Ethan Nordean and Joseph Biggs had been released, but the government renewed its request to return them to custody after indicting them. A federal judge agreed, given the nature of the allegations.
The Biden administration is ordering U.S. immigration enforcement agencies to change how they talk about immigrants, part of ...
Florida's new law increases penalties for violence and property damage committed during a protest. And it requires that those ...
With the National Guard on patrol and barbed wire fences lining downtown, residents say they feel anxious ahead of a verdict, ...
The nation's largest suburban shopping mall was filled with consumers, while National Guard troops stood guard in downtown ...
A Tennessee court found Endo Pharmaceuticals liable for harm caused by its Opana ER opioid. The "harsh sanction" followed a ...
"Use your common sense. Believe your eyes. What you saw, you saw," prosecutor Steve Schleicher told the jurors in closing ...
Jet Propulsion Laboratory project manager MiMi Aung gave an enthusiastic two thumbs-up and then clenched fists before a ...
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A fire spread from Table Mountain National Park to the University of Cape Town, where collections were destroyed at the ...
Ortiz, attorney for the family of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, who was killed by Chicago police on March 29. Body-cam footage is sparking new questions over the case.
Closing arguments begin today in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, accused of murder in the killing of George Floyd. Minneapolis is preparing for the verdict and the potential fallout.