Parents of a teen driver use data from a GPS vehicular tracking device to fight a speeding charge based on radar guns.
After terrorist attacks, the 'last column' became a place where emergency responders and family members taped notes and photos of lost loved ones.
But many also see Islam as a violent religion, according to a Pew Forum survey.
Violence reduced over the summer, but attacks surged in Baghdad and Ninewa Province and some US bases since American troops withdrew from the cities.
The Republican lawmaker from South Carolina shouted 'You lie!' after Obama said in his speech to Congress that illegal immigrants wouldn't be covered.
Democrats dominate in Massachusetts, but a small GOP field, possibly including Andrew Card from the Bush administration, will try for the seat.
Fellow Republicans – including the lieutenant governor, the House speaker, and most lawmakers – have called for his resignation. He'll speak later Thursday.
The president at last laid out his own plan Wednesday night, leaving room for compromise. But high marks for delivery are no guarantee legislation will clear Congress.
He points to new poverty rates indicating that the number of Americans without health insurance is growing.
For GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill, the takeaway is that the president and the Democrats are poised to move without them.
But lawmakers – including most fellow Republicans – are ready to give the scandal-tainted South Carolina governor the boot if he doesn't resign.
The GOP California lawmaker who was caught on video making sexual boasts is being investigated for a reported tryst with an energy lobbyist.
At a hearing Wednesday on 'Hillary: The Movie,' conservative justices repeatedly asked whether limits on corporate contributions in federal elections are too broad and amount to censorship of free speech.
A surge in marijuana farming this year may be due to unemployment as well as growing demand for the drug.