An illegal alien who shot a woman in broad daylight in San Francisco on Wednesday had been deported five times but was released back onto the streets anyway, federal immigration officials are saying.
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An ex-Reddit employee is accusing the company's controversial CEO, Ellen Pao, of firing him because she thought he was too sick to work after his years-long battle with leukemia.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has had to deal with a lot of phonies lately.
Oregon's labor commissioner issued a final decree on Thursday forcing the owners of a family bakery in Oregon to pay a lesbian couple $135,000 for refusing to bake a cake for their wedding.
Less than a year after former ambassador Joe Wilson sent an email directly lobbying Sec. of State Hillary Clinton on behalf of a company he was consulting, a small governmental agency that Clinton chaired gave the firm, Symbion Power, a lucrative contract to help develop Tanzania's power grid.
The Department of Education is sticking by negative comments an official with the agency's office of civil rights made about a University of Virginia dean during an interview with disgraced Rolling Stone reporter Sabrina Rubin Erdely.
Chuck de Caro, a former CNN reporter, was shot three times during an attempted robbery in an Albuquerque motel room on Tuesday, but he shot back, killing his attacker and defending his wife, Lynne Russell, a former CNN anchor.
A bold-faced political hatchet job, a mysterious memo, a bad pun and a predictable dig at Fox News. Those are just some of the enlightening tidbits contained in the 3,000 pages of Hillary Clinton emails released late Tuesday.
Some Clinton Emails Have Been Retroactively Classified, Including A Business Pitch From Joseph Wilson
Numerous emails Hillary Clinton turned over to the State Department have been retroactively classified, including a business pitch Clinton received via her longtime friend Sidney Blumenthal from Joseph Wilson, the former ambassador and husband of former CIA operative Valerie Plame.
Though Hillary Clinton has sought to downplay her working relationship with Sidney Blumenthal, the massive trove of emails released Tuesday by the State Department show that Clinton's top aides used her longtime friend's ideas to craft a speech for the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The State Department published 3,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's emails late Tuesday in the first of eight court-ordered releases of the former secretary of state's work-related records.
The IRS attorney who worked to turn over Lois Lerner's emails to congressional investigators now has a new gig, this time at a federal agency steeped in its own email controversy.
A videotaped police interview exists in which the man who rode in the back of a Baltimore police van with Freddie Gray claims that the 25-year-old was banging his head and "sounded like a madman."
A 13-year-old Texas girl wanted for a disturbing assault that caused injury to a 3-year-old girl has turned herself in to authorities and is in a juvenile detention center.
The Nebraska Supreme Court upheld a district court's decision to force a 95-year-old Nebraska man to pay his ex-wife more in alimony than he earns each month.
South Carolina U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy said Sunday on "Face the Nation" he may by forced to call on a "recalcitrant" Secretary of State John Kerry to testify about Hillary Clinton's emails.
Police in Rowlett, Texas say they have issued an arrest warrant for a 13-year-old girl filmed attacking another teenager and injuring a toddler, but that she and her guardian have gone into hiding.
A State Department spokesman admitted it's "hard to know" how many work-related emails former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton failed to turn over to the agency.
Civil rights activist Al Sharpton discussed a variety of issues in a wide-ranging interview this week, saying he is more concerned about his personal safety following last week's shooting at a black church in Charleston, S.C. and that he thinks Hillary Clinton is vulnerable to defeat in the presidential election.