Like anyone taking the plunge, same-sex couples should pause and review the ramifications of marriage from a financial, tax and legal point of view.
While a truly viable and scalable solution to fracking wastewater is not yet at hand, there are several contenders that suggest a breakthrough is just around the corner, writes Colin Chilcoat.
In politics, 'breathtaking' isn't necessarily a good thing. It's often deployed to connote wrongheaded actions on an epic scale, especially when invoked by Republicans.
A handful of Texans believes that Texas never joined the United States of America and treat their state as a sovereign country. Do their claims have any legal grounds?
Nevada and New Mexico want to stay on daylight saving time, while Texas and Utah want to stay on standard time. Can the American Southwest free itself from the clutches of clock changes?
A Washington state judge has ruled in favor of a same-sex couple whose longtime florist, citing her Christian beliefs, refused to provide flowers for their wedding. A step towards progress, or just another skirmish in the so-called wedding-cake war?
10 states are pushing for laws that would allow students to carry concealed firearms on college campuses in an attempt to prevent sexual assault.