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Thousands of well-behaved prisoners would win freedom earlier under the bill. [Read More]
More than 2,600 rescues reported across North Carolina as the rain continued to fall and swollen rivers continued to rise. [Read More]
Residents across the Carolinas braced for rising floodwaters on Monday as Florence, formerly a hurricane and now a tropical depression, continued to dump rain. [Read More]
In Wilmington, where Florence's initial impact knocked out power and left trees strewn across homes and streets, rising floodwaters are now the safety concern. [Read More]
In the agricultural town of Burgaw, about 26 miles north of Wilmington, the swollen Northeast Cape Fear River poured into streets and crept into homes. [Read More]
The National Weather Service said Florence was "slowly weakening," though it still threatened "catastrophic flooding" over the Carolinas. [Read More]
Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, N.C., on Friday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center. According to the latest update at 7:35... [Read More]
As Hurricane Florence approached Wilmington, North Carolina, on Thursday, remaining residents prepared for potential disaster. [Read More]
Forecasters say the Category 2 storm is as dangerous as ever: "Do not pay attention to the category. That's not the important thing," said NBC... [Read More]
"This is going to be a Mike Tyson punch to the Carolina coast," a FEMA official said Wednesday. [Read More]
Fifteen Mississippi inmates between the ages of 24 and 75 died while in state custody in August, renewing concerns about the state's treatment of its... [Read More]
Criminal justice reform advocates are scrambling to get Congress to pass a bill to help federal inmates prepare for release and earn their freedom earlier. [Read More]
The National Rifle Association said in a court filing that New York's campaign to get banks and insurance companies to cut ties will make it... [Read More]
A Colorado case demonstrates the conflict between the right of civilians to arm themselves and the authority of police to use deadly force. [Read More]
"It's not too late for someone to take a stand and keep this from happening," said the CEO of a facial recognition company. [Read More]
A new kind of DNA testing, embraced by an improbable collection of genealogy researchers, helped Indiana police arrest John Miller for the 1988 murder of... [Read More]
Jordan was responding to a report by NBC News in which three former Ohio State wrestlers said it was common knowledge that a doctor abused... [Read More]
"It was initially believed that the two patients fell ill after using possibly heroin or crack cocaine ... However, further testing is now ongoing." [Read More]
Jordan was responding to a report by NBC News in which three former Ohio State wrestlers said it was common knowledge that a doctor abused... [Read More]
Police will now have to get warrants for most cellphone location data requests, marking a shift in the future of digital rights. [Read More]
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