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2 Supreme Court cases could transform immigration enforcement

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| As the Supreme Court resumes hearing cases, two previously-heard suits are scheduled to be re-argued. The rulings could have a sweeping effect on immigration...

Many questions remain in the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting


As investigators examine several crime scenes, they still have not determined the shooter's motive.

Las Vegas Strip shooting: At least 59 dead, more than 500 injured


A stream of gunfire rained down on a country music concert attended by thousands of people Sunday night. Hundreds of people were transported to local hospitals in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Las Vegas shooter said to be a restless retiree who liked to gamble


Stephen Paddock, who authorities say killed scores of people at a concert on the Las Vegas Strip, with hundreds more injured, reportedly had "no religious affiliation. No political affiliation."


1 in 5 of LA's jail inmates are homeless


L.A.'s jails are full of inmates who have nowhere to go once they're released. An expanding program aims to find housing for individuals with complex cases.


Supreme Court to open a whirlwind term


On the docket: digital privacy, partisan gerrymandering, sports betting and same-sex discrimination.

O.J. Simpson is a free man


After serving nine years for armed robbery, the former football star was released in the middle of the night from a Nevada prison.

2 people shot to death after Lancaster party


Authorities are investigating the gruesome double-homicide of a man and woman who were found shot to death in the street.

Federal court says LA police coerced teen's murder confession


Detectives threatened 14-year-old Jessie Rodriguez by violated his rights by denying his request for a lawyer and telling him he was going to be charged with murder.