Despite a policy of handcuffing inmates before entering their cells, Tavoris Bottley stormed in and began to pummel the inmate, striking him with a closed fist three times.
The beloved scientist and the co-creators behind 'Bill Nye Science Guy' will finally have their day in court, as their claims of "under-reporting revenue and improperly applying deductions" will head to trial in May.
An Australian woman was given a 25-month sentence after providing fake work experience and references to receive a high-paying government job.
Reverend Amal Samy denies allegations that he attempted to touch and be touched by a technician aboard a cruise ship, as well as witness statements that claim he exposed himself to a female masseuse.
Dustin R. Hieronymus pleaded guilty after setting his girlfriend on fire during an argument over karaoke, but his girlfriend said she didn't think he belonged in prison due to his mental illness.
The man accused of killing five staffers at the Capital Gazette has been judged fit to stand trial, according to the doctors.
Lee Mitchell was sentenced to 24 weeks in jail after being convicted of assault, harassment and criminal damage.
April Alley has requested DNA testing in the case of her father, Sedley, who was executed for the 1985 murder of Marine Lance Cpl. Suzanne Collins. Now the courts must decide if the estate can lobby for such testing.
Dana Lawton, 33, is charged with burglary, arson and obstruction following the church fire in Gainesville.
Zantac and ranitidine have made a lot of headlines recently, after the FDA made the decision to investigate possible contaminants in ranitidine products.
Zacharion Townsend has trouble when it comes to fine motor skills, explained his father. It was those struggles that caused his second grade teacher to lash out against the student, he claimed.
Alt-right activist Kyle "Based Stickman" Chapman, who is known for carrying a stick and allegedly hitting political opponents, was given a five year felony probation term by a California judge on Wednesday.
"I have a very big dog in my office, and if you don't be quiet, he will come out and bite you!" Judge Stuart Couch reportedly yelled at the boy.
Fotis Dulos has pleaded not guilty and maintained his innocence and his attorney at one point raised the theory that Jennifer Dulos staged her disappearance like the plot of "Gone Girl."
The president's eldest daughter was scheduled to deliver remarks at the Global Entrepreneur Summit at The Hague, which is home to the International Criminal Court.
"Democrats have limited tools but they key is a willingness to use what they've got," Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice, told Newsweek.
"For someone who is in favor of a constitutional right to abortion and concerned about the preservation of Roe, this decision is not comforting," Lois Shepard, a law professor at the University of Virginia, told Newsweek.
"This law and other laws like it promote a State's compelling interest in preventing abortion from becoming a tool of modern-day eugenics."
"Given the potential for abortion to become a tool of eugenic manipulation, the Court will soon need to confront the constitutionality of laws like Indiana's," Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in his opinion.
Congressional Republicans refused to consider Merrick Garland's nomination to the Supreme Court in 2016.
"This raises grave questions about the Court's willingness to respect other important precedents, like Roe v. Wade," said the president of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Reproductive Rights say that they will be suing the state of Georgia over the LIFE Act.
The Senate neither held hearings nor took a vote on the Obama Supreme Court nominee, who was nominated nine months prior to the 2016 elections.
The city of San Francisco cannot be held liable for failing to notify ICE or deport the seven-time felon and undocumented immigrant who shot and killed 32-year-old Kate Steinle in 2015, a court ruled Monday.
Zeitner received a taxpayer-funded abortion in 2010.
In the lawsuit, former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos alleges that Trump "wrongly smeared her" by claiming that her accusations of sexual misconduct against him were lies.
Monica and Yongmin Zhu from California raced against the clock to retrieve some of their son Peter's genetic material after he died.
Thomas could be creating a way to "open up" libel laws, like President Donald Trump has suggested.
The theory, started among QAnon members, asserts Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dead.