By ZACK HUFFMAN
Massachusetts’ highest court ruled this week that field sobriety tests are not good enough to determine whether a driver is too high on marijuana to be behind the wheel.
By MATTHEW RENDA
The Trump administration will unveil stricter more tailored travel restrictions from select countries, replacing the controversial travel ban just weeks before the U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide its constitutionality.
By HELEN CHRISTOPHI
A Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy must face civil claims from the family of a 13-year-old boy he killed after mistaking the boy’s toy rifle for an AK-47, the Ninth Circuit ruled Friday.
By ZACK HUFFMAN
Challenging a Massachusetts zoo’s plan to close its elephant exhibit when the main attractions die, local advocates brought a federal complaint to have the long-suffering beasts live out their last days at a natural reserve.
A team of engineers has developed a framework for identifying key patterns that can be used to forecast an extreme event, which they detail in a study published Friday in the journal Science Advances.
By ROBERT KAHN
No one has more respect for Donald Trump than I do. Really. No one does. Think about that.
By ADAM KLASFELD
Cuba’s foreign minister recoiled Friday at what he called President Donald Trump’s “disrespectful, offensive and interventionist” speech to the United Nations as debt-ridden member states grapple with back-to-back hurricanes.
By DAN MCCUE
Sen. John McCain announced on Friday that he will vote against the latest GOP effort to repeal the federal health care law.
By SABRINA CANFIELD
The Fifth Circuit heard arguments Friday on whether it should allow Texas to enforce a law that bans sanctuary cities and requires police officers to question the immigration status of individuals who are lawfully detained.
By BIANCA BRUNO
Quoting “I Love Lucy,” a federal judge Thursday told Salt Lake Comic Con, “You’ve got some ‘splaining to do,” and warned the group about its public comments during its trademark fight with San Diego Comic Con.
By JOE HARRIS
St. Louis city police officers violated protesters’ civil rights by using chemical weapons and interfering with the videotaping of police activity during a controversial arrest technique used Sunday night, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court.
By BRANDI BUCHMAN
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is working with Congress to disclose 3,000 Russian-bought advertisements that circulated on the social media site during the 2016 election.