The deadliest and most destructive wildfires in California history imperiled both the low-wage workers who harvest the nation's most valuable wine grapes and the wealthy entrepreneurs who employ them
The indictment of South Carolina political strategist Richard Quinn could mean difficulties for his current client base, as well as a power vacuum for GOP presidential contenders hoping to make a play for this early voting state
Four years after a graffiti-covered warehouse complex was whitewashed in New York City, the street artists whose work was destroyed are getting their day in court
Jodi Arias' case remains a headache for Arizona's court system long after her televised murder trial ended with her being sentenced in 2015 to life in prison
This week in odd news: Attorney argues convicted tax schemer is too fat for prison; Unpaid $7 Waffle House bill leads to ID theft ring; Robbers with hunting knives demand $1 from store, then flee; Rescue group takes in alligator that outgrew bathtub
A Los Angeles judge has tossed out a $417 million jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Johnson & Johnson baby powder for feminine hygiene
PHOTO GALLERY: Visitors silhouetted on the beach in Biarritz, France; doctors treat the injured in Raqqa, Syria; voters wait to cast their ballots in Caracas, Venezuela.
Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has broadened his attacks on the Washington establishment to include a former Republican president, depicting George W. Bush as a failure