Prime Minister Theresa May has rejected calls to delay Britain's departure from the European Union, and says her Plan B is to get her rejected Brexit deal approved by Parliament after securing changes to a contentious Irish border measure.
Venezuela's supreme court says it's throwing out recent congressional measures that found Nicolas Maduro's presidency illegitimate _ with the pro-government justices ruling that leadership of the opposition-dominated congress itself is invalid.
The resort city of South Lake Tahoe is walking the tightrope between enforcing a voter-approved ban on vacation home rentals in residential areas while also awaiting the outcome of a lawsuit filed against that very same law.
The European Parliament's chief Brexit official has welcomed British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to scrap the 65 pound ($84) fee that the EU citizens living in Britain would have to pay to get settled status after Brexit.
The Idaho office that provides support staff to the State Board of Education in overseeing the state's $2.3 billion education system from kindergarten through the doctoral level is requesting lawmakers approve a budget of about $16.5 million.
The state Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in a challenge of Phoenix's anti-discrimination ordinance that makes it illegal for businesses to refuse service to same-sex couples for religion reasons.
Zimbabwe's government intensified its crackdown on dissent Monday by charging the leader of the country's largest labor organization with subversion, as the courts ruled that the shutdown of the internet was illegal.
Several Lawrence officials and residents expressed frustration that the City Commission didn't discuss an offer to power the city exclusively with wind energy before the option was no longer available.
President Trump's pick for attorney general testified at his confirmation hearing on January 11, 2019. "I believe it is vitally important that the Special Counsel be allowed to complete his investigation," said William Barr.