“I felt we were discriminated against,” one of the women told a local newspaper. “It was a horrific experience.” The club, in York, Pa., has since apologized.
A few years before Jennifer Hart drove her wife and their adopted children off a cliff, Oregon officials closed an investigation into the children's care because it found "insufficient evidence."
The fortunes of millions of noncitizens hang on whether the justices find Trump’s order an overreach. American Muslims will be watching, too: The president’s words and policies have “really shaken their faith in what America really stands for," one expert said.
The Nepalis were granted temporary protected status after an earthquake devastated their homeland three years ago.
A mistrial was declared on lesser manslaughter charges against Lonnie Swartz, who killed Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez after he threw rocks at officers during an attempt to smuggle marijuana.
The fallout surrounding Ronny Jackson’s nomination is the latest in a series of letdowns dating back years, advocates say.
The revision would significantly increase federal money to buffer the cost of treating uninsured patients.
Before an adoptive mother drove her family off a cliff, officials in 2013 closed an investigation into the children's care because it found "insufficient evidence."
The change would allow the Environmental Protection Agency to consider only studies for which the underlying data are available publicly.
The lieutenant general’s ascension comes as the U.S. faces strategic threats from Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.
Hundreds of teaching and research assistants at Columbia University have gone on strike after more than a year of pleading with the Ivy League school to negotiate a contract.
"The doctor came out and said 'You have to find the nearest emergency room. You need to pick the closest one. Just go.'"
Lonnie Swartz is the first Border Patrol agent to be prosecuted in a cross-border shooting, according to human rights advocates.
This video, compiled using thousands of images from NASA satellites, attempts to illustrate the dramatic shift in the Arctic.
“I wanted to explain to people: This is what it’s like to live with war,” said author Sarah Verardo, whose husband lost an arm and a leg in Afghanistan.
One attorney sought to disentangle the comedian from the MeToo movement, saying, “Mob rule is not due process."
In a case involving bank financial services to terrorists who attacked Israelis, the court ruled 5-4 that the Alien Tort Statute from 1789 doesn’t apply to corporations.
The increasing privatization of prisoner extradition can jeopardize the civil rights of the incarcerated as well as innocent individuals.
Police and Waffle House officials suggest law-enforcement intervention was appropriate, even as a viral video draws comparisons to another high-profile arrest of black Americans.