A juror who came forward with concerns that the extent of a condemned Ohio killer's childhood abuse was shielded at trial says he appreciates the governor's decision to spare the inmate
New York City has started releasing about 100,000 pages of documents connected to the notorious case of the five men whose convictions for raping and beating a Central Park jogger were overturned after they served more than a decade behind bars
Poland's parliament has approved legislation that will make it easier for the ruling party to appoint the members of the Supreme Court and influence judges
A federal appeals court in Atlanta is reaffirming its decision that workers aren't protected against workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation
Unless you’re #blessed enough to fly in one of those luxury pod things, traveling can suck. Here's what you can make your trip a breeze for you and those around you. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the scoop.
President Donald Trump's next meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin will focus on national security concerns that the leaders discussed earlier this week in Finland
A veteran North Carolina newspaper reporter lost her job after editors found she used material from other publications in her stories without credit
Fleets of 'space drones' could soon be deployed to breathe new life into dying satellites, says the UK-based company which aims to send up its first drones in 2020. Matthew Stock reports.
Immigrant parents who were separated from their children under President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" policy for illegal border crossings are struggling to communicate in the age of instant, international social media
Five people who were arrested in June while protesting a jail sentence for a black man using a makeshift flamethrower during violent white nationalist rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year have been found guilty of committing traffic violations
The man considered instrumental in keeping North Dakota's tiniest town alive has died, likely putting an end to the municipality with a population that can be counted on one hand