The US Supreme Court unexpectedly announced Friday it will take up a case on transgender bathroom rights for the first time next year.
Bela and Marta Karolyi knew about molestations occurring at their training camp, says an anonymous 24-year-old former gymnast in a civil lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Thursday.
Malheur occupation trial: After a drawn-out trial, Oregon occupiers Ammon Bundy and Ryan Bundy, along with five of their fellow protesters, were found not guilty of federal conspiracy charges and firearm possession.
Some activists argue that the federal government should cede control of forests and grazing pastures back to the states, an idea embraced by the armed occupiers who took over the Malheur refuge.
Montana District Judge John McKeon is facing a petition for impeachment after handing down a short sentence to a man who pleaded guilty in a child incest case.
Better information on fatal police shootings could promote understanding between communities that feel targeted by police, and officers who feel public outrage has unleashed a "war on cops."
Three Kansas men were arrested on Friday after the FBI conducted an eight-month investigation into an anti-immigrant militia group.
The state's high court ruled Friday that Florida's capital punishment laws – even as amended following a US Supreme Court ruling – are unconstitutional.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced a pilot program to gather more complete use-of-force data on Thursday. Officials hope that more complete data will help them assess and address the problem.