A federal judge has ordered Baylor University to hand over documents, data and interview lists from its infamous investigation that found that Baylor repeatedly mishandled allegations of sexual assault against football players and other…
Though news of police shootings has become commonplace in Texas and throughout the nation, disciplinary action against an officer isn’t typical and a murder indictment is almost unheard of.
The Department of Justice has imposed a $3 million fine on Hobby Lobby for illegal possession of thousands of ancient Iraqi artifacts.
In a letter from prison, Genene Jones appeared to acknowledge her guilt and asked Texas nursing regulators to forgive her for a crime she committed when she was not “of sound mind.”
In violation of a longstanding legal mandate, scores of federal law enforcement agencies are failing to submit statistics to the FBI's national hate crimes database, ProPublica has learned.
When compared to other industrialized countries, America has the largest number of incarcerated youth.
A prominent Boston minister charged with soliciting a prostitute pleaded for his flock’s forgiveness from the pulpit Sunday and apologized to his wife.
Rick and Kay Warren's Saddleback Church was calling for prayers after a ministry volunteer was arrested for allegedly committing lewd acts with teen boys.
Ruddy Quezada, a 54-year-old man wrongfully convicted of a deadly drive-by shooting in 1993, has won a $4.5 million settlement from New York state, according to court papers.
Fifteen-year-old Jordan Edwards was fatally shot in the head by a Texas police officer after leaving a party over the weekend, and his death ruled a homicide.