The justices will consider presidential authority to keep the nation safe and constitutional protections against religious discrimination in a case that raises questions about the judiciary’s role in issues usually left to the political branches.
Although his challenger depicts Mitt Romney as an establishment interloper, the 2012 presidential nominee has a financial edge and greater name recognition in his bid to replace Utah Sen. Orrin G. Hatch.
A decade after the largest safety recall in U.S. history began, an estimated 60,000 vehicles equipped with deadly explosive Takata air bags are still being driven. Why? As older cars changed hands, owners did not receive warnings or ignored them, automakers say.
Travis Reinking, who is accused of fatally shooting four people at a Waffle House near Nashville and is believed to be at large, was arrested in 2017 for being in a restricted area at the White House. He lost his weapons and firearms license, but the guns ended up back in Reinking’s possession after authorities returned them to his father, officials said.
Statistics show that the state has cut spending on food stamps by 28 percent since enacting stricter work requirements. But those hopeful numbers belie the continuing struggles of low-income families trying to meet increasing standards for public assistance.
Residents of Mindanao thought President Rodrigo Duterte, a native of their island, would fulfill his promise to end a 49-year war with communist insurgents. But his declaration of martial law last year scuttled peace talks, leaving indigenous people regretting their support of him in the 2016 election.
The 2012 Olympic gold medalist told “Dateline” that her complaint was ignored, while longtime Team USA coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi broke a public silence and denied any knowledge of Larry Nassar's abuses.