Julie Pace, Associated Press | Posted Feb 6th - 2:01am
An aggrieved Donald Trump returns to the debate stage Saturday night hoping to find his way into the winner's circle in New Hampshire, while a rising Marco Rubio looks to fend off an onslaught of attacks from his rivals.
Holly Ramer, Associated Press | Posted Feb 6th - 1:30am
An Iowa couple whose son is heading to Iraq made such an impression on GOP presidential hopeful Chris Christie that he's made them a staple of his New Hampshire stump speech this week. But while the couple came away from the encounter just as impressed, they supported rival Marco Rubio in the state's caucuses.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints confirmed Friday night that it has "expressed opposition" to a state legislative bill that would legalize access to the entirety of the marijuana plant for those suffering from a limited number of medic
Josh Lederman and Jill Colvin, Associated Press | Posted Feb 5th - 7:51pm
On the rise in a tightening race, Marco Rubio shouldered intensifying attacks Friday from moderate-leaning Republicans who fear a strong Rubio showing in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary could spell the end for their frazzled presidential campaigns.
Brady McCombs and Michelle L. Price, Associated Press | Posted Feb 5th - 7:11pm
A state senator in the predominantly Mormon state of Utah wants to declare pornography a public health crisis, echoing an argument made by many conservative religious groups as porn becomes more accessible on smartphones and tablets.
Brady McCombs and Michelle L. Price, Associated Press | Posted Feb 5th - 6:30pm
A state senator in Utah wants to declare pornography a public health crisis, echoing an argument being made around the U.S. by conservative religious groups as porn becomes more accessible on smartphones and tablets.
A graduate of a Colorado university banned from putting Bible citations on a fundraising plaque in the school's football locker room is dropping a federal lawsuit now that the school has removed the original plaques.
Nicole Winfield, Associated Press | Posted Feb 5th - 1:22pm
Pope Francis will issue a decree authorizing the use of indigenous languages in Mass celebrations when he travels to Mexico next week, one of the symbolic gestures he will make in defense of Indian rights in the country.