A federal appeals court has revoked a key approval of the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Now, state regulators are working to change the rules—again—so the project can proceed.
An editor's close analysis of the often contradictory testimonies given last week can help you make sense of it all.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs several laws affecting women, including the controversial mandate for publicly traded companies based in the state.
Kathryn Mayorga seeks to void a previous out-of-court settlement and nondisclosure agreement from the alleged attack in 2009.
The businessman who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple is now suing Colorado because it opposed his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition.
In a rare move, Arkema North America, its CEO and a plant manager are charged in an explosion at a Crosby, Texas, plant that sent harmful chemicals into the air after Hurricane Harvey . The company vows to fight charges.
In an unusually direct appeal to voters, the Senate's top Democrat says that to block "an ideological nominee" to the Supreme Court, people should "tell your senators" to oppose anyone from the president's list.
The 5-4 decision, a major victory for Trump on one of his central issues, finds the U.S. president has substantial power to regulate immigration. A dissenting justice says the outcome is a historic mistake.
Theodore McCarrick, 87, the retired archbishop of Washington, D.C., has been removed from public ministry and faces further punishment over allegations he sexually abused a teenager more than 40 years ago.