The U.S. Supreme Court said Saturday that Texas' controversial voter identification law can go into effect for now -- a decision that comes two days before early voting in the state.
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The decision, which contained no reasoning, set the ground rules for the current election; early voting there starts on Monday.
The stock market needs to see a therapist.
The justices declined to re-impose an injunction against the law granted last week by a judge.
Chief Justice John Roberts seems to be going wobbly again.
The NSA is not known for transparency, but there is some secret stuff it's willing to show you, in a museum.
An 18-year-old San Diego State University student diagnosed with meningitis died Friday, leaving university officials scrambling to notify up to 400 people with whom she may have come in contact.
Three day care workers in Massachusetts have been fired, accused of hanging a toddler from a doorknob by his shirt and then taking photos and video.
The police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old in a St. Louis suburb last summer has told investigators that he was pinned in his vehicle and in fear for his life as they struggled over his gun, The New York Times reported.
Hurricane Ana was carving a path just south of Hawaii, sending strong waves pounding some shorelines and producing strong enough winds for officials to urge caution.
David Mohney wanted big changes for his family: to end his turbulent marriage, move his children 1,900 miles from Florida to South Dakota and transition from being a stay-at-home dad to starting work as a chiropractor.
San Diego State University says a student with meningitis remains on life support but she's not expected to recover.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee made its first post-Election Day buy in Louisiana, joining the Republicans in starting to prepare for a likely runoff in the state’s Senate race.
Health specialists said a travel ban would do more harm than good because it would isolate impoverished nations that are barely able to cope with the Ebola outbreak.
Hurricane Gonzalo struck Bermuda, lashing the tiny island chain with sustained winds topping 100 miles per hour.
A Northern California man awaiting trial for insurance fraud has been charged with plotting to kill nine witnesses set to testify against him.
Some people enrolled in private coverage through the Affordable Care Act are hesitating to use their insurance because of the high out-of-pocket costs.
A seasoned crisis-response operative, Ron Klain, is charged with managing the federal efforts to contain the deadly virus.
As of Friday, eight confirmed cases of Ebola have been or are being treated in the United States. Dozens of others are being monitored.