A 19-year-old South Carolina resident pleaded guilty on Wednesday to attempting to provide material support to ISIS.
Twenty-eight states have joined together to file an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a 93-year-old cross honoring World War I veterans, and the case has broader implications for memorials nationwide.
The city of New York has agreed to pay $20.8 million to settle federal charges for discriminating against registered nurses and midwives because they are women.
A 26-year-old California man pleaded guilty on Monday to supporting ISIS and planning a terror attack on Pier 39 in San Francisco possibly on Christmas Day.
The U.S. House passed Right to Try legislation on Tuesday that gives the terminally ill access to experimental drugs showing efficacy in clinical trials but not yet approved by the FDA.
The 25-year-old son of a Boston police captain pleaded guilty on Monday to planning terrorist attacks in support of ISIS on U.S. targets to cause mass casualties.
The U.S. House on Wednesday night passed the Right to Try bill which would give terminally ill patients access to experimental drugs that are in clinical trials but not yet approved by the FDA.
A 20-year-old New Jersey man admitted he planned to use a pressure cooker bomb in New York in support of ISIS and become a martyr for the terrorist organization if necessary, according to the Department of Justice.
The eighth annual National School Choice Week kicked off Sunday and 7 million people are projected to take part in a record number of events to advance educational opportunities for children.
Right-to-try legislation, which would give terminally ill access to experimental treatments not approved by the FDA, passed unanimously by the U.S. Senate on Thursday.