About 20 civil rights leaders met behind closed doors Thursday at the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network headquarters.
The lawsuit alleges that a for-profit Florida college used exotic dancers as admissions officers, falsified documents and coached students to lie.
Word of the gruesome killing, which left a trail of blood in a public restroom at an Abu Dhabi mall, has rattled the Emirates.
Three people were arrested after police found one-pot meth labs inside a car that matched the description of the one seen near the burglary.
Flu vaccine effectiveness tends to vary from year to year. Last winter, flu vaccine was about 60 percent effective overall, which experts consider good.
Gov. Mike Pence is setting up a showdown with Democratic schools Superintendent Glenda Ritz as part of a push for an overhaul of Indiana’s education system.
People living in the camp, known as The Jungle, were told Monday they must be out by Thursday or face arrest for trespassing.
A white police chief who fatally shot an unarmed black man in South Carolina in 2011 was charged with murder, and his lawyer accused prosecutors of taking advantage of national outrage toward police.
The Army recently told the family of Cpl. Leland Ford Smith that his remains had been identified from excavations in North Korea.
South Bend Woodworks makes wooden toys and furniture for children and licensed gift items for the University of Notre Dame and Princeton University.
An Indianapolis man has been sentenced to 75 years in prison in the death of an Indianapolis woman who was fatally shot in a cornfield.
The cases of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and Eric Garner in New York City involve an unarmed black man killed by a white police officer in a confrontation over a relatively minor crime.