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Faced with a mountain of electronic evidence against his client, counsel for the woman accused of shutting down New Jersey traffic lanes for political vengeance strived to show Monday that a cabal of political players needed a scapegoat.
A top Justice Department lawyer told members of Congress on Monday that its review will be quick to determine whether any messages that surfaced in the Anthony Weiner sexting investigation relate to the private email server Hillary Clinton used as secretary of state.
Two conservative justices voiced criticism Monday as the Supreme Court ordered trial courts to reconsider the life sentences imposed on five Arizona killers, all of whom were under 18 when the committed their crimes.
The Ninth Circuit upheld 16 of a former Los Angeles attorney's 17 convictions, and a restitution order, for scamming investors into thinking they were investing in a movie.
In a pivotal scene of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," the doctor makes the decision to scrap the creation of a mate for the Creature. Had he gone a different route, humankind might have gone extinct within 4,000 years.
Hillary Clinton enters the final full week of the presidential race on defense once again over her use of a private email system.Meanwhile, a newly emboldened Donald Trump is seizing on the discovery of a trove of new emails to try to open new paths to victory.
A gymnast claims in court that the USA Gymnastics organization and world-famous coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi allowed the women team's doctor to molest her and other underage athletes for years.
While paleontologists will never know what dinosaurs thought about, they might have a better idea of what some of their brains looked like thanks to the first-ever discovery of a dinosaur brain fossil.