Latest from Deanna Paul
Weinstein's fall from grace ushered in a global movement for which he remains a symbol. Although #MeToo looms, attorneys say the only thing that should matter is the evidence presented during the trial.
  • Jan 6, 2020
Experts attribute the growth of wellness apps on college campuses to digital-savvy millennials. Yet students may be giving up more information than they realize.
  • Jan 2, 2020
The discoveries detailed by an FBI agent would bring Thomas to court Monday on federal hate-crime charges, a day after he was charged with attempted murder.
  • Dec 31, 2019
The state legislature passed a measure allowing armed volunteers in places of worship after a 2017 shooting left 26 people dead at a Texas church.
  • Dec 30, 2019
Paramedics worked aggressively to try to save the young girl, but they were unsuccessful.
  • Dec 28, 2019
Individuals charged under several states' revenge porn laws are calling the statutes unconstitutional restrictions of free speech.
  • Dec 26, 2019
Sen. Murkowski told NBC affiliate KTUU that she believes there should be distance between the Senate, which will serve as the jury for Trump’s impeachment trial, and the White House.
  • Dec 25, 2019
The mayor of Valparaiso declared a state of emergency early Wednesday and said the fire may have been set intentionally.
  • Dec 25, 2019
In a suit filed under the Child Victims Act, Kaja Sokola accused the Hollywood producer of forcing her to touch his genitals when she was a teen.
  • Dec 19, 2019
Sedley Alley was executed based on little physical evidence and an allegedly coerced confession. A Tennessee judge refused the DNA test that could exonerate him.
  • Dec 19, 2019