Crime

Trump administration sued over shift in asylum policy

Feb 15, 2019

Civil liberties groups have filed a lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco to block the Trump administration from returning asylum seekers to Mexico while their cases wind through U.S. immigration courts

The Latest: Children sent to Mexico under US asylum policy

Feb 15, 2019

The first children have been returned to Mexico for their cases to wind through U.S. immigration courts

Arizona man connected by DNA to 4 slayings indicted in Ohio

Feb 15, 2019

Ohio authorities charged a man Thursday with aggravated murder in the 1992 slaying of a woman at a truck stop, one of four such killings they say he is linked to through DNA evidence

Sweden probing its envoy to China over 'threatening' meeting

Feb 15, 2019

Sweden's foreign affairs ministry says it is investigating the country's ambassador to China over a meeting she arranged between the daughter of a detained Swedish publisher and businessmen she says made threats

Ex-Minnesota elevator manager pleads guilty in swindle

Feb 15, 2019

The former manager of a western Minnesota grain elevator has pleaded guilty in a swindle that cost his employer millions of dollars

Police: Teen charged after gunshot at New Mexico high school

Feb 15, 2019

A 16-year-old student suspected of opening fire inside a high school in suburban Albuquerque was charged Thursday with attempting to commit murder and carrying a deadly weapon on school grounds

Racketeering lawsuit by Dakota Access developer dismissed

Feb 15, 2019

A federal judge has thrown out a $1 billion racketeering lawsuit that the developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline filed against environmental groups and activists

AP Interview: Philippine journalist sees threat to democracy

Feb 15, 2019

AP Interview: Award-winning head of Philippine news site accuses Duterte government of acting like a dictatorship and of using the law as a weapon to muzzle dissent

Accused harasser will no longer work at Iowa State games

Feb 15, 2019

Iowa State University says a former state government official who was fired for sexually harassing women will no longer work as a security contractor at its athletic events

Parkland shooting victims are remembered in silence

Feb 15, 2019

Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas and schools nationwide bowed their heads in a moment of silence and undertook volunteer projects to try to make something good come out of the massacre that claimed 17 lives exactly one year ago

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