Some Washington Sheriffs Refuse to Enforce New Gun Laws
Sheriffs in a dozen Washington counties say they won't enforce the state's sweeping new restrictions on semi-automatic rifles pending more court rulings.
Trump Announces Campaign Rally Next Week in El Paso
President Donald Trump is holding his first campaign rally of the year next week in El Paso, city he's cited in arguing for his proposed border wall.
Texas Father Sues Son’s Classmates for Alleged Cyberbullying
It's the first lawsuit to invoke David's Law, named for a Texas high school student who killed himself in 2016 after being cyberbullied.
High Court Upholds Texting Suicide Manslaughter Conviction
Massachusetts' highest court has upheld the involuntary manslaughter conviction of a woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself via text messaging.
Officers Seize $1 Million in Cocaine in Mississippi
A Texas man was arrested in Rankin County, Mississippi for possession of 75 pounds of cocaine.
Alex Jones Seeks Venue Change in Sandy Hook Defamation Cases
The families' lawyer says they will oppose moving the trial. Jones cites First Amendment rights and says he believes the shooting happened.
Trump Wants to Deliver State of Union Next Week As Planned
President Donald Trump is moving forward with plans to deliver his State of the Union speech next week in front of a joint session of Congress.
Trump’s Shutdown Proposal Faces Uncertain Fate in Senate
President Trump's proposal to reopen the government is headed for Senate action, its prospects uncertain.
Supreme Court Returns to Gun Rights for 1st Time in 9 Years
The court said Tuesday it will take up a challenge to New York City's prohibition on carrying a licensed, locked and unloaded handgun outside the city limits.
High Court Lets Military Implement Transgender Restrictions
The Supreme Court Tuesday allowed the Trump administration to implement a plan to restrict military service by transgender people as court challenges continue.