Stories for March 25, 2013
A henna tattoo looks like a fun beach souvenir -- until you break out in a rash and blisters.
As the national spotlight turns to the U.S. Supreme Court this week with two historic arguments on same-sex marriage, the court on Monday made headlines on another high-profile issue: affirmative action.
Former Padres owner John Moores wants to strike-out river blindness.
President Obama on Monday designated five new national monuments, including one in Maryland dedicated to anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman and another setting aside Washington state's San Juan Islands.
When the Pentagon said earlier this year that it would open ground combat jobs to women, it was cast in terms of giving women equal opportunities in the workplace -- the military workplace.
The calendar says one thing, but the snow, slush and ice coating the nation from the Central Rockies through parts of the Midwest and on into the mid-Atlantic and Northeast say something else entirely.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Monday in a case worth billions of dollars to pharmaceutical companies and American consumers. The issue is whether brand-name drug manufacturers may pay generic drug manufacturers to keep generics off the market. These payments -- a form of settlement in patent litigation -- began to blossom about a decade ago when the courts, for the first time, appeared to bless them.
As this year's tax deadline approaches, hundreds of thousands of low-income Americans are relying on free services to help them with their returns.