- Horses lead the way to a less peaceful coexistence in Amish countryby By Amy Worden on 16 Novembre 2019 at 15:59
Proposals for rubber horseshoes, horse ‘diapers’ raise concerns of religious discrimination.
- In Louisiana, the Deep South’s only Democratic governor seeks reelection as voters head to pollsby By Tim Craig on 16 Novembre 2019 at 13:56
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards was forced into a runoff against Trump ally Eddie Rispone.
- Shooting in San Diego leaves 5 dead, including 3 childrenby By Hannah Knowles and Lateshia Beachum on 16 Novembre 2019 at 09:32
Police believe the sole shooter is among the dead, according to the Associated Press.
- Texas governors rarely halt executions. Rodney Reed hopes his is an exception.by By Brittany Shammas on 15 Novembre 2019 at 17:27
Commutations are rare in the Lone Star State, and the three inmates spared each had “quite unusual” cases.
- 16-year-old shooter at California high school has died, authorities sayby By Hannah Knowles on 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:11
Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow shot himself after pulling a gun from his backpack at Saugus High School, where he was a junior, according to authorities.
- In a battleground town, sharp divisions over impeachment but few changed mindsby By Griff Witte on 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:01
Voters are resolute in their opinions of Trump, and inquiry facts have yet to sway them.
- A baby died after an officer crashed his Corvette at 94 mph, investigators say. He won’t face charges.by By Hannah Knowles on 15 Novembre 2019 at 16:00
Police said the baby probably would not have died if her car seat had been properly restrained. The child's mother was arrested last year on suspicion of negligent homicide for allegedly failing to secure it.
- Texas appeals court delays execution of Rodney Reed, whose murder case has drawn widespread attention over new evidenceby By Brittany Shammas and Reis Thebault on 15 Novembre 2019 at 14:25
The court’s indefinite stay is another dramatic development in one of the most high-profile death sentence cases in recent history for Texas, which puts more people to death than any other state.
- NRA chief Wayne LaPierre received a 57 percent pay raise in 2018, tax filings showby By Beth Reinhard on 15 Novembre 2019 at 13:00
Wayne LaPierre’s pay hike comes at a time when the gun group has been under pressure to explain large payments to top executives.
- A student opposed a YA novel for mandatory college reading. The backlash from famous authors was fierce.by By Katie Shepherd on 15 Novembre 2019 at 12:45
Recent college grad Brooke Nelson told her local newspaper Sarah Dessen's young adult romance novels were "fine for teenage girls," but recommended her college's freshman read Bryan Stevenson's "Just Mercy" instead.
- California and nearly two dozen other states sue Trump administration for the right to set fuel-efficiency standardsby By Brady Dennis and Juliet Eilperin on 15 Novembre 2019 at 12:14
California and nearly two dozen other states on Friday sued the Environmental Protection Agency, arguing that the Trump administration doesn’t have the legal authority to strip the nation’s most populous state of its longstanding authority to set strict fuel-efficiency standards on cars and trucks.
- A Texas lawmaker dropped a sealed envelope at the airport. It was filled with four bags of cocaine, police say.by By Teo Armus on 15 Novembre 2019 at 12:01
An arrest warrant is out for Texas State Rep. Poncho Nevárez, who said earlier this month he would not be seeking reelection.
- Police found no evidence of an alleged kidnapping. Then a disturbing doorbell video surfaced.by By Kayla Epstein on 15 Novembre 2019 at 11:37
The LAPD says the doorbell may have recorded a kidnapping, but don't have much information.
- Trump intervenes in three military justice cases involving war-crimes accusations, issuing pardonsby By Washington Post Staff on 15 Novembre 2019 at 11:31
President Trump notified the service members involved by phone, according to one of their lawyers and a U.S. official, speaking on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue. The cases involve Army Maj. Mathew Golsteyn, a former Special Forces officer; former special warfare operator chief Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL; and
- Can the Bijan Ghaisar case be prosecuted in state court, after feds declined charges?by By Tom Jackman on 15 Novembre 2019 at 11:27
Experts said the criteria for federal civil rights charges set a high bar for charges, and a state court prosecution might be possible.