House panel moves to curb food stamps, renew farm subsidies
Prince thought he was taking Vicodin, not fentanyl, the prosecutor said.
Kateri and Jay Schwandt welcomed the birth of their 14th son on Wednesday. They have no daughters.
Commissioner Richard Ross, who is black, says that he “failed miserably” in the messaging around the arrests.
The “Fearless Girl” statue near Wall Street has become a global symbol of female can-do business spirit and a tourist magnet.
The last train car full of New York City sewage sludge that has stunk up a small Alabama community for more than two months has finally been emptied.
The U.S. military has held the unidentified citizen in Iraq since he surrendered on the Syrian battlefield about seven months ago.
A health data firm released a report Thursday showing a 9 percent average drop nationwide in the number of prescriptions for opioids filled.
Several gun rights groups have joined a central Illinois couple in a federal lawsuit challenging a ban on handguns in home day cares.
“Anytime I’m encountered by cops, I can honestly say it’s a thought that runs through my mind,” Rashon Nelson said.
Four Olympic-sports athletes testified to a Senate subcommittee Wednesday about abuse they suffered while training and competing.
Cuomo signed an executive order that would provide conditional pardons to upwards of 35,000 felons who have completed their jail sentence.
Karen McDougal’s settlement with the company that owns the National Enquirer “restores to me the rights to my life story.”
A bitterly-divided House panel Wednesday approved new work and job training requirements for food stamps.
Trump said his CIA chief “got along really well” with Kim Jong Un during a secret meeting in North Korea.
To be black in America is to be constantly challenged in certain spaces in ways white Americans scarcely have to consider.