A bipartisan group of senators has introduced a bill to stop the federal government from punishing banks that do business with recreational-marijuana companies.
- The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals today will hear arguments from the White House concerning Obama's executive actions on immigration.
- The first chapter of To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee's much-anticipated new novel, Go Set a Watchman, was published online by The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian today.
- Dennis Hof, owner of the Nevada brothel Bunny Ranch, may be going after the state's open Senate seat with the backing of the Nevada Libertarian Party.
- "Emergency legislation" targeting synthetic marijuana in D.C. will allow police to shut down businesses for four days and charge them $10,000 for a first offense of selling these drugs.
- One Toledo municipal court judge will take over all of the city's weddings after her colleague refused to preside over same-sex marriages. "It would be my privilege to perform these weddings with the dignity they deserve," she said.
- Can the hacktivist network Anonymous be quantified?
- Twitter has been "very cooperative" with the FBI in monitoring users who interact with members of the Islamic State.
"It feels like we've gone from tragedy to farce."
The new framework aims to keep everyone learning at the same level for as long as possible.
A Messina, New York, police officer is under investigation after video showed him intentionally slamming a door into a car several times.
Cops Receive Qualified Immunity for Coercing a 13-Year-Old Into Confessing to a Murder He Didn't Commit
The boy was sentenced to 25 years' imprisonment.