Randall Chase, Associated Press | Posted Dec 1st - 4:10pm
A black man who suffered a broken jaw after being kicked in the head by a white officer was alert and belligerent shortly afterward, a Delaware police supervisor testified Tuesday in the trial of his fellow officer.
Auditors say the Nevada agency that ensures mobile homes are safe has been collecting Social Security numbers even though it's not allowed to, and hasn't been encrypting them or using other safeguards. A state audit of Nevada's Manufactured Housing Division found more than 2,000 Social Security numbers and names were unsecured on the agency's network.
Certain retired teachers could return to the classroom because of a shortage of substitutes or not enough full-time teachers in some subjects under legislation that cleared the Michigan Senate on Tuesday.
Former death row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal (moo-MEE'-ah AH'-boo jah-MAHL') has been granted a federal court hearing in Pennsylvania over the medical care he's received for hepatitis C and other health problems.
Tom Foreman Jr., Associated Press | Posted Dec 1st - 4:00pm
An American Airlines flight attendant accused of attacking fellow crew members and two U.S. air marshals during a trans-Atlantic flight made her first court appearance Tuesday, where attorneys argued over whether she should be held in custody or released to her family.
A Yemeni prisoner at the U.S. base at Guantanamo Bay appears to have been the victim of mistaken identity, suspected of being a significant member of al-Qaida and not just a low-level Islamic fighter, officials said in documents released Tuesday.
Matthew Daly, Associated Press | Posted Dec 1st - 4:00pm
As President Barack Obama worked to hammer out a global climate agreement in Paris, Republicans in Congress moved to block his plan to force steep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions from U.S. power plants.
Gene Johnson, Associated Press | Posted Dec 1st - 3:30pm
Prosecutors laid out their case against the indicted Washington state auditor in the greatest detail yet Tuesday, as an FBI agent described how financial records and statements from his former workers belied his explanations of why he was entitled to keep millions of dollars from old real estate transactions.
Parents from the Shawnee Mission School District are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider their case challenging a state cap on the amount of local property tax money that the district can spend on education.