Pharmaceutical companies have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in lobbying state legislators, according to an AP investigation. Many medical experts say the value of opioids in treating most chronic pain is dubious.
A top House Democrat who released the email exchange between Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton says it shows the double standard Clinton is being held to. But criticism of Clinton has shifted from her use of a private email server to her sending and receiving of classified information.
The former owners of the land said "it was worth losing a little bit of money" in selling the land, but others are concerned about how the loss of land could impact local cattle and logging industries.
Donald Trump says a $25,000 check from his charity to Pam Bondi in 2013 was unrelated to her office's decision soon after to not join a multi-state lawsuit against Trump University. He says he never spoke to Bondi.
A Somali man entered the Crossroads Center mall Saturday wielding a kitchen knife, stabbing nine people. The attacker was shot dead by an off-duty police officer. None of the injured suffered life-threatening wounds.
With seven other wildfires blazing across the state, the Cajon Pass fire is by far the most ferocious, advancing despite the efforts of 1,300 firefighters, with some homeowners escaping just ahead of the flames.
Crashes from drowsy driving take lives, and cost billions each year. Several states are taking steps to combat the problem, which experts say leaves many drivers as impaired as they would be after a few too many drinks.
Jason Gonzales, who unsuccessfully ran for Illinois State representative, is suing the winner of the primary, Michael Madigan, for labelling Gonzales as a 'convicted felon' in campaign ads and for allegedly running fake candidates against him.
While the Yankees slugger – one of the most prolific and polarizing figures in baseball history – will be released on Friday, he hasn't yet officially retired. He is four home runs shy of 700, the fifth-most in baseball history.