On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court hears a pair of cases on gay marriage. The justices will review California's Proposition 8; on Wednesday, they take up the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
The biggest story? Florida Gulf Coast's Cinderella run. The biggest controversy? A missed call at the end of Ohio State's game with Iowa State. The longest game? The Dayton women's epic double overtime victory over St. John's.
Supreme Court to wade into affirmative action - again - USA Today The high court has agreed to hear a case involving a 2006 Michigan referendum prohibiting use of racial preferences in state university admissions and government hiring.
After a long wait on both sides of the issue, California’s Prop 8 finally gets heard at the Supreme Court. During the first hour of our program, we’ll broadcast the recorded audio of oral arguments heard earlier today at the Supreme Court. After that, our team of experts will discuss and analyze what was said at the hearing.
After a 20-point loss to lower-seeded Minnesota in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Friday, UCLA fired basketball head coach Ben Howland after ten years at the helm of the one-time college basketball superpower.
Today, the city of Stockton begins the federal court proceedings that could end in the city entering Chapter 9 bankruptcy. But what exactly does it mean for a city to be bankrupt? The California Report's Scott Detrow looks into that question.
This week the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments on the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, and Proposition 8. Reporter Scott Shafer is in Washington D.C. for two days of arguments and has this look at what's at stake for both sides.
The godfather of bodybuiding, Joe Weider, passed away over the weekend at Cedars Sinai, he was 93. He started the popular magazines like Muscle and Fitness, Flex, Men's Fitness or Shape and brought weight lifting to the masses.