Voters gave a cold shoulder to candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump, and Los Angeles County voters gave the heave-ho to Sheriff Alex Villanueva.
Four of the 12 unions representing workers on America's freight rail lines have voted to reject a new contract.
Mastodon might not be the future of decentralized social media, but it can’t hurt to check it out as Twitter implodes.
While we often spend Thanksgiving remembering a different set of Puritan settlers, the religious, freedom-loving Roger Williams is an apt hero for the more liberty-minded.
Regulators are beginning to smile on the sci-fi project of creating real meat products without the typical death and environmental destruction.
Found families may ultimately lead to new ones.
Private property was the solution to their failed experiment. But people keep repeating the Pilgrims' mistakes.
The state is threatening to punish doctors whose advice deviates from the "scientific consensus."
Nashville is the latest city to eliminate minimum parking requirements while simultaneously capping how much parking developers are now allowed to build.
While the pause comes as a relief to those opposed to the death penalty, Ivey's full-throated defense of the practice makes it clear that she seeks only a temporary pause in executions, not an end to the policy.
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Local governments are considering rules that could force "psilocybin service centers" to locate near highways and go through expensive, discretionary permitting processes.
Alvin Bragg has finally moved to stop prosecuting Tracy McCarter for murder.
Poor countries expecting a climate change reparations bonanza will likely be disappointed.
Nearly 20 months after the state legalized recreational use, no licensed pot shops have opened, but the black market is booming.
If it comes down to a party-line vote, Republicans don't have enough seats in the state Senate to remove Krasner from office.
The link between Bostock v. Clayton County and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina
Mandatory Life Sentences for Juvenile Homicide Offenders are Unconstitutional, Rules Tennessee Supreme Court
The court says a 51-year "life" sentence for a 2015 murder violated the Eighth Amendment.