Society and Culture
The Justice Department moved earlier this month to dismiss the criminal case against Flynn, who had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Twenty-six Texans in separate boxes together swore the juror's oath, beginning the experiment of conducting a civil jury trial entirely over Zoom.
The shooting at a naval air station in Corpus Christi wounded a sailor and left the gunman dead.
U.S. authorities arrested a son and father who are accused of helping former Nissan Motor Co. Chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan as he awaited trial.
Authorities warned that Cyclone Amphan could wreck densely populated regions that are home to some of the most vulnerable communities in South Asia.
Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani was killed by a sheriff’s deputy during the Dec. 6 rampage at Pensacola Naval Air Station.
Protesters rallied for changes in a local justice system that never charged the attackers with a crime.
Some feel the government is urging people to return to work as a “creeping herd immunity” tactic putting minority workers disproportionately at risk.
Prosecutors say former Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon lied to police about Nassar.
Reports of a new spike in COVID-19 infections were followed by a slew of anti-LGBTQ slurs on social media.