Women detained at Irwin County Detention Center received subpar gynecological care — or faced retaliation for speaking out about it, the class-action petition says.
Three Anaheim men were charged Monday in allegedly shooting an AK-47 at a strip club after they were kicked out for refusing to wear masks, authorities say.
Almost all attendees at the Whitestone Republican Club’s indoor holiday party were maskless and not social distancing.
More than 70 cadets allegedly cheated on a virtual calculus exam in May, officials revealed Monday.
Despite the warning from Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey, Gov. Bill Lee (R) refused to order a statewide mask mandate but instead limited indoor gatherings to 10 people.
The Kansas City Star issued an apology on Sunday for the way the newspaper had previously covered, and largely ignored, the Black community for decades.
Georgia pastors condemned Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s campaign attacks on the Rev. Raphael Warnock (D).
Federal prosecutors announced Thursday that 21 people, including current and former students, were indicted in an alleged drug operation that involved fraternities at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke.
Alibi Drinkery's owners have been sued by Minnesota and told its liquor license will be suspended. But they allege their constitutional rights are being violated.
A family in Texas says their two cars and garage were vandalized over a Black Lives Matter yard sign they had put up around Thanksgiving.
President-elect Joe Biden wouldn’t say whether his relationship with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who has yet to recognize his win, was salvageable, calling him "a personal disappointment."
Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Bondy Shay Gibson gave students their first snow day of the school year, despite their remote pandemic learning, in a heartfelt letter that went viral.
An image from the Nov. 5 event shows about 300 Long Beach police officers standing indoors shoulder-to-shoulder without masks.
Termaine Hicks was exonerated after physical evidence suggested his conviction was based on false testimony and questionable evidence, possibly in an attempt to justify a botched Philadelphia police shooting.
Former Houston Police Department captain Mark Aguirre told officers he had been surveilling the man he held at gunpoint for days because he believed the man had 750,000 fraudulent ballots, police say.
Joyce Warshaw, the mayor of Dodge City, Kan., said her vote for the mask mandate has led to a flood of violent threats.
Republican North Carolina state Sen. Bob Steinburg said President Trump should declare a national emergency, suspend civil rights, and remain in power over his baseless claims of electoral fraud.
President Trump pleaded with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to continue supporting his efforts to undermine the election after McConnell acknowledged President-elect Joe Biden's win in the electoral college.
Daniel Uhlfelder said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis's attorneys were targeting him for challenging his response to the pandemic.
In an emotional speech, Washington state elector Jack Arends revealed he has a terminal condition and urged others to continue "rebuilding" the country.