With the third, and most serious, trial of the Freddie Gray case set to begin Thursday, both sides of the case agree Judge Barry Williams is aptly qualified.
Davontae Sanford, a Detroit man who pleaded guilty to four murders he did not commit when he was 14 years old, was released from prison Wednesday after nine years in prison.
Hundreds of priceless artifacts were imported by a New York art dealer who is now awaiting trial in India.
Haven't been following the case? Here's a quick run down of the Brock Turner rape controversy.
This fall, the high court will examine the cases of convicted murderers Duane Buck and Bobby Moore, who say their constitutional protections were violated.
A Kentucky accountant that embezzled money from his former employer, a Pepsi-Cola bottling factory, was arrested while hiking the Appalachian Trail.
On June 9, California will become the third state to legally allow doctors to write life-ending prescriptions for patients who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness.
A little girl in Cedar Hill, Texas, stopped two officers during a lunch break to pray with them, highlighting black faith communities' complex responses to discussions of police force and community relations.
New Trump University documents unsealed this week by court order as part of a class action lawsuit show how the education business coerced its customers to buy into its real estate programming.
In the majority opinion of the Iowa Supreme Court, even juveniles who commit the severest crimes deserve the possibility of a second chance.