Winter storm warnings were in effect again across much of the East as a stubborn winter weather pattern maintained its grip. Traverse City ice cave explorers are joyous; St. Clair River ice-breaker captains less so.
Polls suggest a majority of Americans support legal pot, and as many as five states could legalize recreational marijuana in 2016. What might the trend mean for America? Washington State and Colorado are beginning to offer clues.
Phyllis Schneck, the Department of Homeland Security's top cybersecurity official, talks about President Obama's recent executive order on information sharing at a Passcode-Center for National Policy event in Washington, D.C.
Ultimately, the Supreme Court has emphasized that the federal government has broad discretion in the area of immigration that preempts the powers of the states.
On Monday, officials with the National Geodetic Survey announced that the Washington Monument is now 554 feet, 7-11/32 inches tall. So the Father of Our Country, or at least his memory in stone, isn’t standing as tall as he used to.