The Justice Department said there was "significant strife between the community" and the police.
One of the longest-serving death-row inmates in Texas history won't have his case heard by the Supreme Court after all.
A prosecutor who helped put an innocent man in prison for three decades has apologized in a bracing, remarkable letter.
It is the third state to delay executions until after the justices consider lethal injection this spring. Here's why.
In which Portland is kept weird.
He was freed last year after spending almost four decades behind bars for a crime he did not commit.
About 400,000 records have been unsealed for people adopted in the state between 1964 and 1996.
The judge said that releasing the details could hinder attempts to get honest testimonies at other grand juries.
The ruling could open the door for the state to resume executions.
New York's Pine Branch School District has apologized and promised English-only readings in the future.