RALEIGH, N.C. - North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a controversial abortion bill Thursday, saying it's unnecessary and ill-advised. The bill would create new criminal and civil penalties for infanticide, specifically for situations in which a baby survives an abortion procedure. The new punishments apply to doctors and nurses who don't provide care for the surviving newborns. Supporters of ...
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Ohio lawmakers want to reduce the number of regulations in the Buckeye State, saying it will make the state more business friendly and help improve the economy.
Reverend Phil York, who officiated Nicolas Cage's marriage to Erika Koike is "offended, shocked and upset" by the actor's application for an annulment.
The Senate Rules Committee is rarely the place where emotion and heated testimony mire proceedings in partisan bickering, but the 17-member panel got its fill Wednesday.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will decide how the state’s overtime laws should be interpreted after hearing oral arguments in a case challenging a formula for calculating overtime.
Kim Kardashian West will have a place at her dad's former attorney colleague Robert Shapiro's legal firm if she "passes the bar".
Early at the Magic Kingdom entrance, it's another day of fun about to begin as "Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate's Life For Me!" blasts on the speakers and the first electric scooters are lined up to go. But by the time the park officially opens at 9 a.m., half of the scooters available for the day are already rented to anyone at least 18 willing to pay $50 a day. Other park-goers roll in through the ...
The drive to do away with abortion rights continues with a fervor that time doesn't seem to diminish. The fact that 46 years have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court decided in Roe vs. Wade that women have a constitutional right to a safe and legal abortion seems only to have energized the opposition. The court's rulings on abortion haven't been accepted in the same way other landmark rulings ...
Illinois lawmakers want to offer a tax credit for people whose homes were damaged by tornadoes last year.