A New York Times exposé about exploitation of manicurists in New York State, who are often undocumented workers, led governor Andrew Cuomo to put in place special emergency orders to ensure their fair treatment.
Baltimore police brutality cases potentially number in the thousands, the department’s internal records indicate -- and that’s just since 2012.
The case of 10-year-old Paraguayan rape victim who’s five months pregnant has sparked a fierce but rather futile debate on that country’s abortion laws -- the staunchly Roman Catholic nation outlaws abortion unless a pregnant female’s life is endangered by com
Officials say Sunday’s Boston beach brawl was likely attended by nearly 200 beachgoers, although only a minority of those rowdies actually got themselves arrested.
This missing person alert is for Jon Steindorf, 23, who is believed to have disappeared from the Penn State university area last week and may be in crisis.
Islamic terrorists say 71 Jihadist sleepers are currently stationed on American soil, just waiting in the wings somewhere for their kill orders.
Latest updates on the Angelika Graswald whodunit are generating more questions than answers, and now it seems she may have been falsely arrested, too.
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