Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Tuesday overhauling the state’s management of its groundwater supply, bringing it in line with other states that have long regulated their wells.
Several State Supreme Court justices expressed skepticism on Tuesday about a Republican official’s decision to keep the Democratic nominee for the United States Senate on the ballot against his wishes.
A lawyer for Michael B. Hill said her client had seized the school in an effort to provoke the police into killing him in a “very misguided” suicide attempt.
Obama is asking lawmakers to quickly authorize a mission to arm and train Syrian rebels to defeat ISIL.
A growing number of Democrats worry the plans would commit the U.S. to an open-ended conflict.
Only three things matter to the market right now: the Fed, the Fed and the Fed.
The league's official beer sponsor said it was 'not yet satisfied' with the way the NFL was handling recent off-field misconduct.
The Fed could surprise markets Wednesday because of the wide divergence in Wall St. views about its next move.
The main whistleblower in the scandal involving the Department of Veterans Affairs has asked for an independent review of delays in care at the Phoenix VA, calling the recent investigation by the Office of Inspector General a "whitewash."
Asia might be the place to be for females working in finance, an industry infamous for its grueling hours and male-dominated management culture.
The e-commerce giant has spent over $4 billion on just four acquisitions in the first half of 2014.
Wal-Mart's VP of corporate communications is leaving after a background check revealed he hadn't finished his college degree.
The US rejected most of a $511 million loan request, dealing a blow to one of Andrew Cuomo just weeks ahead of state elections.
The rate change, effective Jan. 5 2015, applies to express, ground and freight shipments within the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
What could drive the bull? What could send it scampering to the sidelines?
He will help Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Reps. Carol Shea-Porter and Ann McLane Kuster and others.
The senator said some conservatives said that they think the wave of inversions hurts Congress' ability to revamp the tax code.
The mayor said the city may be willing to offer financial incentives up to $150 million to ensure team stays in Atlanta.