A U.S. district court has ruled that Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s department has violated the rights of Latino drivers by racially profiling them as part of a crackdown on illegal immigration and issued an injunction to halt the practice.
On April 15, when two bombs exploded near the finish line, thousands of runners could not finish the most illustrious road race in the world. Saturday, thousands tried to remedy that with a one-mile run that covered the final stretch of the Boston Marathon.
President Obama toured the devastation in Moore, Okla. Sunday afternoon, comforting some victims and pledging federal support.
“I have not done anything wrong. I have not broken any laws. I have not violated any IRS rules or regulations.”
Even as President Obama was declaring that tornado-devastated Oklahoma would get “everything it needs right away,” the state’s most vociferous critic of federal emergency aid vowed that he, too, would push for assistance “without delay.”
Microsoft unveiled its new Xbox One Tuesday, displaying a device that takes new steps in game consoles’ journey to becoming all-purpose entertainment and communication devices.
When Randy Keller moved from Texas to the Oklahoma City area seven years ago, he couldn’t find the house he was looking for.
While the number of deaths and amount of damage caused by a huge tornado that tore through Moore, Okla., on Monday remain high, state officials announced just after 9 a.m. ET Tuesday that fewer people than feared may have lost their lives.
A federal judge in Louisiana has thrown out the central criminal charge against a former BP executive because prosecutors failed to prove he knew about a pending congressional investigation into oil flowing into the Gulf of Mexico three years ago.
Beijing has long been about the closest thing to an ally that Pyongyang enjoys, but the seizure of a Chinese fishing boat by unidentified North Koreans has threatened to put an already tenuous relationship on even shakier ground.