"Anyone should be allowed to talk about the traffic signals without being penalized," says Mats Järlström. He's suing the board.
FORMERLY IMPRISONED JOURNALIST BARRETT BROWN TAKEN BACK INTO CUSTODY BEFORE PBS INTERVIEW
A federal judge in Las Vegas declared a mistrial April 24 in the case of four men accused of taking up arms against federal agents during the Bundy Ranch standoff in 2014, The Associated Press reports.
Volkswagen Group's newest American compliance subsidiary – Electrify America LLC, created to fulfill the redress after the Dieselgate scandal, has detailed the start of its investments.
The conservative watchdog group filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the State Department and USAID after both failed to respond to a Feb. 16 FOIA request seeking records related to grants or payment authorizations, records of co
Outrage spread across the nation in February, after a mother in Buffalo, New York was stripped of her parental rights over her decision to homeschool her children.
In a win for government-transparency advocates, the FBI has agreed to turn over records it created when it spied on two anti-war journalists and pay $299,000 to settle their attorneys' fees.
There is a stretch of highway through the Ozark Mountains where being data-driven is a hazard.