WASHINGTON (AP) — The father of a California woman shot and killed while walking along a San Francisco pier wants Congress to reform laws that allowed her alleged killer to remain in the United States despite being deported several times.
Jim Steinle says he and his family support legislation that would close some legal loopholes that currently allow local authorities to decide if they will cooperate with federal immigration authorities.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Amgen Inc. says European regulators have approved its first-of-a-kind cholesterol drug that lowers levels of the artery-clogging substance more than older drugs that have been prescribed for decades.
The highly-anticipated approval introduces a new option for patients at risk for heart disease. But questions remain about the drug's price and its ability to reduce heart attack and death in the long term.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The general tapped to be the next Army chief of staff says if legal issues could be resolved he thinks it would be appropriate, in some cases, to arm soldiers manning recruiting stations.
At his nomination hearing before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, Gen. Mark Milley responded to questions about last week's one-man assault on two U.S. military facilities, including a recruiting station, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Four Marines and a...
ATHENS, Ohio (AP) — A woman whose request for a same-sex divorce in Ohio was mistakenly granted and then denied by a judge is seeking a redo months later, after the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling on gay marriage.
Brenda Mohney of Rockbridge filed a new divorce complaint last week in Athens County court. It says she was married in 2008 in California but has lived apart from her spouse for more than a year.