Friday's ruling ends the Arizona sheriff's latest challenge to President Obama's executive actions involving immigration, but another challenge, backed by 26 states, remains.
Demonstrations in Ferguson have remained peaceful since county official issued the state of emergency on Monday in response to an outbreak of violence during a late-night protest on Sunday.
In 2014, Baltimore had 211 recorded killings. This number has increased dramatically in 2015, as city officials recorded the 200th homicide of the year in early August.
An Indianapolis man may be sentenced to life without parole Friday for plotting an explosion in 2012.
New DNA evidence has changed the verdict of Lewis Fogle's case but he may still be charged on different grounds.
Chelsea Manning's attorney says her client could be placed in solitary confinement for or violating prison rules.
Some 70 state prison inmates wielding makeshift weapons were involved in the melee.
After shooting a young man during Sunday’s protests, Ferguson police released a video to refute claims that he was unarmed at the time of the shooting.
Dozens of protesters showed up outside the Arlington, Texas, police station Tuesday night to demand Officer Brad Miller be charged with a crime.
In a court testimony, Capt. Mike Campagna said, Officer Randall Kerrick's use of deadly force on an unarmed North Carolina man was not justified.
Renita Nettles' shooting by a cop who she allegedly approached with a weapon she refused to surrender while saying she was 'ready to die' may reflect a phenomenon known as 'suicide by cop.'
The Arlington Police Department had called on the FBI to aid in the investigation of the fatal shooting of unarmed Texas teenager, Christian Taylor, but federal investigators have declined to participate in the inquiry.
Mississippi teen, Jaelyn Young, and her boyfriend Muhammad Dakhlalla have been charged with attempting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State.
Nearly two dozen people were arrested overnight after a day of protests and demonstrations in commemoration of the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown last August.
The agents who arrested Martese Johnson in March have returned to active duty following investigations by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Department and the Virginia State Police.
Federal authorities have charged a New Jersey man – the sixth person since June – with conspiring to support the Islamic State militant group.
Protest groups, criticizing police response to violence Sunday night at demonstrations commemorating the death of Michael Brown, have planned a new round of rallies for Monday.