City hires private law firm for harassment case
A million-dollar sexual harassment lawsuit against Metro Schools is already costing taxpayers.
Chancellor Backs State In Public Records Battle
Public records cease to be public once they become of interest to criminal investigators, a judge has ruled.
Ex-DEA Investigator Sides With Bredesen
A former top investigator for the Drug Enforcement Administration is taking sides in the Senate campaign.
State Urge FCC To Crackdown On Illegal Robocalls
Attorneys General from 35 states urge FCC to clear the way for phone companies to block more of those illegal and annoying robocalls.
New Evidence Raises Questions About Blame Game
Is Nashville's director of schools trying to find a scapegoat to blame for his district's own shortcomings?
New Tax Increment Financing Loans Put on Hold
Nashville puts a freeze on future tax increment financing (TIF) projects while the program is studied.
Rosenstein: Mueller probe is appropriate
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe Wednesday as "appropriate and…
Secret Service reviewing reporter incident
The US Secret Service said it is reviewing an incident in which an agent blocked a CBS News reporter on Tuesday from questioning Jared…
Woman claims dog was injured at pet daycare
According to medical records, Titan fractured his tibia in both legs.
McGahn out as White House counsel, sources say
White House counsel Don McGahn's final day at the White House was Wednesday, sources say.
Astronaut describes aborted mission to the ISS
Astronaut Nick Hague was ready for a mission that would send him and cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin to the International Space…
Biden hopes Dems don't impeach Trump right away
Former Vice President Joe Biden said he hopes Democrats do not impeach President Donald Trump right away if they take control of the House,…