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Arkansas's Department of Corrections is gearing up to put at least one man to death on Monday night despite a number of legal hurdles that stand in the way of the state's planned executions.
The new species of elasmosaur is detailed in an article published Thursday in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.
Federal income taxes are due April 18 and, likely for several million people, so is a fine for failing to get health insurance.
Attorneys for Michael Skakel say a possible new piece of evidence related to the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley could blow the case wide open.
The suspect has claimed to have committed multiple other homicides, but police say 'there are no other victims that we know of.'
A bloody fight that broke out inside a Walmart in California was caught on camera.
The wild street brawls Saturday led to 20 arrests and 11 injuries, authorities said Sunday.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear one of the most important legal battles in decades over the separation of church and state.
The attempted launch came just a day after the North held a parade to show its military might, including possible new long-range missile capabilities.
The first White House Easter Egg Roll happened after Congress passed a law that outlawed it.
For some in the Christian community here, Easter Sunday took on a pallid atmosphere as state officials worked through the weekend to reinstate scheduled executions that had been held up by numerous court rulings.
A Donald Trump supporter who allegedly assaulted young woman during a campaign rally last year is claiming the president is to blame in his response to a lawsuit against him.
The wall could seal some Americans on the 'Mexican side' — technically on U.S. soil, but outside of a barrier built north of the river separating the two countries.
A 14-year-old is facing charges after allegedly causing a crash that seriously injured six people — including two adults who were in the car with him.
President Donald Trump on Twitter Sunday lashed out against citizens who'd taken to the streets to exercise their First Amendment rights.
April Jean Sorensen was found murdered on April 17, 2007.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge worked overtime Saturday to overcome legal setbacks to the state's historic spate of executions.
The shootout is thought to have been triggered by an argument in a Columbus party hall at 3:30 a.m. and nine victims are expected to survive.
The Iowa caucuses may be over 1,000 days away, but potential candidates are already thinking about it.
Margarita Del Pilar Fitzpatrick could be deported after it was discovered she voted illegally in two U.S. elections in 2006.