Ann Sanner, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 3:30pm
A Cincinnati abortion clinic can legally continue operating despite not having a required transfer agreement with a nearby hospital for emergencies, under a decision from the state's health director on Friday.
Tim Talley, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 3:21pm
The Oklahoma House Friday narrowly passed and sent to the governor a $6.8 billion budget for the upcoming year following hours of partisan discussion and debate in which Democrats and Republicans blamed each other for failing to fully fill a projected $1.3 billion budget shortfall.
David Pitt, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 3:11pm
The possibility of an American Indian burial site in northwest Iowa may require relocation of a crude oil pipeline route and delay the beginning of construction in Iowa, the only one of four states where work hasn't begun.
Alan Fram, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 2:40pm
Donald Trump is "a small man" for accepting $150,000 from a federal fund for small businesses hurt by the Sept. 11 attacks and should return the money or donate it to charity, a New York Democratic congressman said.
Seanna Adcox, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 2:30pm
South Carolina State University would be free from $12 million in state loans but would have to repay $6 million over the next 16 years under terms approved Friday by legislators negotiating a state budget compromise.
Jeff Martin and Russ Bynum, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 2:30pm
Travelers who were dreading long airport security lines ahead of the Memorial Day weekend instead reported moving quickly through checkpoints Friday after authorities opened extra screening lanes and used bomb-sniffing dogs to give some passengers a break from removing their shoes.
Doctors who perform abortions in Oklahoma won't be guilty of a felony after the state Senate adjourned for the year without trying to override Republican Gov. Mary Fallin's veto of a bill to make it a felony crime.
Jeff Horwitz, Associated Press | Posted May 27th - 2:00pm
The Education Department on Friday appointed a new lawyer to oversee the turnaround of schools once owned by Corinthian Colleges Inc., following an Associated Press review that found trouble at the schools and questioned the previous monitor's independence.