For months, starting in late 2015, a gas leak in Los Angeles spewed methane into the air. The Southern California Gas Company has agreed to reimburse local governments and mitigate the damage.
It would be "bizarre," the majority opinion states, for a border agent to be granted qualified immunity on the grounds that the teenager was not a U.S. citizen.
Despite 15 years of federal oversight and data collection, the Oakland police department persists in racially-biased policing. Community activists are frustrated that more has not changed.
Authorities are trying to determine if the remains belong to the Georgia boy they've been searching for since December. They noted Monday marked the abducted child's 4th birthday.
A woman known as "kristall.night," accused of helping organize white nationalist violence in Charlottesville, Va., last summer, has lost a bid to keep her true identity secret from the courts.
A 9-year-old was selling lemonade on Saturday afternoon when a teenager with a gun walked up and demanded cash. Police are looking for the robber.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach made his name by championing strict voter registration and writing anti-immigration laws. Now he wants to be the state's next Republican governor.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the National Rifle Association's lawsuit against him is "frivolous." The lawsuit claims that Cuomo's policies are trying to deprive it of its First Amendment rights.