President Obama has commuted the sentences of 248 convicts – more than the past six presidents combined.
Everyone has a right to a free lawyer in criminal cases if they can’t afford one. But the same right isn’t guaranteed in civil cases.
There may be a reason why people have trouble seeing while driving at night, and it’s not their eyesight. A new rating of the headlights of more than 30 midsized car models gave only one model a grade of “good.”
The lawsuit argues that with women spending an average of approximately $70 per year on feminine hygiene products, “a tax on tampons and pads is a tax on women.”
Former UFC Champion Jon “Bones” Jones said he “lost it” when an officer pulled him over last week and accused him of drag racing in a confrontation caught on camera.
For Kim Vaillancourt, pregnant while staving off aggressive brain cancer, it comes down to this: “The baby saved me. Now it’s my turn to save him.”
The NFL warned that Atlanta’s bid for the 2019 or 2020 Super Bowl could be in jeopardy.
Jonathan Goldsmith will star in public service announcements for the organization, which grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.
The government told a federal court Monday without any details that it accessed data on gunman Syed Farook’s iPhone and no longer requires Apple’s assistance.
The virus has affected Washington’s Georgetown University Hospital and other medical offices in the region.
The shooting occurred in the Visitors Center of the sprawling Capitol Complex. Staffers, reporters and others were told to “shelter in place” and not allowed to leave their offices.
Federal officials announced Monday that another $41 million will go to farmers who take steps to reduce pollutants washing away from their fields that contribute to the growth of toxic algae blooms.
President Obama could use a recess appointment to install Judge Merrick B. Garland on the Supreme Court temporarily.
Depending on where you live, you may be paying more or less taxes than somebody living in a neighboring state.
The maintenance work comes prior to the high demand summer driving season according to GasBuddy.com as the national average has stayed above the $2.00 a gallon mark for the longest stretch since 2015.
Footage broadcast on local television stations showed chaotic scenes in the park, with people running while carrying children and cradling the wounded in their laps.
Garland graduated with honors from Harvard College in 1974 and Harvard Law School in 1977, helping to pay for his education by working summers as a shoe-store clerk and selling his comic book collection.
Although not a done deal, if the Legislature approves the minimum-wage package, it would avoid taking the issue to the ballot.
Other opponents include Disney and the NFL.
At least two of the helicopters have 660-gallon buckets that can dump water from local sources onto the flames.