ENID, Okla. — Attorney Stephen Jones was contacted two weeks after the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and asked by a federal judge to represent one of the most infamous defendants in American history.
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A man accused of making secret videos with a hidden camera in a Starbucks restroom pleaded guilty Wednesday to four counts of being a peeping tom.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Compelling coverage of a natural gas disaster that affected thousands of people in Massachusetts, the waste of tax dollars by antiquated townships in Indiana, and the dismissal of an admired college coach for misconduct in a small Iowa town highlighted distinguished journalism in the annual Best of CNHI contest for work in 2018.
Judge Roy Bean, a Western legend frequently referred to as “The Hanging Judge,” was quite an eccentric.
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. — A federal judge has dismissed a widely watched lawsuit challenging the legality of a weekly Bible course in public elementary and middle schools in Mercer County, West Virginia, on the grounds the class is no longer being taught.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled Wednesday in favor of Cherokee Freedmen descendants, saying they have a right to tribal citizenship a decade after Cherokee Nation rescinded those rights.
With the heat of a thousand suns and almost as many historical and cultural references, a federal judge in Florida has denied a bid by the Justice Department to postpone a trial this week so an agent could go see the eclipse.
A new law that will increase the penalties for crimes targeting police officers and judges and add them to the list of people protected under hate crimes goes into effect Sept. 1.
Michelle Carter, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for urging her boyfriend through calls and text messages to commit suicide, was sentenced Thursday to 15 months behind bars, but will not serve time during her appeal.