On Thursday, the high court agreed to hear the case to examine whether a job applicant must give explicit notice to a would-be employer of any potential request for a religious accommodation – such as wearing a Muslim headscarf at work.
The court will take up the matter of 'disparate bias' in a case that alleges that the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs excluded minorities from Dallas suburbs by concentrating its affordable housing in low-income neighborhoods.
Supreme Court agrees to take up Florida ban on judicial candidates asking for contributions – a rule that aims to protect the integrity of the courts. Lower courts are split on whether such a ban violates free speech rights.
US District Judge Ronald White said the IRS lacked the authority to enact a regulation that allows the federal government to provide tax credits to qualified health care policyholders through health care exchanges.
Following high-profile officer-related shootings in South Carolina and Missouri, critics are pushing for more transparency into how, when, and why police officers use deadly force against unarmed Americans.
The 1,000-officer manhunt for Eric Frein, suspected of killing a state trooper, turned up empty at an abandoned inn. Police say his movements, just out of reach of authorities, look like a reenactment game that’s morphed into real life.
Jackson’s attempt to join the protesters Thursday night – a number of whom who were calling for his resignation – backfired. At least one person was arrested after a scuffle started just yards behind the marching police chief, and several others were taken into custody.
Video shows a South Carolina trooper shooting an unarmed motorist, as he reaches into his car to retrieve a driver's license. The kinds of police shootings historically seen in big cities also seem to be happening more in small town America.
Disturbing video of Brooklyn woman, five months pregnant, in a scuffle with police sets off another community relations crisis for the NYPD, which is battling controversy over street tactics in the outer boroughs.
More than a week after marksman and survivalist Eric Frein allegedly shot two Pennsylvania state troopers, killing one, police have locked down several rural roads in the Pocono Mountains as the manhunt continues.
The girl was allegedly raped after a botched sting operation. The lawsuit contends that the Alabama middle school she attended had a policy of not punishing sexual harassment unless students admitted to it or the harassment was witnessed.