Legal experts said school superintendent had no choice after challenge from atheists.
Solar energy advocates argued NV Energy was trying to take away the incentive to install solar panels.
After DOJ finds pattern of discrimination, judge withdraws all arrest warrants issued before 2015.
Researcher points to history of “black-led protests in which some violence occurs" and "significant decline in Democratic vote-share."
Critics slam timing on the first anniversary of the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
Kathleen Kane is accused of leaking grand jury information to reporters; she says it's a vendetta from state office skin fans.
Michigan Republicans take the actress nicknamed “Half Pint” by Michael Landon seriously.
Mayor Garcetti says reservoir addition could save 300 million gallons of water a year.
“It’s a different twist,” sponsor tells PJM.
Bureaucrats warned to back off in the Windy City.
“For our Muslim neighbors who follow Sharia law…there are limited options for financing a home."
Courser was having an affair with another freshman lawmaker and cooked up gay sex rumor to “agitate the situation."
Democrat says no matter the cost, what’s right is right.
Gov. Cuomo celebrates his victory and promises it’s just the beginning.
Protests could be directed not just at police, but at $300M that could be devoted to new St. Louis NFL stadium.
This well-behaved creature of the road would tank revenue from traffic tickets and broadside insurance companies.
"No such agreement shall be binding upon any state unless and until it has been approved by Congress."
Women who say Bill Cosby raped them lobbied for the legislation.
City officials are tired of asking police to write tickets after the urine has flowed.
GOP unleashes the “Death Star” bill to battle labor unions and Democrats.
Opponents "don’t want to have the local police doing the federal government’s work by destroying families."
Christians battle anti-religion group in Arkansas after losing in Oklahoma.
Governor accused of appointing "an ideologue...who rejected public education for her own family."
Across the Missouri River in Kansas City, Mo., though, the governor issues a very different executive order.