The justices ruled today that Anthony Elonis shouldn't have been convicted for threatening his ex-wife on Facebook, but dodged larger questions about free speech online.
Our recent profile of him led to the man formerly known as Billy Gibby getting $3,200 in donations, which he's using to remove his facial tattoos.
They just made it impossible for welfare recipients to withdraw more than $25 a day from their accounts at ATMs, a new rule that might violate federal law.
We talked to biker expert Edward Winterhalder about his reasons for joining a gang 40 years ago and how an argument over a patch turned into a deadly shootout on Sunday in Texas.
The city council of the second largest city in American just passed a major minimum wage hike by a vote of 14-1.
Ricardo Dominguez's class is all about pushing boundaries—but one student's mother would rather those boundaries stay right where they are.
A University of Virginia Dean Is Suing 'Rolling Stone' for Nearly $8 Million over the 'Rape on Campus' Story
Nicole Eramo, the associate dean of students at the University of Virginia, is making a case in court that she was portrayed as the "chief villain" in the discredited magazine story.
Plagued by poverty and mental illness, William Gibby sold his face to internet companies. Now he's trying to get it back.
According to the study, corrections officials in the United States use violence to punish prisoners for exhibiting behaviors of their mental illness, which violates the Constitution and international human rights laws.
Some view it as their savior, others as a project that will hasten their demise.
A Senior Citizen in Nebraska Filed a Handwritten Lawsuit Against All Homosexuals on Behalf of God and Jesus
The 66-year-old Nebraskan wants a judge to declare homosexuality a sin.