An undercover agent is on the stand for the second day Wednesday to share his testimony against Raymond Chow.
The St. Louis suburb's former assistant city manager has the local experience to 'hit the ground running' but the distance of having been out of state for eight years to 'bring a fresh perspective to the city,' according to Ferguson Mayor James Knowles.
Lawyers are set to deliver closing statements Wednesday in the trial of former Inkster, Mich., police officer William Melendez.
New details released Tuesday show the state trooper charged with a DWI, allegedly tried to payoff the woman whose car he hit.
The fatal shooting of a young black man has sparked extensive protests in Minneapolis. Federal investigators have been called in to investigate the incident.
A drunk passenger was stopped by other passengers when she tried to open an exit door on a British Airways flight to Boston, amid heightened fears about airport security.
This latest sexual assault lawsuit comes on top of more than 50 cases brought against the Boy Scouts in the past few years.
The mayor of Minneapolis has requested a federal investigation into a police shooting that has sparked protests since Sunday.
In the US, crimes motivated by race, religion, gender, and sexual orientation fell slightly in 2014, a new FBI report has found.
Protesters in Minneapolis are demanding the release of police video footage of the shooting of Jamar Clark on Sunday.
The Supreme Court rejected a bid by a New Hampshire anti-abortion group to force the federal government to reveal information about a $1 million grant it made to Planned Parenthood.
Philip Chism was 14 years old when he allegedly raped and murdered his math teacher in Massachusetts. Why did his lawyers turn to the insanity defense?