue New York case alleging illegal phone tampering via SpoofCard.
President Obama plans to make two fundraising stops Tuesday night. Thanks to his efforts, Democrats have raised $1.3 million more than Republicans during the past three months.
The issue of controlling healthcare costs is so contentious that Congress may opt for a bill that punts much of the task to an independent commission.
A new Gallup poll shows most Americans around the country - especially Republicans - believe Obama wants to take away their guns.
First Lady Michelle Obama today toured Veterans Affairs Department, months after President Barack Obama bumped her from the schedule.
Can Sarah Palin see Oprah Winfrey from her house? We don't know, but she's appearing on her show.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed to the Nov. 7 election runoff under heavy pressure. With Obama considering sending more troops to Afghanistan, the US will be watching to see if the corrupt government is trustworthy.
State and local governments facing budget crunches can realize big savings by eliminating the death penalty, according to a new report from the Death Penalty Information Center.
The Supreme Court Tuesday agreed to hear the case of Uighur detainees remaining at the Guantánamo prison camp. Their release into the US has been blocked by the White House and Congress.
Obama plays golf and basketball, and a lot of former presidents have played sports. But none has achieved the naming rights of this 1930s chief executive.
Be wary of claims about the oodles of money that will be saved or lost by this or that initiative.
Jenna Bush Hager landed a plum job with 'Today,' but presidential offspring often falter in their efforts to establish meaningful livelihoods.
Curt Schilling isn't the first professional athlete to consider a bid for public office. There's more crossover between sports and politics than you might think.
Remember paper? The hard copies of laws dating back to 1789 are held in a special archive called Records Group 11.
Bill Clinton is the latest in a long line of presidents to be haunted by tapes of their presidential conversations.
Fatherhood and parental duty get a push from the Obama team during a series of fall forums. But concerns about government intervention make some conservatives wary.
Polls suggest Michael Bloomberg has a 10 percentage point lead in the campaign for New York mayor. So why is he ramping up a blitz of attack ads?