A 78-year-old New York man who was evicted from federally subsidized housing because he uses medical marijuana says the conflicting state and federal marijuana rules that left him homeless are now threatening his medical care
Workers in Paris swept up broken glass and towed away burnt-out cars on Sunday after the latest "yellow vest" riots, while the government warned of slower economic growth and said that President Emmanuel Macron would address the nation this week. Pascale Davies reports.
A former Bloomberg LP executive is among 13 people charged in a pay-to-play scheme involving construction work at two of the company's Manhattan offices
Detectives were trying to determine whether nude photographs linked to a former University of Southern California gynecologist show any of the women who claim he sexually harassed or abused them during examinations
California's top firefighter says the state's increasingly deadly and destructive wildfires have become so unpredictable that government officials should consider banning home construction in fire-prone areas
A coalition of local governments and utilities has sued the state of Michigan over its implementation of the nation's toughest drinking water rules for lead