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Video of the March 29 incident at a San Antonio middle school shows an officer slamming a female student to the ground.
Keith Allen Harward will freed from a Virginia prison on Friday after the state Supreme Court unanimously found him innocent thanks to new evidence.
Brenda Delgado is only the ninth woman added to the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list in the 66 years since it was created.
Anthony Garver was involuntarily committed two years ago after he was deemed incompetent to stand trial for fatally stabbing a woman 24 times.
Undaunted, and proclaiming the Garland nomination as one of his highest priorities, President Obama took his case to the University of Chicago Law School
The Judiciary Committee chairman said he and others who believe the next president should choose the next Supreme Court Justice are standing firm.
Investigators say the Takata airbag inside the steering wheel of the victim's 2002 Honda Civic malfunctioned firing several shards of jagged metal into her face and neck at point blank range. NBC affiliate KPRC has the story.
Several New York City parents and students have filed a class-action lawsuit against the city Department of Education alleging the nation's largest school district has failed to protect children from violence and bullying.
Michelle Carter is awaiting trial in the death of Conrad Roy III. She is accused of sending texts to her boyfriend encouraging him to kill himself.
The U.S. will resettle nearly 9,000 Syrian refugees over the next several months after falling very behind on President Obama's goals and timeline.
First the GMU law school's new moniker was mocked for its acronym, now some faculty want Antonin Scalia's name taken off completely.
President Barack Obama headed back to school on Thursday as he continues to press the case for the stymied nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court.
The body of Haruka Weiser, a first-year theater and dance major, was found at about 10:30 a.m. local time Tuesday.
The Pentagon is considering more small military outposts that would provide artillery support and other aid to Iraqi forces in fight to retake Mosul.
High school students who get too little sleep, or too much, are also more likely to drive drunk or take other risks, teh CDC found.
Some New England Patriots fans filed a lawsuit against the NFL, Roger Goodell, and Robert Kraft to restore draft picks taken for Deflategate.
The NBA Hall of Famer and basketball analyst has been one of the more outspoken sports stars railing against discrimination of the LGBT community.
Feeding on vegetation parched by drought and stoked the 50 mph winds, the fires in Oklahoma have merged into one huge inferno.