Articles by: Reuters
Number of acts targeting Jews and Jewish institutions rose 34 percent in 2016 to 1,266, and jumped 86 percent in first quarter of 2017.
Nearly 50 Senate staffers on just one of seven committees investigated Benghazi, while only seven total staff members are investigating Trump and Russia.
Erected in 1891, the monument commemorates an 1874 attack on the racially integrated city police and state militia by a group of white supremacists.
The nine-member court’s other conservatives, including Donald Trump’s newly seated appointee Neil Gorsuch, appeared more likely to vote against James McWilliams.
Frank Artiles made racial, inappropriate comments to two Black senators, as well as used sexist language against a female senator.
Television journalist Alisyn Camerota alleged that Ailes frequently directed inappropriate comments to female employees about body parts.
Michael Ron David Kadar, 18, who has dual citizenship and lives in Israel, made at least 245 threatening telephone calls.
Sixteen Democratic state attorneys general and D.C. are now backing Hawaii in its bid to block the Muslim ban.
The panel ruled that the redrawn boundaries were designed to either fragment cohesive Latino communities among multiple districts, or to lump Hispanics into a single jurisdiction and thus limit their overall sway.
Uber has come under more pressure over the results of its sexual harassment review, particularly after the scandal at Fox News leading to the ouster of Bill O’Reilly.
Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals in the U.S. may deliver higher quality care than other medical centers but still get lower marks on patient satisfaction.
People with serious psychological distress are three times more likely to be too poor to afford care and 10 times more likely to be unable to pay for medications.
The court-ordered pilot program was intended to precede a rollout of the cameras to all patrol officers by the end of 2019.
An autopsy concluded that Michael Marshall died from asphyxiation “while being physically restrained by law enforcement” during a psychotic episode.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit awarded $585,470 in attorneys’ fees and about $20,000 in costs arising from the challenge to the plaintiffs in the case.
The program will include free workshops and classes, paired with displays and a scavenger hunt at the museum.
Video footage of the protest showed a man with blood on his face lying on the ground outside the hall in handcuffs before he was led away by police.
Rights groups criticized the NCAA for returning to North Carolina while its cities were still banned from passing anti-discrimination laws.