A South Carolina sheriff is refusing to lower the flag to honor Nelson Mandela because, though he "did great things for his country," he was not an American.
Though Congress has done little to increase spending or enact laws to improve mental-health care after the 2012 Sandy Hook school shootings, dozens of states have increased or restored such funding.
The California health exchange has admitted it has been divulging contact information for tens of thousands of consumers to insurance agents without their permission or knowledge in an effort to...
The Federal Trade Commission was created in 1914 in the age of oil barons and rail tycoons to bust the big trusts. Today, it's busting a smaller enterprise - the Music Teachers National Association.
In July of this year, Vermont lawmakers took a bold step.
They removed criminal penalties for those caught with small amounts of marijuana.
The head of Colorado's state health care exchange is asking for a year-end raise and bonus even though enrollment numbers are not meeting expectations.
Detroit's historic bankruptcy will move forward after a judge ruled Tuesday that the financially crumbling city is eligible to shed billions in debt.
The stakes are high for Colorado’s multi-billion dollar ski industry.
Denver officials have backed off a controversial proposal that would have banned smoking marijuana on private property if it was in public view.
A gun-rights activist is taking the city of Phoenix back to court over its refusal to put up a bus-stop ad that declares "Guns Save Lives."