'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Indiana's decision to deny Planned Parenthood Medicaid funds because it performs abortions denies women the freedom to choose their health care providers, a federal hearing officer said.
Michigan Democrats and Republican Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter are on the same page on at least one issue: why Mr. McCotter is being forced to run his re-election bid as a write-in candidate.
Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II has appointed one of his Democratic predecessors to argue in a high-profile redistricting lawsuit against the state.
An anti-technology group calling itself "Individuals Tending to Savagery" was responsible for a package bomb that injured two university professors just outside Mexico City, a state prosecutor said Tuesday.
Amazon.com Inc. wants California voters to decide whether to overturn a new law that forces online retailers to collect sales taxes there, setting the stage for a potentially high-dollar ballot fight next year that would pit business against business.
Health insurer WellPoint Inc. will pay $100,000 and take other steps after admitting it waited months to notify 32,000 Indiana customers that their Social Security numbers, health records and other personal information might have been exposed online, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said Tuesday.
A Virginia inmate who was sentenced to death for raping and killing an elderly woman in 2001 is facing an August execution.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Tuesday that federal police have caught one of the country's most-wanted drug lords.