Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy put a hold on gay weddings in Idaho and Nevada that were supposed to have started Wednesday. Adam Romero, professor of law at UCLA's Williams Institute, explains why.
Last month, more than 40 university students disappeared in the Mexican City of Iguala. Authorities recently discovered more than two dozen bodies in shallow graves, the mayor has gone missing and the federal government has removed the entire local force due to corruption.
We're getting close to the second open enrollment period for people to buy health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, which starts next month. California is seen as a bellwether of the law's success.
Behind each one of the millions of cases of Alzheimers is a personal and often devastating story of people like Jackie Belcoe. Her niece and writer Tiffany Stanley describes what she learned caring for her aunt.