The Suspect In The California Synagogue Shooting Faces 109 Federal Civil Rights And Hate Crime Charges
The suspect in last month's shooting at a synagogue in Poway, California, now faces more than a hundred federal civil rights and hate crime charges, according to federal prosecutors.
'Ho'ola One' sifts through sand and small plastic debris to help clean micro-plastic waste washed on Big Island shore.
The US says the vessel was used to violate sanctions and comes amid rising tensions between the two.
The president wants to pick and choose who covers him.
Daniel Hale is accused of giving top secret files on drone warfare to a journalist at an online news outlet
Chris Hughes, who started Facebook with Mark Zuckerberg, joins a growing chorus of privacy advocates and politicians who have called for antitrust action.
A Florida judge ruled Wednesday that a 3-year-old diagnosed with leukemia must continue chemotherapy treatment against the wishes of his parents.
The country is still reeling from attacks that killed more than 250 people
More than 1,000 guns were found in a home in the upscale Los Angeles neighborhood Holmby Hills.
A North Korean cargo vessel used to transport coal -- in violation of international sanctions against the rogue regime -- was seized, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday, just hours after the hermit kingdom fired two suspected short-range missiles.
More than half of American voters support Elizabeth Warren's student debt cancellation proposal.
Rights watchers said the response by the police was a particularly vivid example of the country's restrictions on free speech.
Colorado Students Walk Out Of Vigil After Politicians Talk About Gun Control. They Chanted 'mental Health'
One Colorado student said at a vigil for the school shooting, "They don't get what it's like to have people yelling at you, saying 'school shooter, run for your life.'"
A federal plan would allow debt collectors to send texts or emails to borrowers until consumers opt out, but would limit how often collectors can call consumers.
The fan, who has not been identified, was "indefinitely" banned from Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs.
She told police she'd been too tired to make the baby a bottle when he awoke crying and instead breast fed him.
Perspectives: Elizabeth Warren: Americans Don't Need Cliche Financial Advice. They Just Need To Be Paid More
Hard-working families have become adept at stretching their paychecks to the breaking point, skimping on necessities just to make ends meet, writes Elizabeth Warren, the senior senator from Massachusetts and a Democratic presidential candidate.
Cook County Judge Moira Johnson on Wednesday reinstated the lawsuit after Kelly's attorneys said the singer never responded to it because he's illiterate, according to reports.
Child Molester Who Faked Suicide Near Golden Gate Bridge Found Living In Storage Container In Florida, Police Say
A California man who faked his suicide near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to avoid prison for child sexual assault and pornography charges was arrested in Florida this week, authorities said.