The justices said Georgia prosecutors violated the Constitution by excluding African-Americans from the all-white jury
Appalachian Kentucky’s new pill culture was a bonanza for a few, but the death toll spurred action.
Earlier in the day, five of his supporters have been named to the Democratic Party’s platform committee.
Plus: TSA security chief; Clinton email probe; Atlantic City deal reached; New Mexico suing EPA; bill strikes offensive terms; and more.
A new Ohio law stripping Planned Parenthood clinics of the remaining $1.3 million they receive from the state was placed on hold Monday.
Republicans want an expedited review so reinstated ex-cons who have registered to vote can be stripped from the rolls ahead of November.
Doctor education, discipline and mandates coincided with a plunge in opioid consumption.
The ex-Marine who ran two clinics, a pharmacy and an MRI facility made millions on the painkiller boom.
The doctor from Greenup, Ky., was disciplined for prescribing after his stepdaughter’s death.
Prosecutors failed for the second time in their bid to hold Baltimore police accountable for the arrest and death of Mr. Gray.
Democratic officials are growing increasingly worried about dissent, especially after a recent state convention in Nevada turned raucous.
The manhunt for Jorge Zambrano began after Auburn police Officer Ronald Tarentino was fatally shot during a traffic stop early Sunday.
The Massachusetts senator is one of the few figures who carries as much credibility with the party’s restive left wing as Bernie Sanders.
Plus: White House scare; GOP look to replace Affordable Care Act; and New Jersey beaches shrink.
A study is pointing to geologic evidence of two tsunamis — each 3.4 billion years ago, just as life was first beginning to emerge on Earth.
The medical marijuana commission abruptly capping the number of businesses that can process marijuana into pills, oils and other products.
Immune cells in the brain previously blamed for Alzheimer’s actually corral the damage-causing amyloid plaques, a Yale study has found.
Lancaster doctor: 'I lived for 13 months thinking I had... killed my son' by slapping a Fentanyl patch on his back
A physician lived under a cloud for a year after he placed a fentanyl patch on his son prior to death.
The regulations issued by the Labor Department last week would double to $913 a week from $455 the overtime threshold for salaried workers.
According to the poll, nine of 10 Native Americans said they took no offense in the name of the Washington Redskins.
Plus: Obama’s popularity rises sharply; Dozens arrested in Chicago crackdown; Biden speaks to West Point graduates;
From 2011 through 2015, across addiction-ravaged Appalachia, 608 doctors have been disciplined for overprescribing narcotics.
Pramedya broke down around the turn in the fourth race. In the opening race of the day, Homeboykris collapsed and died after winning
Plus: Uber driver to be tried; Minister charged; Art sale breaks record;Directive rejected in Ga.
Non-binding resolution calls for ending ties with the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation.
The man had approached a checkpoint and refused to drop his weapon.
The General Conference approved creation of a commission to study rules banning gay marriage and ordination.
Tusha is the first to enter a plea in the case and is believed to be cooperating against two companies that agents say paid him the bribes.
In addition, about 1 in 8 of these inspections found problems so serious that the pool had to be closed immediately.
It has been used for decades in such consumer products as non-stick pans, stain-resistant carpets and microwave popcorn bags.
After Brandon Betterman pleaded guilty to jumping bail in 2012, he spent 14 months in jail waiting to hear what his sentence would be.
Later, the Senate passed its spending bill for vets, transportation and combating Zika, which included the medical-marijuana provision.
The Democratic National Committee and state parties are spending about $2 million to build coordinated campaigns, including in Pennsylvania.
Plus: San Francisco police chief; California water restrictions suspended; many can’t cover $1,000 crisis; and more.
Mr. Safer did 919 stories in his 46 years at ”60 Minutes,” where he ”was a fixture, one of our pillars.”
Cyber experts say Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s campaign networks aren’t secure enough to eliminate the risk.
Both measures face veto threats from President Barack Obama.
The Democratic National Committee chair is clashing with the Vermont senator after a melee at a state Democratic Party meeting in Nevada.
Plus: opioids committee; TSA sending help; back to court; and more.
On the list of federal and state judges is Pennsylvania’s Thomas Hardiman of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg visited the Energy Innovation Center in Hill District between stops in round-the-world journey.
The Labor Department will establish a new overtime pay threshold of $47,476 a year for those working more than 40 hours a week.
The measure cuts back President Barack Obama’s request but offers more money to fight Zika than would House GOP conservatives.
The two sat down for a much-ballyhooed interview that was the culmination of their frequent sparring.
A U.S. court of appeals decided to have a full panel of the active circuit judges hear the case and postpone the hearing to Sept. 27.
The proportion of schools segregated by race and class climbed from 9 percent to 16 percent of schools between 2001 and 2014.
The Senate defense bill includes a version of the provision, so the congressional discussion over whether women should register isn’t over.
Plus; Sgt. Bergdahl’s trial date set; Former St. Louis officer facing murder charge; Senate confirms Fanning as Army secretary.
The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act had triggered a threat from Riyadh to pull billions of dollars from the U.S. economy.
Under veto threat, Congress debates military spending bill that includes $83 million to secure the 911th Airlift Wing’s future in Moon.