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Supreme Court limits reach of tax crime statute
The Supreme Court is making it harder for the federal government to use a section of the tax law to convict someone of a crime
Missouri inmate gets 2nd stay of execution from high court
The U.S. Supreme Court granted a stay of execution for the second time in four years on Tuesday to a Missouri inmate who has a rare medical condition
The Latest: Supreme Court grants stay of execution
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a stay of execution for a Missouri inmate who argued that a medical condition could result in the process causing him undue suffering
At least 50 women running for Congress in Texas primaries, a record number
President Donald Trump ’s negative comments about Mexican Americans and immigrants — both on the campaign trail and in office — inspired Judy Canales, a Democrat and Latina in Texas, to fulfill a long-held dream to run for Congress. "How dare he talk about my heritage and my community in that way,"
Monica Lewinsky: Affair was an 'abuse of power'
"The View" co-hosts discuss how we would react to the affair if it happened in the age of #MeToo.
Trump Jr. on charges his father is racist: 'All the rappers, all his African-American friends ... have pictures with him'
President Donald Trump 's eldest son isn't mincing words about critics of his father who label him as a racist, implying that such a characterization is misguided, considering the commander-in-chief has had longstanding relationships with African-American public figures -- and there are photos to
5 things to watch for in President Trump's State of the Union Address
President Donald Trump has made headlines on everything from immigration reform to the NFL, from Russia to the border wall. But which of these topics will come up when he gives his first State of the Union address on Tuesday night? The White House offered five agenda items the president will
Supreme Court sends case on death row inmate called n-word by juror back to lower courts
The Supreme Court sent the case of a black death row inmate who was convicted, in part, by a juror who used a racial slur to describe him, back to the lower courts Monday, after finding that prior decisions to not allow for an appeal based on the issue were in error. Keith Tharpe was convicted of
Rep. John Conyers gives up judiciary post amid sex harassment probe
Congressman John Conyers. He stepped down from his judiciary committee role after it was revealed that his office paid a $27,000 harassment case. House leader Nancy Pelosi is taking heat. We are strengthened by due process. Just because someone is accused. And -- was it one accusation? Sit two? I
Sessions explains his opinion of marijuana users
Which of these people would you say are not good people?" Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tennessee, asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions.