Arnold Abbott was issued a summons for violating an ordinance that limits where charitable groups can feed the homeless. Abbott was also recently arrested, along with two pastors, for feeding the homeless in a Fort Lauderdale park.
House Speaker Boehner warned President Obama on Thursday against taking sweeping action on immigration without congressional approval, at his first news conference after elections in which Republicans captured control of the Senate.
Former Navy SEAL, Matt Bissonnette, filed a lawsuit against his ex-lawyers for advising him it was OK to publish his book about the Osama bin Laden raid. The book "No Easy Day," prompted a Pentagon inquiry that evolved into a criminal probe by the Justice Department.
More than 30 states now permit same sex couples to marry, and on Wednesday Missouri joined their ranks after a St. Louis circuit judge's ruling that the state's ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional.
In his first public remarks following a thrashing by Republicans in the midterm elections, President Obama said he would work with Congress on new war powers to fight the Islamic State, and expressed hope that a nuclear deal may be reached with Iran.
Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, who was seen on surveillance video being abducted in Philadelphia, was rescued Wednesday after being spotted in Jessup, Maryland, in a car with a man police now have in custody.
Ballot measures in Oregon and Alaska would set up a network of regulated pot shops, like those in Colorado and Washington. A measure in the District of Columbia would allow possession but not retail sales.
At the request of St. Louis police, the FAA created a 37-square-mile no fly zone for media helicopters, only allowing police helicopters and commercial flights in the area. The White House now says that wasn't right.