The public policy group that forced the Obama administration to cough up emails on the infamous Benghazi “talking points” now wonders whether former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal emails were improperly withheld.
Probate judges must again decide whether to issue wedding licenses to gay couples after the Alabama Supreme Court ruled the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is legal, despite a federal court’s decision to the contrary.
His life on the line, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev went on trial Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing, with prosecutors saying he used a backpack to plant a bomb specifically designed to “tear people apart and create a bloody spectacle.”
Civil rights commissioners: Rein in education admin. on ‘unlawful’ bullying, sexual assault policies
Two federal civil-rights commissioners are calling on Congress to nix a proposed budget increase for the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, charging it with enacting overreaching and even unlawful policies on school discipline, sexual harassment and bullying.
Authorities say a 59-year-old man who called 911 asking for help shot at police officers as they arrived at his central Florida home.
The Justice Department will conclude that there is a “pattern of police bias and excessive force” at the Ferguson, Missouri, police department, but is unlikely to directly charge former Officer Darren Wilson in the death of teenager Michael Brown, reported news agencies who were briefed on the report Tuesday.
Georgia officials waffled on whether to proceed with an execution when the lethal injection drug was discovered to have a cloudy appearance, according to court documents, and one expert said their decision to postpone it was the right move.
School officials insist that everything is back to normal after a riot at a juvenile rehabilitation center in rural western Nevada. But the local sheriff says the neighboring town is on edge and “at its wits’ end” following the latest in a series of violent outbursts by the teenagers.
The first set of lawsuits stemming from the crash of an Asiana Airlines flight in San Francisco two years ago have been settled, but dozens of additional cases remain after the accident that killed three Chinese teenagers and injured nearly 200 people.
Women who come to the U.S. from China to give birth to automatic American citizens may not be breaking the law by doing so, but it’s illegal to lie about why they’re coming into the country.
Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson apologized Monday for the city’s “poor use of words and our insensitivity” in the Tamir Rice case, CNN reported.
The former suburban Chicago police officer convicted of killing his third wife and suspected in his fourth spouse’s disappearance is returning to court on charges of trying to hire someone to kill the prosecutor who helped put him in state prison.