Another school shooting, this time in Texas.
Another school shooting, this time in Texas.
The prosecutor who came to national prominence jumping on the #MeToo bandwagon has now been run over by it.
They hired Israeli Private Investigators to dig up dirt on former Obama officials, including Ben Rhodes and Colin Kahl.
The tragedy of Bill Cosby lies not in the downfall of a man once known as “America’s Dad,” but in the fact that a man who was, in fact, a sexual predator was allowed to evade justice for far too long.
Marking the end of a long fall from grace, the man once known as “America’s Dad” has been found guilty on three counts of sexual assault.
Travis Reinking shot four people dead in Nashville over the weekend with a gun that he wasn’t supposed to have access to. Thanks to what seem to be loopholes in existing gun laws, he had one anyway.
Unable to get his way with the legislature, New York’s governor is taking a provocative step.
Donald Trump could have more to worry about regarding the investigation of Michael Cohen than he does regarding the Mueller investigation.
Bill Cosby heads back to court for a retrial on the sexual assault allegations against him but it’s not going to be the same as the first.
He cooperated with the FBI. He was arrested by ICE.
Stephon Clark died after being shot eight times in the back and side by police in Sacramento. So far, the authorities haven’t acted.
A man suspected in a bombing spree killed himself with explosives as authorities were closing in.
A package exploded in San Antonio overnight. It was believed bound for Austin. It would be the fifth in a spree of bombings in the city this month.
Local and federal authorities are investigating a spree of explosions terrorizing Austin, Texas.
The family real estate business made tens of millions through shady dealings.
The President would like to copy Singapore’s zero-tolerance policy. The US Constitution stands in his way.
The Mueller investigation moves forward.
From the F.B.I. on down, there were multiple warnings that could have prevented Wednesday’s tragedy in Parkland, Florida.
A significant and important development in the Russia investigation that shows that President Trump’s claim that the stories of Russian interference in the 2016 election were “Fake News” is completely untrue.
What seems like a nothingburger story from CNN.
The lead story on Yahoo News at the moment, courtesy People magazine (“Robert Wagner Now Considered a ‘Person of Interest’ in Wife Natalie Wood’s Mysterious Death”):
Norway is poised to make some big changes to its drug laws.
Three U.S. cities are suing the Federal Government over the failure to properly report military convictions to the national gun background check database.
Ominous news for the Trump Administration today out of Federal Court in Washington, D.C.
Big problems for the Air Force.
Charles Manson, who led a cult-like “family” to a series of murders in 1969 and subsequently spent more than 40 years in prison, has died at the age of 83.
New Jersey Senate Bob Menendez has temporarily dodged a bullet, but his ultimate fate is far from clear.
The Justice Department appears to be on the verge of charging Russian government officials in connection with election-related hacking.
A Trump Campaign official has been charged with and pled guilty to charges of lying to the F.B.I. regarding contacts with Russian officials.
The first shoes drop in the Mueller investigation.
Stephen Paddock’s crime was clearly terrorizing, and will impact the lives of survivors, families, first responders in many ways for a long time. Based on the currently available evidence, though, the Las Vegas shooting was not “terrorism.”
A gunman opened fire on a crowd of over 20,000 people in Las Vegas, and the results have been predictably horrific.
With his sentencing, the strange, strange saga of Anthony Weiner has come to an end. What a strange and wild ride it has been.
Special counsel Robert Mueller could be looking to “flip” Paul Manafort, giving President Trump and those close to him something new to worry about.
Despite pleas from conservative lawmakers, the Dept. of Justice will not reopen the case against former I.R.S. official Lois Lerner.
As Congress heads back to work, a corruption trial in New Jersey could have big implications for what happens on Capitol Hill.
A Nurse in Utah stood up for her patient’s rights, and was harassed by the police for her efforts.
Finally, “law and order” Joe Arpaio gets what he has long deserved.
The Supreme Court rules that states cannot bar convicted felons from using social media sites.
A hung jury in the Cosby sexual assault case results in a mistrial.
A Congressman was shot, and a staffer and security detail members injured, at a practice session for tomorrow’s Congressional baseball game.