On Monday, a state judge in Manhattan struck down New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's rule capping soda sizes. And lawmakers in Mississippi are taking the backlash against government regulation on food marketing one step further.
Cardinals have attended a special Mass in Rome, as they prepare to begin voting to elect a new Pope.
A month after trustees in Homer rejected a water contract for a proposed coal mine, trustees have reconsidered and approved the plan with Sunrise Coal on a 4-3 vote.
A spokesman for striking building and food service workers at the University of Illinois says members are getting a lot of backing from other unions. The three-day strike by SEIU Local 73 started at midnight Monday– and will go on until 12 a.m. Thursday.
The federal government is charging Illinois with securities fraud, claiming it misled investors about the health of its pension system.
A researcher is able to create new, personalized voices using sound samples from people who have never been able to speak.
The NATO campaign is now in a new phase. After years of fighting the Taliban and bolstering anemic local governance, NATO troops are handing those responsibilities over to the Afghans.
The stage is now set for the opening act of one of the more spectacular and intriguing theatrical dramas on the planet: the election of a pope.
Indiana has secured its first outright Big Ten Championship in 20 years, while the Illini will open the Big Ten tournament Thursday at 11 a.m. against Minnesota.
Cody Zeller refused to bask in the glory of an outright Big Ten title the Indiana Hoosiers probably wouldn't have won without him.