Bill Cosby: Universities rescind honorary degrees

Bill Cosby's stunning fall from grace appears far from over.

Half of U.S. Adults Have Diabetes or High Risk of Getting It: Report

Close to half of all American adults have type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, a new study finds.

11 shootings in 11 days along busy stretch of Phoenix highway

Eleven shootings, 11 days, all along one small, busy stretch of Interstate-10 through downtown Phoenix.

NYPD wants to apologize to former tennis star for mistakenly cuffing him

New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton said Thursday he wants to apologize to former tennis star James Blake, who was mistakenly tackled and handcuffed by police in a sting operation that went awry outside a Manhattan hotel Wednesday.

No, James Earl Jones is not dead

We really wish the Internet would stop trying to kill celebrities.

Jamie Bynum opens latest Dickey’s restaurant

Lancaster native Jamie Bynum has opened a franchise within the nation’s largest barbecue restaurant chain.

SBA grants awarded

With 95 percent of the world’s consumers living outside of the United States, many local small businesses are missing out on a huge market.

Scholarship fund named after educator

More than 400 people turned out Saturday for a luncheon at the Marina del Rey Ritz Carlton to recognize long-time educator Genevieve A. Shepherd with a scholarship fund named in her honor.

Airline begins weighing passengers for 'safety'

"Now if you could please step on the scale, we need to check your weight."

Evacuees wait while California burns, conditions deteriorate

Four days after Vicki Estrella and her husband were forced from their Northern California home, there was no word on when they might be able to return.

Group wants more Blacks involved in $1.7 billion water-saving effort

As California faces its worst drought in recorded history, Gov. Jerry Brown, by executive order on April 1, allocated $1.7 billion in new funding for water conservation. That money is part of a $7.4 billion fund dedicated to solving the ...

Police address 100 days buzz

Residents of South Los Angeles are on edge over what is being called a “100 days, 100 nights” campaign, which has been reported to be a war between rival gangs.

Reality TV lawyer found dead in California home

A reality television lawyer who called herself the "legal diva" was found slain in her California home, her family said. Members of Loredana Nesci's family remember her as a strong, independent woman who was "very passionate about taking care of ...

Should service members at military recruiting centers be armed?

The investigation into the brazen attack on two Chattanooga, Tennessee, military facilities has left many questions unanswered. But one of the most troubling for that community, for civilians, and for military officials remains: How? How could five servicemen -- several ...

Trump skipping early state GOP outreach

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton's latest economic pitch, a Jeb Bush critique of Washington, Donald Trump's unorthodox early state strategy and Republican debate musings -- those stories filled our trip around the "Inside Politics" table.