Opening statements in Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s trial were delayed Tuesday after a juror was excused because she reportedly was “too anxious and too upset” to serve on the jury.
Democrats have tried and failed five times to unseat Republican Congressman Mike Coffman, but this time around, Democrats are confident political newcomer and combat veteran Jason Crow will win a district that has become increasingly more blue.
A flurry of separated children were reunited with their parents over the last 24 hours after a U.S. district judge ordered the government to reunite 59 separated children with their parents by the end of the day Tuesday – but others are still waiting.
A lawyer visiting parents separated from their children at the border said that immigrants he has visited still have not had contact with their child.
Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson made it clear Wednesday the team is ready to move on from the disinvitation controversy, choosing not to engage in a back-and-forth war of words with the White House.
The governor of Puerto Rico said Hurricane Maria disaster funds are taking too long to arrive on the island – and he’s blaming Congress.
Six months after Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, about 100,000 Americans on the island are still without power, thousands of blue tarps cover damaged roofs on homes, and over 130,000 Puerto Ricans have moved away.
A woman who won a half-billion-dollar Powerball is suing the New Hampshire Lottery Commission because she wants to remain anonymous, but at least one prominent lawyer who has represented past big winners says the suit could backfire on her.
The number of businesses seeking active shooter training is increasing as the frequency of these incidents nationwide has risen over the last 15 years.