|Court Upholds Ruling Against California's Assisted Suicide Law|
The decision lets stand a lower court ruling that the state's 2015 law allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs to the terminally ill was passed unconstitutionally.
|Trump Weighs Tariffs On Imported Cars|
President Trump has instructed Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to consider new protections for the domestic auto industry. He's relying on the same authority used to justify steel and aluminum tariffs.
|Anti-Castro Militant Luis Posada Carriles Dies At 90|
The Cuban exile tried for decades to oust longtime communist leader Fidel Castro.
|ACLU Report: Detained Immigrant Children Subjected To Widespread Abuse By Officials|
Government documents released under the Freedom of Information Act reveal a pattern of abuse, says the ACLU. The government says its investigations found no evidence of misconduct.
|FBI Over-Counted Encrypted Phones Connected To Crimes — By A Lot|
For about seven months, the bureau has been telling Congress and the public that potential evidence on nearly 7,800 blocked devices continues to elude investigators. Those numbers are way off.
|Overturned Truck Flips Commuters The Bird, Spilling 40,000 Lbs. Of Feathers|
The semi scattered nearly 2,300 chickens' worth of feathers across an interstate highway Wednesday, according to authorities in Washington state. Oh, and reader beware: There be puns in this post.
|Milwaukee Police Disciplined For Using Stun Gun On, Arresting NBA Player|
Police confronted Sterling Brown, a rookie with the Milwaukee Bucks, in January over a parking violation. On Wednesday, Milwaukee's police chief said that the officers had acted inappropriately.
|Opioid Crisis Takes A Toll On Economic Outlook For Many Americans, Fed Says|
One out of five Americans say they personally know someone who has been addicted to opioids or prescription painkillers, according to a new report about the economic well-being of U.S. households.
|On Capitol Hill, USA Gymnastics President Apologizes To Nassar's Victims|
Executives from the U.S. Olympic Committee and the governing bodies of swimming, taekwondo and volleyball also testified about changes their organizations are making to protect athletes from abuse.
|Senate Reaches Agreement On Changes To How Congress Handles Sexual Harassment Claims|
Senate leaders announced a deal on legislation to overhaul how Congress investigates allegations of sexual harassment. The measure makes lawmakers personally liable for settling claims and streamlines the process for filing complaints. Top Republican and Democratic leaders hailed the deal and promised quick action.
|Southern Baptist President Removed Over Language On Sexual Abuse Of Women|
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has removed its president over past advice he gave women regarding sexual abuse. He advised women to pray for their abuses and not report them to authorities.
|Most States Don't Require Guns To Be Locked Up|
The latest mass school shooting in Texas rekindles a debate over gun storage laws, after it was revealed the alleged shooter used his father's guns. The National Rifle Association also favors tightening how owners handle guns, but actual laws and regulations are a mixed bag.