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As part of an ongoing lawsuit over the Affordable Care Act, Maryland requested a preliminary injunction that would declare Rod Rosenstein the acting attorney general instead.
Personal artifacts of a Founding Father will be on display in Philadelphia through March 2019. They were loaned by a fifth great-grandson.
Disobeying an order to evacuate is never a good idea. But that's exactly what some Malibu residents did.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, known as AMLO, vowed that if elected he would fly commercial — not on the presidential jet. As his inauguration approaches, he's looking for a buyer.
The Dow fell more than 600 points, or 2.3 percent, Monday. Investors are said to be worried about signs that the global economy may be slowing, even though the U.S. economy is faring well.
Ecologist Rob Dunn's new book describes the tiny life forms, helpful and risky, that live in different parts of the home, including on floors and in water faucets, basements and heating systems.
California-born poet Dana Gioia has wrapped up his time as the state's poet laureate. During his two-year term, which ended in October, he made it his goal to visit all 58 counties in the state.
"Canada has been fully briefed up on what Turkey had to share," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in Paris, becoming the first Western leader to acknowledge the audio recordings.
Earlier this fall, needles were repeatedly found inside strawberries sold at grocery stores. Now a 50-year-old Berry Licious employee is being prosecuted and could face 10 years in jail if convicted.
After 10 years, the government has updated its physical activity advice. The new message? Every little bit of movement helps you stay healthy and is better than sitting on your couch.
Wounds caused by military service can stay with troops long after they leave the armed forces.
Two new studies offer unexpected insights — and solutions — into the problem of spousal abuse.
The weeks-long battle over "hanging chads" that ultimately landed the fate of the presidency in the U.S. Supreme Court, continues to cast a long shadow over the nation's political psyche.
The first bill House Democrats' will vote on would establish automatic voter registration, strengthen the Voting Rights Act, limit partisan redistricting and tighten campaign finance laws.
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The death toll from the wildfire that incinerated Paradise and surrounding areas climbed to 29 - matching the mark for the deadliest single blaze in California history - as crews continued searching for bodies in the smoldering ruins, with nearly 230 people unaccounted for.
Family attorney says Marvel giant Stan Lee, the architect of the contemporary comic book, has died at age 95.
Week in politics: Recapping the 2018 midterms, political implications for Mueller probe after AG Sessions departure and more| November 12 2018, 9:39 AM
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the headlines you might have missed over the weekend and previews some of the big stories we’re watching for in local, state and national politics this week.
Firefighters continued battling the Woolsey and Hill fires this weekend.
We take you to the Woolsey and Hill fires presser, where we’ll get the latest updates on the statues of the fires, the most recent evacuation orders and what we can expect in the coming week.