Romell Broom had argued that a second execution attempt would represent a cruel and unusual punishment
The student says he was 'lured by the United States administration to commit a crime'
Billionaire tycoon is looking for big wins in Illinois, Florida, North Carolina, Missouri, and Ohio - but this last state may be the most important battleground
Judge rules teenagers who turn 18 by November can cast ballots, which could give Sanders an edge in a tight contest
The Republican signed a bill which puts about $1.3 million of funding in danger
His new campaign advert is unique in that it pulls on the heartstrings
MarShawn McCarrel, 23, took to social media before taking his own life in Columbus, Ohio.
The officers behind the 22-mile car chase and who killed two people have been dismissed but no criminal charges have been brought forward
Donald “Chip” Pugh said he did not think much of the image police used
The local prosecutor said the father would not be charged for accidentally killing his son
He claimed Ohio police were trying to make him look like a 'Thundercat'
Elliot Gornall had not contested charges that he filmed the youths
A lawsuit filed late Sunday aims to bar state authorities from acting on allegations that Planned Parenthood illegally dumped foetal tissue in landfills.
The 15-year-old was rescued by authorities more than 500 miles away from her home
The former Mafia enforcer says he turned his life around after reading the bible while in prison