Support for the death penalty, which peaked in the mid-1990s, has dropped to a four-decade low, according to new data from the nonpartisan Pew Research Center.
Many in deaf community stunned; “My brother didn’t deserve that. He was a good kid.”
“Theaters aren’t any safer,” Marcus Weaver, Aurora survivor, said. “It’s almost like everything was for naught.”
The two defendants in the case originally told police they were trying to appease or impress Slender Man, a fictional character, by committing the crime.
U.S. Justice Department seeks to end for-profit prisons — starts by not renewing 14 private contracts.
Ohio patients can expect legal access to marijuana within two years.
All three girls remained hospitalized after one of the baskets overturned, dumping out children who then fell 35 to 45 feet.
State hasn’t inspected water slide since it opened in 2014.
Payroll data from Department of Labor shows new jobs in July while unemployment remains stable.
16 die in Texas after a hot-air balloon catches fire and crashes.
Company officials say there are valid reasons for the price increases.
Grieving parents say they will focus on a charitable foundation to honor their son.
She shared photo of naked woman in gym locker room on Snapchat with the caption: “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either.”
“We have to strike a balance between privacy and protection.”
U.S law enforcement official says shooter is a 29-year-old Marine Corps veteran with a history as a “black separatist.”