The Masterpiece Cakeshop owner who won a 7-2 Supreme Court decision in June when he refused to bake a cake for a gay couple based on his religious beliefs is suing the state of Colorado once again.
Tammie Angel and her husband scrambled to raise the furniture in their home and evacuate at 3 a.m. on Aug. 14, 2016.
The couple had lived in their suburban Baton Rouge home for 25 years and never imagined that nearly three feet of water would swamp most of their possessions, costing them $100,000 in damages and devastating the surrounding area during historic flooding across parts of south Louisiana.
Syrian First Lady Asma al-Assad is undergoing treatment for breast cancer, according to a tweet Wednesday from the office of the Syrian Presidency.
The largest companies in the United States are achieving some of their strongest growth numbers since the “Great Recession” from 2007-2009.
A U.S. district judge declared Albuquerque’s civil asset forfeiture program unconstitutional.
The Manchester Arena suicide bomber who killed 22 people at a concert last year was rescued by the British Royal Navy during the Second Libyan Civil War, three years prior to his deadly attack.
Democratic strongholds deducted nearly $150 million from Medicaid caregivers’ payments and handed them to labor unions in 2017, according to a report released by the Freedom Foundation.
A New York Democratic congressional candidate said he was inspired to run for a House seat because of the similarities he saw between the political ascents of President Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler.
The American Federation of Teachers passed a resolution over the weekend advocating for endorsed candidates to support AFT issues such as universal health care and free college tuition.