Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, Associated Press | Posted Nov 24th - 3:11pm
Opponents of an election designed to be a significant step toward Native Hawaiian self-governance are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block votes from being counted in what they argue is an unconstitutional, racially exclusive process.
Julie Pace, Associated Press | Posted Nov 24th - 3:10pm
In a show of Western solidarity, President Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande vowed Tuesday to escalate airstrikes against the Islamic State and bolster intelligence sharing following the deadly attacks in Paris. They called on Russia to join the international efforts, but only if Moscow ends its support for Syria's embattled president.
Rick Callahan, Associated Press | Posted Nov 24th - 2:41pm
A lawsuit challenging the Indiana governor's decision to stop state agencies from helping resettle Syrian refugees alleges that the action wrongly targets the refugees based on their nationality and violates the U.S. Constitution and federal law.
The Missouri Supreme Court has overturned the first-degree murder convictions and the death sentence for one of four men convicted of raping two sisters and throwing them to their death from an abandoned Mississippi River bridge in St. Louis 24 years ago.
A Louisiana judge has ruled a state law banning lawyers from posting bond doesn't apply to the case of an attorney father trying to post bail for his son who's charged in the death of a 6-year-old autistic boy.
A man in a car that was stopped for an expired car registration sticker traded gunfire with police during a Tuesday morning highway chase that ended with a fiery crash involving a school bus and a trooper with a gunshot wound, police said.
Joe Mandak, Associated Press | Posted Nov 24th - 2:21pm
A teen who stabbed 20 classmates and a security guard at his high school "believed he was being controlled from hell" by the two boys who perpetrated the Columbine High School massacre, a psychiatrist testified Tuesday.