Dee-Ann Durbin, Associated Press | Posted Jan 24th - 1:38pm
The threat from President Donald Trump to tax Mexican-made cars sold in the U.S. would throw the auto industry into disarray, analysts say, forcing some uncomfortable choices: Raise car prices or swallow the cost. Stop selling Mexican-made cars in the U.S. but risk losing customers. Move production to the U.S. but make less money.
Grant Schulte and Julia Shumway, Associated Press | Posted Jan 24th - 1:34pm
A Nebraska state senator could face expulsion from the Legislature for a pattern of questionable behavior that includes cybersex on a state computer and posting a joke on Twitter implying that Women's March protesters are too unattractive to sexually assault.
Michelle R. Smith, Associated Press | Posted Jan 24th - 1:30pm
The group that owns The Breakers mansion in Newport is declaring victory in its long-running battle to build a visitors center on the grounds of the national historic landmark, following a decision by the Rhode Island Supreme Court.
Michael Balsamo, Associated Press | Posted Jan 24th - 1:11pm
Two Los Angeles police officers acted in self-defense when they fatally shot a 25-year-old black man during a struggle over an officer's gun and will not face criminal charges for the 2014 shooting that led to protests, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Two former aides to Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are asking a judge to postpone their sentencing next month following their convictions in a plot to cause traffic jams at the George Washington Bridge.
Juliet Williams, Associated Press | Posted Jan 24th - 12:52pm
Gov. Jerry Brown delivered an aggressive defense on Tuesday of California's liberal policies on immigration, health care and climate change during his State of the State address, vowing to fight the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress if they threaten to roll back state policies.
David Eggert, Associated Press | Posted Jan 24th - 12:32pm
Flint's water system no longer has levels of lead exceeding the federal limit, a key finding that Michigan state environmental officials said Tuesday is good news for a city whose 100,000 residents have been grappling with the man-made water crisis.