The Mid-Morning panel talks about a bill in California that would raise the age for buying cigarettes from 18 to 21.
Law enforcement officials tell the Boston Globe the man shot and killed by Boston police on Tuesday was plotting to behead a police officer.
David Cameron has said that he will not rule out withdrawing from the European Convention on Human Rights to help deport foreign criminals.
An Iranian court will hold a second hearing next week for Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, an American-Iranian on trial on espionage charges, Iran's Students News Agency ISNA reported on Wednesday.
St Louis could be the next city to raise its minimum wage significantly. A spokeswoman for the mayor, Maggie Crane, on Tuesday confirmed the Democratic mayor wants to see the city's minimum raised.
Nestle USA said on Tuesday it would remove artificial flavors and reduce salt by 10 percent in its frozen pizza and snack products by the end of this year.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out the conviction of a Pennsylvania man found guilty of making threatening statements on Facebook to his estranged wife as well as law enforcement officers and others.
With the looming expiration of some previsions in the Patriot Act, America's foremost domestic surveillance law, Republican Senators John McCain and Rand Paul sparred over debate time preceding a vote.
Another violent weekend in the city, with several people shot and one person killed. The violence pushes Baltimore past a grim milestone as we enter the summer.
It is the first serious reversal in almost four decades for the US intelligence agencies in terms of accumulation of power and a huge victory for the whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Marauder's Map, a Chrome extension that showed your Facebook friends' exact physical whereabouts, was officially axed on Thursday.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday announced that laws in Idaho restricting women's access to abortion were unconstitutional and placed an "undue burden" on women seeking to terminate their pregnancies.
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