In this week's episode, Japanese-American public defender Jeff Adachi tells how his family's past affects his present and reveals why he withdrew his support of California's new bail law.
Georgia Democrats give Atlanta lawyer Stacey Abrams a chance to become the first black female governor in American history. Also: primary results from Texas, Kentucky and Arkansas.
The Department of Health and Human Services is surveying military sites to house children who are separated from their parents at the border or who arrive unaccompanied by an adult.
A mid-April storm stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes dumps two feet of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest before plowing toward the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states.
A system stretching from Texas to the Canadian Maritime Provinces prompted several emergency declarations even before the dangerous storms arrived.
Secretly recorded video footage released in 2015 has affected a federal court ruling two years later.
Reporters who witnessed the double executions in Arkansas on Monday say that key details indicate the inmates may have undergone painful deaths.
A 5.6-magnitude quake, one of the strongest in Oklahoma's history, shook a seven-state area. And "it could have been prevented," said a leading activist.
Isn't it great how we solved the welfare problem? That's the one thing that former President Clinton, Congress and even the media agree on. Isn't it great how we solved the welfare problem? That's the one thing that former President Clinton, Congress and even the media agree on.
To hear Clinton tell it, his presidency won the war on poverty three decades after Lyndon B. Johnson launched it, having changed only the name.