Supreme Court blocks South Dakota newspaper from 'confidential' food stamp data
The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a blow to advocates of greater access to public information, ruling the government does not have to turn over private food stamp data.
Indiana Catholic high school fires gay teacher days after nearby school refused
Cathedral High School announced Sunday that they made the "agonizing decision" to go in the opposite direction, and "separate" from a teacher but not the church.
Air Canada investigating after passenger left asleep on empty plane
A sleeping passenger was left on board an Air Canada flight earlier this month hours after the plane had landed and the crew disembarked.
Supreme Court sides with designer over allegedly offensive trademark
The Supreme Court on Monday said a law barring the "FUCT" trademark violates the First Amendment.
Italy's Milan-Cortina wins vote to host 2026 Winter Olympics
Italy will host the 2026 Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo, taking the Winter Games to the Alpine country for the second time in 20 years
Former student released from jail over good behavior in sex assault case
Labrie, who is now 23 years old, was a student at the prestigious St. Paul's School in New Hampshire when he was accused of sexually assaulting a younger student.
Bodies of 7 missing climbers recovered in Indian Himalayas, officials say
The bodies of seven climbers who went missing in the Himalayas within India last month have been recovered, officials said.
Severe weather threatens 50 million from Wisconsin to Georgia
More than 50 million are at risk for severe weather from Wisconsin to Georgia on Monday.
Eldorado buying Caesars in $17.3B cash-and-stock deal
The deal puts about 60 casinos and resorts in 16 states under a single name.
UN rights chief: Relatives of ex-IS fighters should go home
She said children had suffered "grievous violations" of their rights.