Syed Raheel Farook, his wife, and the wife of the only person charged in the terrorist attack in San Bernardino have all been indicted in federal court.
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that teens are particularly susceptible to digital advertisements for electronic cigarettes.
US District Judge Thomas Schroeder acknowledged the state's 'shameful past discrimination' but found little evidence to suggest identification requirement substantially impacted the ability of minorities to vote.
Illinois joins a roster of several states, and the federal government, that have moved to restrict the practice of solitary confinement in prisons.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced a new push to facilitate ex-offenders' transition back into society as part of National Reentry Week.
As Americans reconsider harsh criminal sentences, Virginia and other states are beginning to reexamine laws stripping convicted felons of voting rights.
US Authorities have uncovered a tunnel across the US-Mexico border that was used to transport tons of pounds of cocaine and marijuana.
Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced police department reforms Thursday, just one week after a police accountability task force submitted its recommendations.
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments for and against alcohol testing laws in North Dakota and Minnesota. The high court ruling could effect laws in at least 10 other states.
Five former New Orleans police officers agreed to plea deals relating to the fatal shooting of two unarmed civilians fleeing the city after hurricane Katrina.