It's been almost a year since attorney Mikal Watts told his mother and sister in a Jalisco's Taqueria parking lot in Corpus Christi that he and his brother would be tried in federal court on fraud charges.
House members were preparing for a lengthy debate Thursday on the lottery bill, one that could keep representatives in the chamber until midnight.
Like Schrodinger’s cat, it’s impossible to tell if the Alabama lottery bill is alive or dead. But it’s clear the amendment is in an uncertain and uncomfortable place.
Louisiana called 'premature' in demanding U.S. pay for MR-GO work
Chicago native Gina Rodriguez said she will play a Chicago paramedic "who happens to be a lesbian and an ex-addict" in the upcoming science-fiction drama "Annihilation."
NEW YORK (AP) — In a less-traveled part of the 46-acre Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, an imposing black metal fence offers a reminder of the multiple security worries that come with hosting the U.S. Open.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is refusing to stand for the national anthem before games because he believes the United States oppresses African Americans and other minorities.
FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Tony Romo is out with yet another back injury and it's unknown when he will return, although Dallas coach Jason Garrett says he expects his star quarterback to play this season.
NEW YORK (AP) — With each day, with every swing, this run by Gary Sanchez becomes even more remarkable.
SYDNEY (AP) — The beer ran out in some sections of the Olympic stadium, but most of the 61,247 spectators at Saturday's U.S. college football opener in Sydney between California and Hawaii appeared to be enjoying their American "gridiron" experience.