A new ProPublica reports finds the rich have benefitted from a years-long campaign to slash the agency's budget to the tune of billions.
After a years-long lawsuit, the former presidential candidate has settled with the state to use paper ballots by 2020.
Governmental leaders are hit with a question from outraged drivers: How could a few inches of snow paralyze parts of the Northeast?
The gunman, who is in custody, is believed to have posted anti-Semitic slurs and rhetoric on social media.
The stakes are high given the lifetime counseling, community alerts and public shaming the designation would trigger.
The pope isn't quoted in the statement, made in reaction to a Pennsylvania grand jury finding that clergymen molested large numbers of children over decades.
A Pennsylvania grand jury report on child sexual abuse in Roman Catholic dioceses reveals that Edward Ganster, who left the priesthood in 1990, went on to work at Disney World before his death in 2014.
Decades after Philadelphia police launched a massive attack on the house of a radical, back-to-nature, anti-police-brutality and largely African-American organization, Debbie Africa is the first to be released.
Despite opposition from the major sports leagues and the administration, the Supreme Court strikes down a law barring betting on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states.