Supreme Court Strikes Down Controversial Texas Abortion Law
On Monday morning the Supreme Court announced a 5-3 decision striking down a Texas law that restricted the operations of abortion clinics in the state.
Police Call UCLA Campus Shooting a Murder-Suicide; No Gunman at Large [UPDATED]
A gunman shot and killed two people on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles at about 10 a.m. Wednesday (local time), according to university officials. Police, FBI and other law-enforcement agencies are on the scene trying to locate the shooter, who remains at large.
Donald Trump Now Presumptive GOP Nominee, as Kasich Drops Out After Cruz
Ohio governor John Kasich announced he will suspend his presidential campaign, leaving Donald Trump alone in the GOP presidential primary.
Peyton Manning to Announce Retirement
Peyton Manning, the two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, is expected to announce his retirement on Monday in Denver.
Harper Lee, Author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ Has Died at 89
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, died in her sleep Thursday night at the age of 89.
FBI and Apple Locked in Battle Over San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, America's top domestic law enforcement agency, and Apple Inc., one of the world's most valuable and popular companies, are currently waging a high-stakes legal battle over a single device: the iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook, the man killed by police …
Hillary Clinton Announced as Winner of Iowa Democratic Caucuses
The former Secretary of State oh-so-narrowly edged out Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, by a final tally of 49.8 percent to 49.6.
Watch President Obama’s Final State of the Union Address Here
Tuesday night will mark the last time President Obama travels to Capitol Hill to address both houses of Congress for his annual State of the Union speech. Aides have announced that the speech will focus mainly on the president's optimistic outlook about America's future, along with a look …
Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Piazza Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
On Wednesday evening, the Baseball Hall of Fame announced its newest members: Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza. Griffey set a record by being named on 99.3 percent of all ballots, surpassing the mark set by Tom Seaver in 1992.
President Obama Announces New Measures to Reduce Gun Violence in Emotional Speech
At the White House on Tuesday, President Obama introduced 10 new provisions aimed at reducing the gun violence he says is plaguing the entire country, as evidenced by the spate of mass shootings that have occurred over the last several years.