The court cited a 1992 U.S. Supreme Court decision in its unanimous ruling
Gingrich needs a good showing in Delaware Tuesday
The Pew Hispanic Center study suggests a myriad of factors are behind the decline
Twenty-one personnel are now under investigation.
The measure was voted down Monday 51-45.
A woman's weight during pregnancy may lead to autism or developmental delays in her unborn child
Jacob England and Alvin Watts are each being held on $9.16 million bond pending arraignment.
The president challenged the justices during a Rose Garden press conference Monday
The alleged shooter is said to be a 43-year-old former student at Oikos University
This is the first papal visit to Cuba since John Paul II in 1998.
No reports of injuries but at least five homes burned
New Jersey earned a B-plus, see what state ranked last
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says death penalty is a possibility
Gov. Robert Bentley voted for Santorum in Tuesday's primary
Romney's Ohio victory pads his likely-nominee status.
Hundreds amassed to protest cuts to higher education funding
McCain said time is running out for civilians in Syria
Is the Obama administration any different than the Bush administration when it comes to the war on terror?
Republicans may have enough votes to repeal the legislation and override an expected veto by the governor
Inspectors trying to determine whether Iran is weaponizing uranium
Latest polls show Santorum and Romney in virtual tie
GOP leaders say Democrats are not willing to compromise
Cause of death unknown, according to early reports.
Sarah Palin addressed the CPAC 2012 crowd Saturday (Photo courtesy Creative Commons)
Palin closed out the conference in Washington, D.C.
Dozens of civilians were reportedly killed Monday
The unprecedented move comes amid sexual abuse investigation
Three-judge panel heard oral arguments more than a year ago
Opponents vow to repeal the anti-union legislation
Trump previously said he did not believe in any of the GOP candidates
Homeowners behind on their mortgages would not be eligible under the plan
Deadline to for overnight campers to vacate was noon on Monday
Will Newt Gingrich make good on his threat to continue until the convention
Mutiny is just the latest in six months of upheaval in the South Pacific nation
No official word on casualties
Obama disputed Brewer's characterization of an Oval Office meeting
Romney paid almost 14 percent in taxes in 2010, 15 percent in 2011
Gingrich's firm made $25,000 a month in 2006
The protest is over but Wikipedia says the site is not done yet
Romney's 19-point advantage now stands at 10 percent
We take a look at two of L.A.'s most significant mayors and see what Tuesday's election winner must do to fill their shoes.
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