The ruling follows a similar circuit court decision last week that struck down a voter ID law in Texas.
Two small counties in Florida are the first places in the United States where Zika has been transmitted locally.
A series of photos from the two wildfires that have blazed through Southern and Central California since last Friday.
A 23-year-old suspect faces felony assault charges after allegedly threatening a bouncer with a homemade spear and throwing a "Batarang" at a police vehicle.
As Pokemon Go popularity grows, players continue to have run-ins with police officers.
A supervisor who reviewed the video didn't see anything wrong with it. The chief of Austin's police says he wants to change the culture that led to that mindset.
Yemeni convenience store owners are worried about being blamed for a recent incident involving the drug K2 that left 33 people hospitalized.
Minneapolis-St. Paul is almost 70 percent white. In the past four years, people killed by its police officers have been 80 percent of color.
We spoke to four protesters who were on the ground during the incident that left five police officers dead and seven wounded.
The court ruled that forced breathalyzer tests do not require a warrant, but blood-alcohol tests still do, because taking blood is more intrusive.
The eight-year long battle revolves around Abigail Fisher, who was rejected from The University of Texas in 2008 and argued she was racially discriminated against for being white.
An estimated 65.3 million people have been forced to flee their homes due to violence and conflict, according to a new report by the UN's refugee agency.