More Than 1,500 People Are Incarcerated on 'Jim Crow Jury' Decisions. The Supreme Court Could Give Them Another Chance.
80 percent of those convicted by "Jim Crow juries" in Louisiana were Black.
“It’s inexcusable for us to leave town and not have an agreement,” said Sen. Joe Manchin, part of the bipartisan group of lawmakers who introduced the framework.
With more state and federal eviction protections expiring soon, activists warn of more related COVID cases and deaths.
The 70-year-old deli worker had worked near a person showing symptoms in late March, when the chain was telling employees they could only wear masks if they had a doctor’s note.
Without another pandemic stimulus package, the holidays could look bleak for many Americans.
The 25-year-old server posted a video showing Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts at an election party.
An estimated 12 million people will lose their benefits the day after Christmas—and they're angry.
El Paso has recently experienced a huge spike in infections.
The Pineda family of Kentucky say they have endured more than a year of abuse.
“We had people reach out to us from everywhere, from Portugal and London and the Philippines and Japan.”
The Supreme Court appeared ready to leave the Affordable Care Act largely intact for the third time on Tuesday.
It's heavy on doctors and medical experts.