In Trump case, NY grand jury appears near end of its work
A New York grand jury investigating Donald Trump over a hush money payment to a porn star appears poised to complete its work soon as law enforcement officials make preparations for possible unrest in the event of an indictment.
California bill could lead to a ban on Skittles and other popular candies
A first-of-its-kind bill in California could lead to the ban of popular candies like Skittles, Nerds, and Hot Tamales due to certain additives considered dangerous and toxic.
Oklahoma court greenlights abortion to save mother's life
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a portion of the state’s ban on abortion, ruling women have a right to an abortion not just in a medical emergency.
Will Donald Trump take a mugshot if he’s indicted?
Donald Trump's arrest – if it happens – won’t look like a traditional Hollywood-style takedown with handcuffs and a 'perp walk.' Here's how experts say it would likely unfold.
California introduces bill to protect doctors who mail abortion pills
The bill is designed so California residents traveling out of state can still have access to medication legal
Donald Trump vs. Ron DeSantis: Rivals' very different styles on display
Donald Trump views Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as his only real rival for the Republican presidential nomination.
Biden to put issue of lowering drug costs at center of political agenda
Biden plans to talk up how his administration is rolling out several parts of a law passed last year that cap the price of insulin and allow the government to negotiate deals on pharmaceutical drugs for Medicare enrollees.
Gloria Molina, former LA County Supervisor, battling terminal cancer
Molina was the first Latina woman elected to the LA County Board of Supervisors in 1991. In a Facebook post, she wrote she'd been battling cancer for the last three years.
Former Rep. Pat Schroeder, pioneer for women's rights, dies at 82
Colorado Rep. Pat Schroeder was best known for getting a family leave bill passed, providing job protection for care of a newborn, sick child or parent.
Senator Mitch McConnell discharged to inpatient facility
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell has been discharged from the hospital after falling at a private dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel last week.
West Virginia could ban transgender care
The Republican governor has not taken a public stance on the measure and it's unclear whether he will sign it into law.
In Depth: Congressman Brad Sherman, Pet Safety
Hal Eisner is joined by Congressman Brad Sherman to talk about the impact of the dispute over raising the U.S. debt ceiling. Hal also speaks to dog trainer Larua Nativo and Lindsey Wolko, the founder of the Center for Pet Safety about ways to keep our pets safe.
President Biden rolls out budget plan, challenges GOP to follow suit
President Joe Biden chose a union training center in Philadelphia to lay out his new 10-year budget proposal and challenge congressional Republicans to release their own spending blueprint.
Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell remains in hospital after concussion
The Kentucky senator, who's 81, was attending a private dinner in Washington when he tripped and fell and remains hospitalized “for a few days of observation and treatment.”
'Boy Meets World' star Ben Savage announces run for Congress in California
Former "Boy Meets World" star Ben Savage is running for Congress in California's 30th Congressional District to succeed Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff.
Biden proposes new taxes on the rich to help fund Medicare
In his plan, Biden is overtly declaring that the wealthy ought to shoulder a heavier tax burden.
Michelle Obama for president in 2024?
Although Michelle Obama has denied any interest in seeking office, former White House and Pentagon official Douglas MacKinnon said she has the "it" factor that could maybe beat Trump in 2024.
Joe Biden’s reelection bid faces opposition from some Democrats
Many Democratic voters worry about President Joe Biden’s age, while others are upset with his handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan. And some in the Democratic party have never been enthusiastic about him.
DeSantis rips Newsom in Calif. speech, says state ‘hemorrhaging population’ to Florida
DeSantis said in a speech at the Reagan Presidential Library Sunday that people are leaving California for Florida where the state is "governing according to the tried and true principles that President Reagan held dear."
Self-help author Marianne Williamson begins another longshot bid for presidency
Marianne Williamson, who's also been a one-time spiritual adviser to Oprah, is the first Democrat to formally challenge President Joe Biden for the 2024 nomination.