- Judge denies lawmaker's bid to drop state's case Updated: Dec-09-13 12:46 pm
- Correction: NY Corruption Commission story Updated: Dec-06-13 1:56 pm
- Gov. Martinez's hold on capital projects disputed Updated: Nov-25-13 7:58 pm
- Ohio says board acted within law in Medicaid case Updated: Nov-25-13 6:35 pm
- NY legislators oppose commission subpoenas Updated: Nov-22-13 10:49 am
- Thai court ruling deals new blow to government Updated: Nov-20-13 9:52 am
- White Earth members vote on blood quantum rule Updated: Nov-19-13 2:40 pm
- Va, court considering exoneration bid Updated: Nov-19-13 1:07 pm
ATLANTA - A judge said Monday he won't dismiss an indictment against Georgia state Sen. Don Balfour, who is accused of double-billing the state and his employer for some expenses.
ALBANY, New York - In a story Dec. 4 about New York's corruption commission, The Associated Press erroneously reported a power given to the governor under the Moreland Act. It authorizes creation of a commission to investigate the executive branch, not the legislative branch.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - Republican Gov. Susana Martinez's administration said Monday it will continue withholding money for some legislatively approved capital improvement projects, although the attorney general's office has concluded the governor can't unilaterally do that.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - An Ohio legislative panel acted consistently with state law and standard practice when it approved a request to fund an expansion of the Medicaid program last month, state attorneys argued in a court filing Monday.
ALBANY, New York - New York lawmakers say they'll file court papers intended to block the state's new corruption commission's subpoenas for information about their clients and outside income.
BANGKOK - Thailand's embattled government received a sharp scolding Wednesday from the country's top court, with a ruling on constitutional change suggesting that the conservative political establishment is still not ready to reconcile with forces supporting former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who was ousted in a 2006 military coup.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - The White Earth Band of Ojibwe were slated to vote Tuesday on whether to scrap a constitutional rule that says tribal membership is based on blood, not family lineage.
RICHMOND, Virginia - A man who spent four years in prison for a sexual assault he didn't commit listened in a packed courtroom Tuesday as his lawyer and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli urged a three-judge panel to exonerate him.