After verdict in bridge scandal trial, what comes next?

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A federal jury’s verdict Friday convicting two former insiders from Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s administration in a political retaliation plot toRead More

Voters who want to cast ballots early have to act quickly

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts voters who want to cast their ballots early have to act quickly. The state’s first-ever early voting period ends Friday. SecretaryRead More

Dakota Pipeline owners could face fines for not disclosing cultural site

CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — The developer of the Dakota Access pipeline could get hit with fines for waiting 10 days to disclose the discoveryRead More

Mother kills son and texts picture to father

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (AP) — A disturbing story out of Western Pennsylvania where a young mother is accused of killing her toddler son and sending videoRead More

Kevin Turner, lead NFL concussion suit plaintiff, had CTE

BOSTON (AP) — Researchers say they have found a traumatic brain disease in former Eagles and Patriots fullback Kevin Turner, who was the lead plaintiffRead More

Brexit hits speed bump as court rules lawmakers must get say

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s plans to leave the European Union hit a large speed bump Thursday, as the High Court ruled that the government can’tRead More

Man charged in Iowa officers’ slayings

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa man charged Thursday with fatally shooting two police officers in ambush-style attacks was under intense financial pressure andRead More

Obama says Trump would abuse presidential powers

MIAMI (AP) — President Barack Obama says Republican Donald Trump would abuse his presidential powers if he is elected president on Tuesday. Obama says anyoneRead More

Community colleges roll out plan to address sex assault

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut’s 12 community colleges will be rolling out new, interactive software to help educate students about domestic violence, bystander intervention, stalkingRead More

Anti-pipeline protester asked for $5,000 — got $1 million

CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — The crowdsourcing goal was modest: $5,000, enough to help a few dozen people camping in North Dakota to protest theRead More