A Texas company that owns an oil pipeline that spilled along the Santa Barbara coast faces a criminal trial three years after the disaster
The company is in hot water for "widespread consumer abuses and compliance breakdowns."
Authorities in Texas City, Texas, said there were no injuries or fatalities after an explosion at a Valero refinery there.
Giuliani used to work as a prosecutor in the '80s.
Armstrong admitted in 2013 he used performance-enhancing substances when he won seven Tour de France races.
Some Republican lawmakers voted to strip Memphis of $250K for a bicentennial celebration as punishment for how the city removed Confederate monuments.
The group's roots can be traced back to the 1930s.
The former FBI deputy director was fired in mid-March on accusations he lacked candor; a Justice Department report seems to back up that narrative.
New York City's "Fearless Girl" will find a new home in front of another of financial icon in the city.
Gov. Eric Greitens' lawyers had requested the case be dismissed, claiming the prosecutor withheld key evidence from the defense.
The Native Land app was developed by a Canadian.
One New York City heliport is banning doors-off helicopter tours.
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Gov. Jerry Brown also noted the troops won't be at the border to enforce immigration law.
Minnesota officials will announce whether anyone will be charged in the case on Thursday.
A preplanned demonstration already has more than 2,300 participants signed up.
Following a resolution by Sen. Tammy Duckworth who just gave birth this month.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is trying to amend state law to allow prosecution regardless of whether someone has received a pardon.
A sponsor said the move was retaliation for the city taking down two Confederate statues last year.
A study finds government officials in 49 states made anti-Muslim remarks and/or proposed anti-Islamic legislation since 2015.
After announcing it will no longer carry assault-style rifles, Dick's said it's going to destroy its unsold stock.
Puerto Rico was hit with its second major blackout in a week, putting the entire island in the dark.
There are plenty of Supreme Court cases on diversity in hiring, but the legal lines are still blurry.
It was revealed in court Monday that television host Sean Hannity was represented by President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
Slide Fire Solutions said it will soon shut down its website entirely.
The IRS said Tuesday it's giving people another day to file because one of its pages to pay online crashed earlier in the day.
Southwest Airlines said it was cooperating with the National Transportation Safety Board's probe. One person was killed.