Mississippi’s governor has signed a law that allows public and private businesses to refuse service to gay couples.
PayPal says it’s canceling plans to bring 400 jobs to North Carolina.
Police say a construction worker was killed and three others were injured when a 45-ton beam fell on them .
Subway is moving ahead and posting calorie counts on menu boards nationally.
Voters in Wisconsin will play their role on Tuesday in determining where the 2016 race for the White House heads next.
Villanova University has canceled classes Tuesday as students celebrate the men’s basketball team’s first NCAA championship since 1985.
TransCanada Corp. says the Keystone pipeline will likely remain shut down for the rest of the week.
A California woman has transformed her 4,000-square-foot home into what’s believed to be the largest no-cage cat sanctuary.
Facebook is training its computers to become seeing-eye guides for blind and visually impaired people.
Documents say when Early exited the club and got into an Uber car the group approached the vehicle with guns drawn.
Privacy has a price. For the super-wealthy, it can also have a big payoff.
United Airlines says one of its flight attendants intentionally deployed the emergency evacuation slide.
Bentley on Monday said he was “humbly” asking citizens for their forgiveness.
The state historically has been fairly quick to release its vote count.
A sightseeing helicopter crashed Monday near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern Tennessee.