Washington — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday overturned a decision from Colorado's top court that ordered former President Donald Trump to be excluded from the state's Republican primary ballot, handing the GOP presidential front-runner a landmark victory in an unprecedented case that threatened to derail his quest for a second term in the White House.
The first over-the-counter birth control pill will be available on pharmacy and store shelves nationwide and online later this month, and will cost about $20 for a 30-day supply, Perrigo, its manufacturer announced on Monday.
Macy's has received a higher buyout offer from two investment firms, Arkhouse Management and Brigade Capital Management, weeks after the department store chain rejected their prior takeover bid by saying it had a "lack of compelling value."
Real estate agents' fees — a pesky part of the home buying and selling process — aren't necessarily set in stone. Rather they are often negotiable, a fact that could help parties on both sides of a transaction save money.
With better weather expected, SpaceX and NASA geared up for a third attempt Sunday to launch a three-man, one-woman crew to the International Space Station, the first of two crew rotation flights to replace five of the lab's seven long-duration crew members.
Relentless snowfall and hurricane-force winds that pounded the Sierra Nevada mountain range across Northern California and parts of Nevada began to somewhat let up on Sunday, though blizzard warnings were set to remain effective through at least midnight in areas along the border between those two states.
Three passengers on the Alaska Airlines plane that had to make an emergency landing after a door plug blew off mid-flight are suing the airline and Boeing for $1 billion, claiming negligence caused the incident.