Key members of China’s Communist Party were determined at the national congress, which is held every five years and concluded this week.
A former judge who led Guatemala’s soccer federation is set to be the first person sentenced in the U.S. in the world soccer scandal.
Efforts to do away with cash bail in California received a big boost when the state’s top judge got behind a proposal to end what critics say is a system that keeps poor people behind bars while wealthier suspects can pay for their freedom.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has been given a second five-year term as leader of the ruling Communist Party.
Brazil’s lower chamber of Congress is preparing to vote on whether to try President Michel Temer on charges of leading a criminal organization and obstructing justice.
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The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee claims he obtained a “smoking gun” email that proves the Obama Justice Department prevented settlement payouts from going to conservative-leaning organizations, even as liberal groups were awarded money and…
James added 13 assists, and the Cavs upped their defensive intensity in the second half.
Authorities are investigating whether a onetime local hero threatened in a Facebook post to lynch Florida Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The Florida Panthers stumble against the lowly Canadiens to finish up their road trip Tuesday night.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday promised an all-out assault on the brutal MS-13 street gang “just like we took Al Capone off the streets.”
The unexpected retirement of Arizona Senator Jeff Flake will further inflame the civil war in the GOP between the establishment and the “Trump Caucus” with Steve Bannon racking up the fruits of victory in an attempt to reshape the Republican Party.