New York State To Protect Abortion Providers Under New Laws
New York has expanded legal protections for people seeking and providing abortions in the state.
Supreme Court Tackling Case about Praying Football Coach
Bremerton High School coach Joseph Kennedy's lawyers say the Constitution's freedom of speech and freedom of religion guarantees allow him to pray on the field.
Latest on Ukraine: March 18, 2022 Germany Mulls Imposing Russian Oil Embargo
German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has indicated that her country should consider imposing an oil embargo on Russia in the wake of its invasion of Ukraine.
Latest on Ukraine: March 14, 2022: 2 Killed in Attack on Ukraine Aircraft Factory
Ukrainian authorities say two people have died after Russian forces struck an aircraft factory, and another was killed when a residential building was fired upon.
The Latest on Ukraine: March 11, 2022 Civilian Casualties Keep Rising
The U.N. human rights office says it has documented 549 civilian deaths and 957 injuries so far following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
MLB Players Vote To End Lockout, Salvaging 162-Game Season
Players have voted to accept Major League Baseball’s latest offer for a new labor deal, paving the way to end a 99-day lockout and salvage a 162-game regular season.
Kupp Caps Triple Crown Season with Super Bowl MVP
Cooper Kupp, named MVP, helped give the Los Angeles Rams their first Super Bowl title ever in Los Angeles with a 23-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Jussie Smollett Convicted of Staging Attack, Lying to Police
jury has convicted Jussie Smollett on five of six charges he staged a racist, anti-gay attack on himself and lied to Chicago police about it.
Pfizer Says COVID Booster Offers Protection Against Omicron
Pfizer says a booster dose of its COVID-19 vaccine may protect against the new omicron variant.
Sand, Catan, Piñatas Lead Toy Hall Of Fame Finalists
Cabbage Patch Kids touched off the first big holiday toy craze nearly 40 years ago.