Kody Brown and his four wives, who appear on the 'Sister Wives' reality TV show, won a 2013 lawsuit with the state of Utah over its ban on multiple marriages, based on religious freedom grounds. Why state prosecutors are challenging their win.
Alabama is set to execute Christopher Brooks for a 1992 rape and murder. But his lawyers are pushing for a stay, arguing that the state's new execution drug protocol hasn't been properly tested.
On Thursday, Ammon Bundy spoke with the FBI. On Wednesday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown voiced frustration, but she seems to share a goal with leader Ammon Bundy: The federal government needs to respond.
The Court may override lower courts' decisions against the executive actions, which would enable up to 5 million parents of US citizens, currently living illegally in the United States, to find legal jobs.
Officer Peter Liang's defense team says the 2014 shooting death of Akai Gurley was accidental, but to many, the incident is further evidence of the country's frequent failure to hold police officers accountable for the use of force.
Large cash settlements of wrongful death claims are becoming commonplace in many US cities.
Officer Thomas Cottrell was killed shortly before midnight on Sunday. Ohio police say a woman had called into authorities right before the shooting cautioning that her ex-boyfriend was hunting police officers.
Anxiety over ISIS has contributed to tripling of hate crimes against Muslim Americans in recent months. In New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio says he is taking steps to protect and connect with the city's Muslims.
Mexican officials vehemently opposed extraditing Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman to the United States after he was last arrested in 2014. But following his July escape, Mexico appears to be seriously considering turning him over to the US.
The videos show Chicago police fatally shooting the 17-year-old, but fail to provide a clear depiction of the sequence of events leading up to the teen's death.