107 detainees now remain at controversial prison
Gov. Jerry Brown has extended his executive order requiring Californians to conserve water as the state prepares for a fifth year of drought.
As one of the perpetrator's in Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris was confirmed to be a Syrian refugee late Sunday, a top U.S. Rebublican candidate has called for a shift of focus in U.S. planned assistance to Syrian refugees, by favoring Christians over the others.
Cops have cuffed a 20-year-old Bronx hothead they say raped a woman on the Lower East Side and tried to sexually assault two other women during a sick three-hour stretch, officials said Saturday.
The arrest of a uniformed Secret Service officer on charges of trying to solicit a teenage girl for sex and sending obscene images and texts online is the latest embarrassment for the agency charged with protecting the president and his family.
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Whole Woman’s Health v. Cole, a constitutional challenge to Texas’s stringent abortion clinic regulations. The addition of this case to the court’s docket ensures that the 2015-2016 term will be a blockbuster. Other cases the court is slated to hear address affirmative action in higher education, the constitutionality of mandatory contributions to public sector unions and the application of the so-called “contraception mandate.” It also sees likely that the
Supreme Court will consider the state challenge to the Obama administration’s immigration reforms.