Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed a broad expansion of gun carry rights into law on Wednesday, allowing legal gun owners to take weapons into bars, churches and government buildings under certain conditions.
A former lawyer with the American Bankers Association is being considered by the White House as a possible nominee to the board of the Federal Reserve, according to sources familiar with the efforts
California lawmakers, their reputation tarnished by fraud and corruption scandals, on Wednesday took a break from normal business to attend ethics training, the latest step by the state Senate to repair its image as elections loom.
The U.S. government is studying the possibility of limiting the number of deportations (which in 2014 broke a historic record) of illegal immigrants without a serious criminal history, revealed American media on Tuesday, April 22.
The number of Latinos enrolled in the University of California has passed the number of Anglos for the first time, reported the California Public University System on Tuesday.
A New Jersey legislative panel investigating the "Bridgegate" traffic scandal subpoenaed the press spokesman to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and three other officials on Tuesday.
Colorado lawmakers are moving to tighten laws governing the sale of marijuana-infused edibles, an issue that has gained attention following two deaths possibly linked to the ingestion of cannabis products, the measures' main sponsor said on Tuesday.
A U.S. congressman from a Los Angeles community is seeking to lure the factory that makes the bestselling Sriracha-brand hot pepper sauce to his district after residents in its current location complained about the smell.
Two men were injured on Monday after a shooting near the National Zoo in northwest Washington D.C., local police reported.
A new café concept opened its doors in New York City's heart, where cat lovers will have a chance to interact with cats and enjoy good coffee.
The clip shows how this young sisters are appealing to change this law and they claim that this activity allows them to spend time with their father.
The Justice Department will widen the criteria it uses to decide which drug offenders to recommend to the president for clemency, Attorney General Eric Holder said on Monday.
A federal appeals court ordered the U.S. Department of Justice to turn over key portions of a memorandum justifying the government's targeted killing of people linked to terrorism, including Americans.
Boston Marathon 2014 Results & Winners: American Finally Wins in Men's Division After 30 YearsUnited States finally get a break as Meb Keflezighi finished first in the Boston Marathon on April 21, 2014, becoming the first American to do so in a span of three decades
At least 20 people were injured on Sunday before an Easter concert in a Florida church, when a driver lost control of her car and crashed against the building.