Protesters burned Israeli and U.S. flags or stomped on Trump posters in displays of anger.
Airlines are already required to disclose bag fees, but critics say the information is often hidden.
Gay marriage was endorsed by 62 percent of voters who responded to a national postal ballot by November.
The USOC responded with a statement Thursday saying plans to compete in the Olympics, which run Feb. 9-25, hadn’t changed.
Congress on Thursday passed a stopgap spending bill to prevent a government shutdown.
A shooting at a high school in a small New Mexico town left two students and the suspect dead.
Franken has apologized for his behavior but has also disputed some of the allegations.
More than 2,300 servicemen were killed in the assault carried out by Japanese airplanes 76 years ago.
Cyber scalpers are making it harder than ever to get your hands on the season’s hot toys.
David Ermold returned to the courthouse nearly two years after Kim Davis refused to give him a license because he was gay.
Some senators say a ban could save lives, while other say bump stocks can be easily made at home.
No minivans, pickups or mini cars earn the highest award.
The cuts are being made in response to a declining traditional power market.
A large Danish study suggests that, like older pills, new formulations still modestly raise the risk of breast cancer, especially with long-…
Palestinians shuttered schools and shops and called for protests in West Bank towns on Thursday.
Investigators strongly believe the female body was that of Sydney Loofe, 24, missing from Nebraska.
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Hundreds of homes across the L.A. metropolitan area and beyond were feared destroyed since Monday.
Though the writing appeared to be on the wall, Franken’s departure was not certain.
The 173-page document was dictated to his aides soon after the end of the war.
The nation’s homeless population increased this year for the first time since 2010.
Four months later, some people in Kansas think they have two governors.