On Monday, NBC announced that it would break its contract and no longer air the annual Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants.
Police officers responding to protests in Ferguson, Mo., violated free-speech rights and antagonized crowds, according to a summary of a Justice Department report obtained by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Former Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger wrote to three Massachusetts high school students doing a history project. Why would Bulger's perspective matter?
A South Carolina newspaper says yes, according to its poll of the state's lawmakers.
The former Florida governor plans to disclose an unprecedented 33 years of personal tax returns.
Wal-Mart officials say the associate who made the Islamic State cake did not know its meaning.
President Obama is scheduled to announce a new plan that would require employers to pay overtime to employees who earn less than $970 per week.
Prison escapee David Sweat told authorities that he parted ways with his accomplice Richard Matt five days ago.
After a spike of historic decisions, it's useful to note that the Supreme Court will rarely allow itself to get out in front, or fall very much behind, prevailing public opinion.
With its opinion in King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court seems to be sending a signal that it is not interested being asked on a continual basis to undo a law that has been in effect for the past five years.
The presidential candidate broke his silence on Friday’s Supreme Court ruling dealing with the legality of same-sex marriages.
Not too long ago, one-third of the electorate was undecided. But that number has been shrinking, and many of those who are undecided don't vote.
No US state has had, in recent memory, the kind of large-scale debt restructuring that's being talked about for Puerto Rico. Still, the crisis may have only a limited effect on financial markets.