Just hours after a mistrial was announced, the Senate Ethics Committee said it will resume its investigation of the embattled senator.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will send a Justice Department lawyer to aid in the prosecution of a man charged with killing an Iowa teen.
A judge upheld President Trump's pardon by dismissing the case, but she has yet to decide whether to give Arpaio a clean slate.
Johnson & Johnson will pay $417 million in yet another lawsuit related to the talc found in its trademark baby powder.
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider if a Colorado baker discriminated against a same-sex couple by refusing to make a wedding cake for them.
University of Colorado President Bruce Benson will have the final say on how to handle university officials' failure to report claims of…
Michael Slager entered the guilty plea in federal court Tuesday, a little more than two years after he was caught on camera shooting Scott.
According to an indictment unsealed by the Justice Department, those bribes included sex parties, extravagant dinners and luxury travel.
The man accused of going on a deadly shooting spree in a Centennial neighborhood was back in court Thursday morning.
A Louisiana anti-abortion group filed a lawsuit against the actress on behalf of two frozen pre-embryos she created with her ex-fiance, Nick Loeb.
Major networks took closer looks into the famous murder trial nearly 7 years later.