A Los Angeles teachers union leader hinted of a possible resumption of contract bargaining Wednesday as striking educators in the second largest U.S. school district walked picket lines outside hundreds of schools for a third day.
Children they've gotten to see grow up. Grandchildren they've been able to meet. New jobs and adventures.
Somali immigrants can testify at the sentencing this month of three militia members convicted of plotting to bomb their apartment complex in a southwest Kansas city, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Seven adult children who were freed from their parents' California home and years of alleged abuse are not bitter, their attorney said Wednesday.
Police say a would-be bank robber who said he had a bomb and displayed a handgun was fatally shot by an officer after fleeing the bank.
Michigan State University's Board of Trustees will seek to oust interim President John Engler if he doesn't resign amid criticism of comments he has made about victims of imprisoned ex-sports medicine doctor Larry Nassar, a trustee said Wednesday.
Sinclair Broadcast wants to "Stirr" up streaming.
Federal prosecutors want a Tennessee teacher who was on the run for weeks with a 15-year-old student to spend 30 years in prison.
On each side of the abortion debate, legislators and activists emboldened by recent political developments plan to push aggressively in many states this year for bills high on their wish lists: either seeking to impose near-total bans on abortion or guaranteeing women's access to the procedure.
An Illinois man who spent more than two decades in prison for murder has been absolved of the 1993 crime because the ballistics used to…
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin has filed a federal lawsuit seeking repeal of state laws that make it more difficult for women, particularly in rural areas, to receive abortions.
A tribute to thousands of rescue and recovery workers who labored in the ruins of the World Trade Center is taking shape in Vermont, where workers are chipping at and chiseling slabs of granite that will be installed this spring at the national Sept. 11 memorial.
New York real estate heir Robert Durst has been scheduled to go on trial in late summer on charges of killing a friend in Los Angeles nearly two decades ago.
The Latest on the criticism of Michigan State's president from the Larry Nassar fallout (all times local):
The Supreme Court appears ready to strike down a Tennessee provision that requires people to live in the state for two years before obtaining a license to sell alcohol.
The Latest on the kidnapping of Wisconsin teenager Jayme Closs and the killing of her parents (all times local):
This week marks 25 years since a deadly earthquake struck Southern California's densely populated San Fernando Valley.
Scientists say Minnesota is one of the fastest warming states in the country, as its famously bitter winters grow milder.
Emotions ran high as the debate kicked off at the state Capitol on whether Minnesota should legalize recreational marijuana.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says he will likely include a "first step" toward legalizing medical marijuana in his first state budget proposal.