Sharee Miller, who participated in a gruesome 1999 murder, successfully sued the state for retaliation.
With summer half over, it’s important to remember that as temperatures rise, so too does the risk for heat-related workplace injuries.
As laws regarding cannabis change, those medical and recreational users need to keep abreast of how these changes affect them.
Nobody who knows anything would call Guatemala a safe country–except that’s exactly what the Trump administration is doing.
Simon’s attorney say the prosecution’s case, a branch of the Nassar scandal, is based on nothing but speculation.
E-mails between the Department of Education and for-profit colleges show DeVos’ aides bending over backwards to help failing schools.
Prosecutors have alleged an Ohio distributor shipped excessive amounts of opioids to small rural towns.
Activists say the ruling is a big step forward, but that there’s still much work to be done.
Women reported vomit-covered floors, moldy food and constant solitary confinement.
The statute of limitations has long since passed, but Donald Asbee thinks he has a way to hold the church accountable.