A federal jury has convicted Stone of lying to Congress and tampering with a witness about his efforts to learn about the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks' release of hacked Democratic emails in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Friday’s convictions seem to bring to an end the high-profile criminal probes stemming from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Garrett’s suspension is to cover at least the rest of this season and postseason. The ruling by the league comes the day after the Browns’ defensive end struck Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with Rudolph’s helmet during an on-field fracas.
The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles unanimously recommended delaying the inmate's execution. His case has received widespread attention amid new evidence his attorneys say challenges his 1998 murder conviction. The recommendation is not binding: Republican Gov. Greg Abbott can accept or ignore it.
A small but passionate group of smartphone owners won’t use biometric security features. Instead, they’re sticking with passcodes or unlock patterns to access their devices, even as companies push biometrics as key selling points.
Work behind closed doors by chief U.S. trade negotiator Robert E. Lighthizer faces a tough spotlight in a rush to seal two major prizes: a North American trade accord and an unfinished deal with China.
Why the “Peanuts” gang still compels revisitation from page to stage to screen — nearly two decades after creator Charles Schulz died — is a question that rests centrally in the often-engaging new anthology “The Peanuts Papers.”