Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling reiterated to Fox News Wednesday that the team “is not for sale,” likely signaling a looming legal battle with the NBA should his fellow owners try to force a sale over Sterling’s racist remarks.
A botched execution using a new drug combination left a convicted killer writhing and clenching his teeth on the gurney Tuesday, leading Oklahoma prison officials to halt the proceedings before the inmate’s eventual death from a heart attack.
In a set of 271 cases from four areas, juries gave wrong verdicts in at least one out of eight cases, according to “Estimating the Accuracy of Jury Verdicts,” a paper by a Northwestern University statistician that is being published in the July issue of Journal of Empirical Legal Studies.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin called Wednesday for an independent review of the state’s execution protocols after a botched procedure that the White House said fell short of the humane standards required.
The bill makes it illegal for an employer to refuse to hire an applicant because of their status as a U.S. military veteran, National Guard member or reservist.
Here’s a sobering fact likely known to few Americans outside of the nation’s capital: The federal government is the only government on earth that collects more than $1 trillion in taxes annually.
The principal at Rocky Mountain High School in Fort Collins, Colorado, is facing a hailstorm of criticism from some very angry parents and residents.
Doctors are seeing more preventable diseases as some parents choose not to vaccinate their children. Some believe vaccines are dangerous even when numbers prove they work.
Oops! Democrat Caught in Awful Racist Rant: “F*cking N***er Town!”
If this isn’t a smoking gun on Benghazi, at least on the controversy over the talking points that blamed a YouTube video rather than the terrorists who plotted and then conducted the attack, then it’s not clear what would qualify. Judicial Watch forced the release of additional White House e-mails relating to the evolution of the talking points and finds a rather bald-faced admission of Obama administration interests in Susan Rice’s television appearances the following Sunday. The YouTube story was designed to distract from “policy failures,” according to Barack Obama’s aide Ben Rhodes: