A federal appeals court on Monday revived a complaint filed by prospective gun shop owners who say the Alameda County, Calif., ordinance barring gun shops from operating within 500 feet of a residential area is unconstitutional.
The Court avoided a major ruling on a Christian nonprofit employer's challenge to an Obamacare mandate to provide female workers with health insurance covering birth control.
The award ceremony comes as police departments are under fire for allegations of police brutality.
There has been a sharp decline in the number of Americans seeking to travel to the Middle East to join the Islamic State militant group, according to statistics shared Wednesday by FBI director James Comey.
Baltimore police officer Edward Nero heads to court Thursday for his role in the 2015 death of Freddie Gray. The ruling in Nero's case has potential implications for the other officers involved as well as future trials of police officers.
Three people were killed and nine others wounded when a gunman stormed a Colorado Planned Parenthood in November. While victims' families are likely ready to move on with the trial, the defendant is not, a judge ruled Wednesday.
The ex-police officer who was caught on bystander video shooting a motorist in the back during a traffic stop is facing several federal charges, including a civil rights violation.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi filed suit against the state on behalf of an engaged gay couple on Monday, as the nationwide religious liberty debate continues.
Major Delrish Moss, the first African-American to permanently head the Ferguson Police Department, has some big ideas about diversity and community relations.