The device Buzz Aldrin wore on the lunar surface was almost pulled from the space program by protectionists.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi, perhaps the most prominent Saudi journalist and a contributor to the Washington Post, has shaken the world.
Philadelphia’s civil forfeiture operation is reminiscent of a mob racket.
Despite the senators’ endorsement, psychologists have argued for decades that polygraphs are built on pseudoscience.
Tamie Hedges is facing prosecution for 12 misdemeanor charges after her organization didn’t go through the proper channels after rescuing animals following Hurrican Florence.
The court unanimously held that Secretary of State Toulouse Oliver could not unilaterally usurp legislative powers.
The recent move by New Mexico’s Democratic secretary of state to establish down-the-line party voting might well be illegal.