The US Supreme Court refused to hear the death penalty plea of Thomas Arthur, an Alabama inmate who argued that his state's lethal injection procedures constitute cruel and unusual punishment.
A decision on President Trump's travel ban that limits entry to the United States from seven different Muslim-majority countries could come as early as Wednesday.
Danielle Alamrani, a Brooklyn cop, said she was harassed and bullied when she began wearing a hijab to work in 2008, according to a new lawsuit.
Ms. Stutzman refused to create flower arrangements for Rob Ingersoll and Curt Freed's wedding, saying it would violate her religious beliefs to participate in a same-sex wedding.
Three years after rancher Cliven Bundy's standoff against federal officials, jury selection has begun for six of his supporters. His and his sons' armed protests have raised questions about federal land management and the limits of legal protest.
On Friday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago PD announced a tech surge designed to respond swiftly to crime and predict future incidents. But the technology has limitations.
Though Magistrate Judge Michael Merz’s ruling is likely to be appealed, it points to a broader trend in concerns about the death penalty. New justice and economic arguments are also coming to the fore.