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A California state judge struck down a law allowing doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill adult patients Tuesday, ending the state's 2016 attempt to legalize euthanasia.
American exceptionalism is under siege -- that's what conservatives heard from the winners of the 2018 Bradley Prize winners Tuesday night.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions honored several Las Vegas police officers Monday, citing their heroic action and sacrifice during the Vegas shooting in October 2017.
Washington, D.C., has the highest rate of drug use and addiction of any state in the country, according to a WalletHub study released Monday.
Republican Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed legislation Friday that would've allowed anyone in the state to carry firearms without a permit, claiming the current barriers to getting a gun are "few and reasonable."
Attorney General Jeff Sessions paid tribute to the nation's law enforcement officers Thursday, recognizing National Police Week, which begins Sunday.
The Miami police union released a statement Wednesday defending an officer who kicked a handcuffed suspect in the head, claiming the officer was actually showing "great restraint."
A bipartisan pair of representatives unveiled their new White House-backed prison reform bill Monday, confirming President Donald Trump's administration is hesitating to pursue sentencing reform.
The shooting of a federal agent in the South Side of Chicago on May 4 was the fourth time a law enforcement officer was shot in the neighborhood over the past year.
Israel put up the first "U.S. Embassy" road signs in its capital of Jerusalem Monday morning, weeks after President Donald Trump announced the U.S. would move its embassy from Tel Aviv and recognize Israel's capital.
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio endorsed the use of facilities for drug addicts to legally inject under medical supervision Thursday, claiming it will cut down the number of overdose deaths.