This week's massive bust at San Diego State highlights the rise in university cooperation with law enforcement.
The jury verdict comes in the first of five lawsuits seeking compensation for backyard trees destroyed in disease-prevention efforts.
They're protesting Bush administration policies. But polls show Americans are split on the issue.
Homeowners suing the state say its disease-prevention efforts destroyed thousands of healthy trees.
Law officers in Arizona and Utah say their method of confronting the FLDS must differ from that of Texas.
Monday's ruling gives a green light to aggressive antifraud efforts often favored by the GOP.
Robert DeKelaita, himself from Iraq, has helped hundreds gain asylum in the US.
Amid a budget crisis, the state is under pressure to approve $7 billion more for prison healthcare.
The Supreme Court's answer could affect some murder, domestic-abuse, and child-molestation cases.
Texas judge rules that 416 children must remain in state custody for now, orders DNA tests.
The 7-to-2 ruling is expected to end a de facto moratorium on executions nationwide.
The high court will decide if execution for a Louisiana child rapist is constitutional.
One question is whether Texas will retain custody of 416 children. Experts say criminal charges are likely, too.
Of the 19,500 drug offenders eligible over the next 30 years to apply for early release, 3,417 have had their sentences reduced as of Monday.
His efforts have helped to heal his community, and himself.
Ruling 6 to 2, the justices say New Jersey has no right to build a liquefied natural gas plant with a Delaware River pier.
Court of Appeals determined Federal agents violated the Constitution's speech or debate clause when they seized documents from the office of Rep. William Jefferson of Louisiana.
The Decalogue is on display in a public park in Utah. Is the park, therefore, a forum for expression of all types?