Americans in Silicon Valley who have lost their jobs to Indian workers say new fees are the least the US can do to stop companies from importing foreigners.
The Lunada Bay Boys have a history of harassing non-locals who try to visit Lunada Bay. Now a federal class-action lawsuit charges that the group is a gang protecting its turf, and claims the police won't do anything about it.
Washington lawmakers who guaranteed tax breaks for Boeing if it promised to build its new jets in the state and keep thousands employed are unhappy with news that 4,000 or more jobs could be cut.
Missouri lawmakers are working to restrict access to abortion with state-level laws whose fate could eventually be determined by the late Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement on the US Supreme Court.
Sweden says the American lobster threatens native types and is seeking to ban it under an EU invasive species regulation.
Christian churches have been attacked and Muslims have been murdered over their consumption of beef by a "fringe" group of Hindu extremists who want India to be governed by Hindu laws.
The ruling comes as cellphones have proliferated and more attention has been paid to police interactions with citizens, and may eventually lead to an appeal to the Supreme Court.
A US District Court judge contracted a German firm to conduct evaluations of four Minnesota residents who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to support the Islamic State.
Ahead of his decision, Gov. Dennis Daugaard heard the concerns of transgender students about a bill banning them from using restrooms and locker rooms that matched their gender identities.
The state's public health department is now looking at ways to help educate visitors about potential side-effects and dosage at the point-of-sale retail locations.
How do states reconcile the wearing of body cameras with already-existing laws, like one in Pennsylvania, that prohibit recording inside a citizen's home? When should the camera record, and when should the public have access to footage?
Federal prosecutors have indicted 11 top leaders of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on charges of money laundering and fraud.
The bill would create two licenses, one that lists a "bride and groom" and another that lists a "first party and second party."
South Dakota is expected to become a legal battleground if Gov. Dennis Daugaard signs a bill prohibiting transgender students from using bathrooms for the gender with which they identify.
The dual effects of climate change and El Niño contributed to a record 98 shark attacks last year.
The LA Sheriff's Department ran an elaborate scheme to thwart a federal investigation into abuse at the county jails.
The school district's board unanimously voted to adopt a resolution declaring that it would not allow US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on school property for the purposes of identifying undocumented immigrants.
An effort to increase diversity in science and technology is spurring a wider conversation about sexual harassment and discrimination against women in those fields.
A task force created by the president to increase the number of immigrants that become naturalized US citizens just kicked off a national tour in Los Angeles.
As African populations move from the country into cities, an increase in consumption of sugary drinks and decrease in exercise has led to a growing obesity epidemic.