Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu again warned Monday that Washington's bid to sign a nuclear accord with Iran could threaten Israel's very survival, but insisted ties remain strong. The Israeli leader's lobbying trip to Washington came as US Secretary of State John Kerry was in Geneva for talks with his Iranian counterpart on what would be an historic deal. Netanyahu's visit -- including an address the US Congress on Tuesday -- is seen as a last ditch bid to derail that effort, a key goal of President Barack Obama's foreign policy.
By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Monday said he thinks there is no "plausible legal basis" for the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a key plank of Obamacare, defending his administration's lack of a contingency plan. Obama touched on two main domestic policy issues during an interview with Reuters. On the Affordable Care Act, his signature policy achievement commonly referred to as Obamacare, the Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Wednesday in the case known as King v. Burwell.
Siskiyou County deputies are searching for a man who they believe may have been involved in a homicide.
The family of a 13-year-old girl reported Monday morning that a man tried to lure their daughter into his vehicle on February 25, near West Cottonwood School.
A representative with UPEC Local 792 said the county is offering a 3-year deal with no pay raises.
Gas prices in Redding jumped 44 cents in one week
Kentucky remains the unanimous No. 1 during a tumultuous week in The Associated Press Top 25.
The New England Patriots on Monday placed their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and the university on Monday declined specific comments on a report that Rasheed Sulaimon, who was dismissed from the team in January, was alleged to have sexually assaulted two women during the 2013-14 academic year.
The Kansas City Chiefs placed their franchise tag on All-Pro pass-rusher Justin Houston on Monday.