WASHINGTON — Government attorneys late Tuesday urged the Supreme Court to decide the case over President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions by the end of this term in June.
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MINNEAPOLIS — Police have arrested one of the three white men who allegedly fired into a crowd near a Black Lives Matter encampment Monday night.
CHICAGO — Hours after a Chicago police officer was ordered held without bond on a first-degree murder charge, the city said it was releasing a shocking police dash-cam video that captured the white officer opening fire on an African-American teen on Southwest Side street, striking him 16 times and killing him.
WASHINGTON - Presidents Barack Obama and Francois Hollande closed ranks in demanding Syrian President Bashar Assad’s ouster, rebuffing Russia’s attempt to use the fight against Islamic State to keep its ally in power.
IRVING, Texas — Ahmed Mohamed’s family is threatening to sue his former city and school district over the boy’s treatment after he brought a homemade clock to school on Sept. 14.
WASHINGTON — The United States will argue before the Supreme Court this term in support of a Texas university’s affirmative action admissions process and Arizona’s redistricting plan.
The State Department alerted U.S. citizens on Monday to possible travel risks associated with an increased threat of terrorism.
IRVING, Texas — Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas teenager who made national news after he was suspended for bringing a clock to school, is seeking $15 million in damages from the city of Irving and the Irving School District.
DALLAS — If the most famous film showing the killing of John Kennedy in Dallas 52 years ago is worth $16 million, then surely the second-most-famous film must be worth $10 million.
WASHINGTON — Texas asked the Supreme Court on Monday for a scheduling change that could determine whether the Obama administration gets a chance to implement executive actions that would affect millions of undocumented immigrants.