A Mexican judge has ordered the immediate release of a jailed U.S. Marine veteran who spent eight months behind bars for crossing the border with loaded guns.
Former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson released video Friday of her Benghazi files being systematically deleted from her computer in 2012, alleging that government agencies were responsible for the crime.
A Virgin Galactic space tourism rocket exploded after taking off on a test flight in Southern California’s Mojave Desert, a witness said Friday.
A traditional-values group says that an independent statistical review suggests there has been “panel-packing” on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to assign more liberal judges to court battles over gay marriage.
A former Florida A&M band member accused of being the ringleader of a brutal hazing ritual known as “Crossing Bus C” that killed a drum major was convicted Friday of manslaughter and felony hazing.
A Maine judge has rejected a bid by state health officials to restrict the movement of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
Onlookers shouted “Are you sorry?” and “Why did you do it?” as state troopers led a suspect in a fatal police barracks ambush from his first court appearance following a seven-week manhunt.
Maine health officials are asking a court to restrict the movements of a nurse who worked with Ebola patients in West Africa, increasing the pressure in the high-profile case that’s testing the balance between the public health response to the disease and personal freedoms.
Regardless of whether Brittany Maynard decides to end her life this weekend, her story has reignited debate over the moral and religious implications of dying on one’s own terms.
Atheists may complain, but Sioux Falls, S.D., officials say they’re not going to remove Jesus messages painted on the front of city-owned plows. Instead, they’re going to add on a disclaimer to make clear the Christian lines aren’t officially endorsed by the government.
They might not get much sympathy from voters who have grown weary from saturated airwaves, but political ad buyers are discovering a tough landscape as they try to find precious air space to get their message out in the final days before Nov. 4.
Medicare continued paying for HIV-related drugs for 158 patients even after they died in 2012, according to a new watchdog report being released Friday that suggested the problems could extend well beyond AIDS drugs to include all pharmaceuticals covered under Medicare’s prescription drug benefit.