The Castro, 1990, and a first night in drag.
Gov. Robert Bentley says the federal government failed to consult the state regarding refugee placement. Alabama is the second state to sue the government over the resettlement issue.
It's one of the deadliest attacks in Libya since the 2011 ouster of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
Since October, a natural gas storage well near Los Angeles has been spewing hundreds of tons of methane gas each day. The leak isn't expected to be fixed for months.
One suit accused the police of violating the New York and U.S. Constitutions "by singling out and stigmatizing entire communities of New Yorkers based on their religion."
As tension boils between the two regional powers, witnesses say it's not clear that Iran's embassy sustained damage, or was even hit.
The president has cycled through more chiefs of staff than any of his White House predecessors. Denis McDonough is the one who came to stay.
A district judge in San Francisco said that Congress and the president can choose to "extend the protection of law to animals as well as humans" — but that for now, no, monkeys can't own copyrights.
The case centers on doping violations by Russian long-distance runner Lilya Shobukhova "and the exaction of monies from her as the price to pay for enabling her" to compete.
Also: Congress sends President Obama a bill repealing the Affordable Care Act; Oregon residents want an armed group to leave; and nobody won the Powerball! The jackpot soared to $675 million.
Workers are using a crane to rescue the miners, according to local reports from Lansing, north of Ithaca. The first group was reportedly brought up early Thursday.
With U.S. stock prices already seeing their worst three-day opening for a year since 2008, China's trading day lasted less than 30 minutes Thursday.
In his first appearance on the ballot, Ken Griffey Jr. received 99.3 percent of the vote — the highest percentage ever. Mike Piazza got enough votes this year after falling 28 short in 2015.
State Trooper Brian Encinia is losing his job after being accused of perjury regarding how he treated Bland during a traffic stop. Bland was found hanged in her jail cell three days later.
TransCanada's lawsuit claims President Obama exceeded his authority when he rejected the pipeline in November. It is also filing a $15 billion suit under the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Prices already are averaging less than $2 a gallon nationwide, and a new report shows gasoline inventories are surging. Experts say that sets the stage for more price drops in coming days.
The Burns Paiute tribe is demanding that the anti-federalist militants leave their ancestral lands.