A Nevada grand jury indicted six individuals who submitted documents falsely attesting that they were the state's official presidential electors, and that Donald Trump won Nevada in the 2020 election.
Darryl George, 18, showed up for class on Tuesday at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas, before being removed and placed back into in-school suspension for natural hairstyle.
The latest measure in Republican Gov. Greg Abbott's border crackdown "Operation Lone Star" makes it a state crime to enter Texas illegally from a foreign country.
The indictment, unsealed in the Eastern District of Virginia, marks the first time the U.S. has brought war crimes charges in connection with the Russian assault on Ukraine.
An eventual decision in the case could severely limit congressional options in enacting tax policy, and it could cost the federal government trillions of dollars in corporate taxes.
NPR's Michel Martin asks Bill Miller, former head of the State Department's Diplomatic Security Service, about the fallout after a former ambassador was charged with being a foreign agent for Cuba.
State lawmakers in Tennessee demand an audit of all juvenile detention centers to see how often kids are locked up alone. A Knoxville facility illegally secluded kids for hours, even days at a time.
Prosecutors want to use evidence of former President Trump's baseless statements about election fraud and his embrace of rioters on Jan. 6, 2021, to bolster the election interference case against him.
A couple who owned a controlling interest in a foreign corporation argue that a controversial Trump-era tax is unconstitutional under the 16th Amendment.