The shade-throwing between Bernie Sanders's camp and Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been going on for months, but there's at least one person who stands to benefit: Tim Canova.
Salaried workers making up to $47,476 annually must receive overtime for hours past 40 per week; prior salary cutoff was $23,660.
Drug maker's decision to not sell its products for use in executions will make it harder for states to carry out death sentences.
Prohibitions on research prevent growers from learning true dangers of pesticides, but many are turning to sustainable growing.
Spy agency chronicles terrorist's death on anniversary of U.S.'s successful operation in Abbottabad.
"Saturday Night Live" aired a tribute to the late superstar, complete with his funky performance of 'Let's Go Crazy' at the 40th anniversary after-party.
Revived rules designed to incentivize people looking for work result in the loss of benefits for 500,000 to 1 million people.
Clinton maintains the lead in polls but the gap has narrowed ahead of the April 19 primary.
The Rock Hall of Fame's limited selection process draws heat from skeptics, largely because those who do the choosing aren't themselves musicians.
In some states' crowded legal weed market, pot entrepreneurs have to get highly creative.
A win for Sanders is make-or-break in the Badger State.
Thousands waited in line for hours to see the struggling presidential candidate speak.
The CEO of a fund for slain officers' families speaks out on Jacai Colson's death.