A tough anti-hazing bill that bears the name of a Penn State student who died last year in a fraternity ritual is expected to become law Friday in Pennsylvania.
Adina Kamkhatchi launched Adina’s Jewels when she was a freshman in college. In just four years, the affordable jewelry maker has garnered several celebrity fans and is killing it on Instagram.
The Justice Department filed an emergency petition Thursday asking the Supreme Court to put on hold a federal lawsuit by youths who say the federal government has failed to act to curb climate change.
With Brett Kavanaugh on the bench, the Justice Department signaled on Wednesday that it wants to expedite lawsuits concerning Trump administration positions through the lower courts in order to get them before the Supreme Court’s newly formed five-justice conservative majority.
Former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday that he believes Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanuagh is “unfit” to serve on the highest court in the land.
President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans have said they’ll turn the vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court into an asset in November, while Democrats have made it clear they’d rather talk about health care or taxes.
Hundreds danced to hip-hop and ’80s soul music Sunday and listened to local African-American candidates make their pitches. But this cookout in Oakland, California, wasn’t just any spring festival.
The woman who threatened to call police on an African-American girl selling water on a San Francisco sidewalk — and who was mocked online as “Permit Patty” — has resigned as CEO of TreatWell Health.
A white woman derisively labeled “Cornerstore Caroline” on social media has apologized after video of her appearing to call New York police to say a 9-year-old black boy grabbed her behind was posted online.