As U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions becomes the lead critic of a bill that would let undocumented immigrants win citizenship, the Republican Party in his home state of Alabama is pushing in the opposite direction.
A proposal for Los Angeles towers as tall as 55 stories near the iconic Capitol Records building, where stars from Frank Sinatra to Taylor Swift recorded hits, is pitting a New York developer against defenders of old Hollywood.
The Beatles’ former London headquarters, where the band performed for the last time on the rooftop, may become an Abercrombie & Fitch Co. store after planning authorities recommended the proposal over objections from retailers in the area.
The U.S. Export-Import Bank’s $3 billion in financing for a liquefied natural gas facility in Australia faces a legal challenge from conservation groups alleging the project threatens the Great Barrier Reef and marine life.
The gym where boxing champion Joe Frazier trained, the hospital at New York’s Ellis Island and Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood neighborhood made the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s 2012 list of the Most Endangered Historic Places.
A U.S. Senate vote on a bill to create a job program for military veterans is designed to help Florida Democrat Bill Nelson tout his efforts for the state’s 1.7 million veterans as he seeks a third term.