After weeks and months of public debate and speculation about the legal fate of same-sex marriage, the second round of arguments takes place at the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday.
North Korea on Wednesday cut a hotline with the South and told the United Nations that conditions were ripe for a “simmering nuclear war” on the peninsula.
By now we know that not every food is what it seems. Beef might be horse meat, and tuna might be much cheaper escolar. Extra virgin olive oil is often nothing of the kind.
The unmanned cargo capsule built by the private firm SpaceX splashed down in the Pacific Ocean after delivering the goods to the International Space Station.
In the months following the school shooting in Newtown, Conn., polls showed greater support for stricter gun control laws.
In the first of two hearings on one of the nation’s most controversial issues — same-sex marriage — Supreme Court justices on Tuesday poked holes in the arguments made by supporters and opponents of bans on gay marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court turned up its nose a bit Tuesday on the use of drug-sniffing dogs, ruling that the Fourth Amendment limits the ability of police to use the animals near a home.
The United States spent nearly $4 million on the the pensions, travel, office space, staff of former presidents.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday held the first of two high-profile hearings on laws concerning same-sex marriage (today’s focuses on California’s Proposition 8 ban on gay marriage; Wednesday’s focuses on the Defense of Marriage Act).
North Korea says it has moved its artillery and ballistic missiles into “combat posture” for possible use against targets in South Korea, Guam, Hawaii and the U.S. mainland.