California has sued to block the Trump administration from cancelling nearly $1 billion for the state's high-speed rail project.
A World War II aircraft that took part in the D-Day invasion in 1944 is returning to Europe for the 75th anniversary of the battle.
Abortion providers say the flurry of recent state laws restricting abortion has emboldened protesters outside their clinics and created uncertainty about their ability to recruit new doctors and in some cases, even stay open.
Tennessee's embattled House Speaker Glen Casada says he plans to resign following a vote of no confidence by his Republican caucus.
Federal regulators are reviewing plans to sell retiring nuclear reactors to a nuclear waste management company for accelerated decommissioning.
Prosecutors to call 1st of 5 women to testify at rape trial of Kellen Winslow Jr.; defense lawyers argue the sex was consensual.
A powerful storm system that spawned dozens of tornado sightings is now causing significant flash flooding in parts of Oklahoma.
A San Francisco reporter is demanding the return of property after police raided his home to find the source of a leaked report into the death of the city's public defender.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has approved a law making his state the first to approve composting as an alternative to burying or cremating human remains.
Dozens of inmates are set to stay in Washington state prisons for life because were left out of the latest in a multi-year wave of U.S. reforms targeting "three strikes" laws.
Kentucky Republicans will give an initial verdict on Gov. Matt Bevin's job performance in Tuesday's primary election.
Nevada lawmakers are bucking a national trend of anti-abortion laws by voting to repeal requirements that physicians document a pregnant woman's marital status and tell her about the "emotional implications" of an abortion.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' plans to hold a Cabinet meeting while he's in Israel has raised concerns about whether the officials are violating the state's open-meeting laws.
Police in Dallas say they are investigating whether the killings of two transgender women and an assault on a third are connected.
A federal judge who struck down Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban last year is hearing arguments about a new law that puts the ban even earlier.
After Eric Garner died during a confrontation with New York City police in 2014, one officer involved in the struggle says he wrote up paperwork exaggerating the seriousness of the dead man's suspected crime.
A witness at the sex-trafficking trial of self-help guru Keith Raniere says he was a coward during his capture in Mexico and a bully with a disobedient follower.
A Virginia man who weighs more than 900 pounds has pleaded guilty in a cocaine conspiracy case during a hearing held in a courthouse loading zone as he lay on a stretcher inside an ambulance.
Colorado officials say they have no plans to stop energy companies from drilling for oil and gas while regulators overhaul state rules to focus on health, safety and the environment.
Oregon will use ground-penetrating radar to search for bodies buried on a campus of the former psychiatric hospital where the movie "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" was filmed.