The California Assembly approved a ban on tobacco products, including smokeless ones, on public university and community college campuses.
A year after the death of Freddie Gray sparked unrest, the city's Democratic mayoral primary features a slew of mainstream candidates and a Black Lives Matter activist.
Gannett Company went public with its bid to buy Tribune Publishing Monday after the company didn't respond to the offer. What could a hostile takeover mean for Tribune news?
Yes, the media like to focus on the outrageous things Donald Trump says. He did again Tuesday. But hidden in the bluster are some surprising policy nuggets.
The original 'corrupt bargain' in 1824 kept another populist out of the White House, though he got his revenge. This time, it's targeting Donald Trump.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that teens are particularly susceptible to digital advertisements for electronic cigarettes.
US District Judge Thomas Schroeder acknowledged the state's 'shameful past discrimination' but found little evidence to suggest identification requirement substantially impacted the ability of minorities to vote.
The state's highest court declined to overturn a lower court's decision that forbid a baker from denying service to gay couple on religious grounds.
It’s one thing for campaign strategists to dream up a divide-states-and-conquer plan on a conference call. It’s quite another for actual voters to agree.
Opponents of the new law marched on the state's capitol demanding the repeal of a law that insists transgender people use the bathroom corresponding with their birth certificates.
Illinois joins a roster of several states, and the federal government, that have moved to restrict the practice of solitary confinement in prisons.
Such payouts are becoming increasingly common following high-profile police shootings, even in the absence of charges against the officers involved.