Two Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation to make medical marijuana legal in Tennessee, but only in oil-based products.
House lawmakers unveiled a long-awaited bipartisan plan aimed at tackling the way that workplace complaints, including sexual harassment, are handled on Capitol Hill.
Illinois education administrators are seeking to double the amount of money public schools get in the coming year.
A Kentucky legislative panel has approved a bill to require health officials to track the success of state-funded substance abuse treatment programs.
No one was injured during the robbery.
YouTube and Facebook are trying to stop the spread of the Tide Pod Challenge, a bizarre and dangerous phenomenon in which social media users eat laundry detergent packets on camera.
Injecting confusion into already perilous shutdown negotiations, President Donald Trump undercut his own administration’s stance by tweeting Thursday that a children’s health insurance program should not be part of a short-term budget agreement.
The mayor of Harrisburg says a U.S. marshal is dead after being shot while serving an arrest warrant in Pennsylvania’s capital city.
Trump said on Twitter: “The Wall is the Wall, it has never changed or evolved from the first day I conceived of it.”
After reviewing 238 proposals from across North America, Amazon has released its top 20 candidates for its second headquarters.
Two cars crashed on Illinois Route 15 at Liberty Church Road Thursday morning.
KitKat fans are about to get their first taste of ruby chocolate.
From Charlotte to Raleigh, North Carolina's five most populous cities all saw significant snow from a system that followed an atypical west-to-east path across the state.
Marshall County Schools Superintendent Trent Lovett calls Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed budget the worst cut he’s seen to public education in a long time.
A bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday formally unveiled their immigration proposal with new supporters, even as the White House continued to call the deal dead on arrival.
The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill that would give civil immunity to people who break into locked vehicles to rescue dogs and cats considered to be at risk of death.
Snow and ice didn't keep a community staple of nearly 50 years from going up in flames Wednesday. Multiple agencies responded to a fire at Peck's Market.
When a horse barn went up in flames, the owners risked their lives to try to save the animals inside. All but one horse made it out alive.