Restrictions on some types of abortions in Arizona went into effect Tuesday morning after a federal judge upheld state changes limiting a woman's access to an abortion-inducing drug.
With it doubtful the Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion will be overturned any time soon, opponents of abortion have been attacking it piecemeal, passing legislation to make it more difficult to obtain the procedure.
A new Texas law that?s been cited in the closures of more than a dozen abortion clinics in the state does not violate the U.S. Constitution, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
In a seemingly dismal year for Democrats, who face the prospect of losing House seats and possibly control of the Senate, there is one bright spot: a chance to elect governors in several states run by Republicans.
More than a third of adults have smoked it ? including the last three presidents. Dozens of songs and movies have been made about it.
Every weekday, about a dozen large garbage trucks peel away from the oil boom that has spread through western North Dakota to bump along a gravel road to the McKenzie County landfill.
A crackdown on smuggling rings bringing thousands of Central American children to the U.S. has resulted in 192 arrests and the seizure of $625,000 in U.S. bank holdings, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced.
Two of high school football's most entertaining and successful coaches, 73-year-old Bill Redell of Oaks Christian and 65-year-old Bruce Rollinson of Santa Ana Mater Dei, warmly greeted each other on Saturday at the San Juan Hills passing tournament. "What are the two of us still doing this for?" Rollinson said. "I have no idea," Redell countered, "especially after I ran into two parents on the way down." Both are elite coaches with programs that have maintained a high standard. Redell is back as head coach at Oaks Christian after leaving for two years, and let's just say based on his team's skill position players, the Lions' cupboard is...