The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of free speech, throwing out a lower court ruling that allows states to force lawyers to subsidize state bar associations and their political activities.
The Texas attorney general filed a lawsuit on Friday against San Antonio and other officials over the city’s sanctuary city policy, which violates state and federal immigration laws.
As unplowed roads during last week’s snowstorm in New Jersey was causing thousands of accidents and commuters were stranded Governor Phil Murphy was eating dinner at a four-star restaurant with his wife.
A Syrian national extradited to the United States was sentenced to life in prison for making bomb components that were used in IED attacks against American soldiers fighting in Iraq.
Arkansas and Missouri voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved to increase the minimum wage in their states to $11 and $12, respectively.
Bob Hugin in the final days before Election Day said he will finish strong and victorious against Senator Bob Menendez and revealed that his internal polling shows he has a slight lead in the U.S. Senate race in New Jersey.
A U.S. soldier was sentenced to 11 years in prison for detonating a chemical weapon near an army base in Louisiana that injured two fellow soldiers and ended their military careers.
The son of a Boston police captain was sentenced on Wednesday for plotting an ISIS-inspired terror attack which included using a pressure cooker bomb similar to the one used in the Boston Marathon bombing.
A U.S. soldier pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to ISIS and forwarding classified documents including airspace management, information on service members, and a drone to track troop movements.
An Indiana man was sentenced on Monday to 15 years in prison for plotting to carry out a terror attack using explosives and poisons in the name of ISIS.