A Florida man's syrupy prank gets him in trouble with the law. PLUS the Canadian government tells Lorne Grabher to stop putting his last name on his license plate.
The NCAA says it will not host sporting events in North Carolina if the bill is not repealed.
A federal judge in Hawaii is extending his order that blocks President Donald Trump's travel ban until the state's lawsuit works its way through the courts.
North Carolina Republican lawmakers say they have an agreement with Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper on legislation to resolve a standoff over House Bill 2.
PwC accountants won't be allowed to have their cellphones backstage during future Oscar telecasts.
Ivanka Trump is joining her father's administration as an official employee.
A federal judge has ruled that a videographer can proceed with a lawsuit charging that North Carolina officials illegally copied his videos of the shipwreck of Blackbeard's flagship, then passed a law to legalize their actions.
The Senate intelligence committee chairman says his panel's "challenge" is to answer for Americans whether President Donald Trump was directly involved in Russia's meddling in the 2016 election.
Walt Disney World is moving its metal detectors to an earlier entry point at its most popular park, Magic Kingdom.
Police say a driver struck a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser near the U.S. Capitol and was taken into custody.