The civil lawsuit was filed on Thursday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco.
Republican presidential hopefuls are gathered in North Charleston to debate before voters in this early primary state go to the polls.
Three high school officials charged with failing to report the sexual abuse of four basketball players have been suspended without pay.
A New York court has rejected the appeal of a fine handed a wedding venue that refused to host the wedding of a same-sex couple.
A federal indictment unsealed alleges a doctor diverted prescription drugs to the streets, resulting in one of his patients dying.
A man who claims he is a winner of Wednesday night’s Powerball is tweeting that he will share his wealth.
John Bel Edwards decided to expand the state’s Medicaid program to provide health care coverage to thousands of residents.
We explain how each party’s caucus works, who can vote and what will be new in the process this year.
Hurricane Alex has formed in the Atlantic, prompting a hurricane warning for the Azores.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers intercept more than 2,000 pounds of marijuana hidden inside fake carrots.
The income gap afflicting major U.S. cities goes beyond the problem of rising paychecks for those at the top.
Rickman’s family said Thursday that the actor had died after a battle with cancer. His agent also confirmed the actor’s death to NBC.
The “winners” for the 36th annual Razzies will be announced Feb. 27, the night before the 88th annual Academy Awards.
After months of civility toward rival Ted Cruz, front-runner Donald Trump is aggressively targeting the Texan.
The University of Missouri admitted NCAA violations in its men’s basketball program dating to 2011 and banned itself from the postseason.