Military: Sailor Shoots 3 at Pearl Harbor, Takes Own Life
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam has reopened following a lockdown.
NY Health Department Confirms 2nd Vaping-Related Death
New York's Department of Health has declared the state’s second death linked to a vaping-associated illness.
47 States Back Antitrust Investigation Into Facebook
Facebook's latest foes: nearly every U.S. state.
NY Law Could Prevent Costly Surprise ER Bills
Insurance companies must ensure that patients don't face higher out-of-pocket costs when receiving emergency care under a new state law.
Cuomo Signs Bill Extending Statute Of Limitations For Rape
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill extending the statute of limitations for second and third-degree rape.
New York Law Extending Gun Waiting Period Takes Effect
The waiting period on certain New York gun purchases has been extended from three days to 30 days under a state law.
New York To Require Health Warnings In Vape Shops
New York state is moving to require health warning signs in shops that sell vaping devices following hundreds of cases of lung illnesses believed to be related to the habit.
Parents of Unvaccinated Kids Decry Religious Exemption’s End
Parents of unvaccinated children in New York state are protesting the repeal of a religious exemption to school immunization requirements.
Judge Denies Order Letting Unvaccinated Kids Go To School
A judge has upheld a New York state law repealing religious exemptions from vaccinations required for children attending school schools and day care programs.
Planned Parenthood Leaves Federal Family Planning Program
"We will not be bullied into withholding abortion information from our patients," said McGill Johnson. "Our patients deserve to make their own health care decisions, not to be forced to have Donald Trump or Mike Pence make those decisions for them."