'Green Gaiter Bandit' linked to string of bank robberies sought by FBI
An unidentified suspect known as the "Green Gaiter Bandit" linked to at least 18 bank robberies and attempts in Southern California since October is being sought by the FBI and multiple other law enforcement agencies.
MSNBC guest 'shocked' Florida surgeon general's medical license wasn't revoked: 'we need to get this man'
In a Georgia County, Deep Distrust Over a Plan to Close Polling Places
As legislation to expand voting rights was blocked in Washington, local residents debate a plan from officials in Lincoln County, Ga., who say they want to streamline and modernize their system.
Tennessee school board bans Maus, a Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel about the Holocaust
The school board in McMinn County, Tennessee, voted 10-0 on Wednesday to bar schools from teaching Maus, a Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History , a graphic novel about the Holocaust written by Art Spiegelman, and ban it from school libraries. Maus won the Pulitzer Prize in 1992, the only graphic novel to earn that honor. Spiegelman spent 13 years putting together Maus , which recalls the e...
Conservative groups don't see a big fight over Justice Beyer's replacement. Fox News suggests otherwise.
The Kamala Harris mug Biden purchased during a shop visit yesterday is reportedly already sold out online
Edgar Cahn, champion of legal services for the poor, dies at 86
A humanist and a humanitarian, Dr. Cahn sought to harness the power of the law to promote social justice, helping establish the largest funder of civil legal aid for low-income Americans.
West Oakland residents, air district officials sound alarm on proposed gravel facility at Port of Oakland
Fallen officers sought bridges between NYPD, communities
New York Police Officer Jason Rivera was no stranger to the tensions between police and some communities