Indiana attorney general sues hospital system over privacy of Ohio girl who traveled for abortion
Indiana’s attorney general has sued the state’s largest hospital system, claiming it violated patient privacy laws when a doctor publicly shared the story of an Ohio girl who traveled to Indiana for an abortion.
A Jan. 6 rioter was convicted and sentenced in secret. No one will say why
A felony case stemming from the U.S. Capitol riot appears to have been resolved in secret, with the man released from federal custody this week despite no public record of a conviction or sentencing.
Biden rules on clean cars face crucial test as Republican-led challenges go to appeals court
Efforts by the Biden administration to limit tailpipe pollution from automobiles — a major source of planet-warming emissions — face a crucial test as legal challenges brought by Republican-led states head to a federal appeals court.
FBI investigates cybersecurity issue at MGM Resorts while casinos and hotels stay open across US
Casino operator MGM Resorts International says resorts are open despite a cybersecurity issue that led to the shutdown of its computer systems across the U.S. The FBI on Tuesday characterized its investigation as ongoing but offered no additional information.
Federal railroad inspectors find alarming number of defects on Union Pacific this summer
Federal inspectors found an alarming number of defects in the locomotives and railcars Union Pacific was using at the world's largest railyard in western Nebraska this summer, and the railroad was reluctant to fix the problems.
Multistate search for murder suspect ends with hostage situation and fatal standoff at gas station
A man suspected of a killing in Ohio and multiple carjackings in Kentucky is dead after a standoff with West Virginia police outside a gas station where he held three hostages.