Society and Culture

The ex-Trump campaign aide who pleaded guilty in Mueller's probe testified against Greg Craig, who's accused of hiding information from the Justice Department.
A search of Rodolfo Montoya's home turned up assault-style rifles, high-capacity magazines and hundreds of bullets, officials said.
His claim that Democrat-leaning Jewish Americans are 'disloyal' is outright anti-Semitic, the ADL says.
The victims, all students at either Clark Atlanta University or Spelman College, were celebrating the end of orientation and the start of the new school year.
3 more women have sued the alleged serial sexual predator's estate, detailing more allegations of rape and other forced sex acts.
Farhan Sheikh, 19, wrote on his iFunny page that he intends to “murder any doctor, patient, or visitor," according to a federal complaint.
The proposal aims to cut the nation’s prison population in half and end mandatory minimum sentencing.
The mother "had this lost look," an immigrant rights advocate told The Clarion Ledger after a visit. "She doesn't know what tomorrow will bring."
The 56-year-old became the third inmate in the state to be executed in the electric chair since November.
A&E's "Scientology and the Aftermath" is ending after three seasons, but Leah Remini isn't giving up the fight.
Twenty two people were killed this month when a gunman opened fire at a Walmart in the Texas border city.
An Orlando-based community coalition wants the memorial's organizers to "put people first" instead of "educating tourists."
Nicholas Slatten played a part in a 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians, including children.
The Catholic Church, the Boy Scouts of America, public school districts and possibly even deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein are among the likely targets.
Police say benches were flipped and the landscape damaged at the Odell S. Williams African-American Museum in Baton Rouge.
Surveillance video reviewed after the death showed the Metropolitan Correctional Center guards never made some of the checks noted in the log, a source said.
“One false match is too many," an ACLU lawyer said. The group backs a California bill banning use of the tests on police body cameras.
The warden at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan has also been temporarily reassigned.
Tennessee attempted to pass the same bill during this year’s legislative session but stopped short when lawmakers realized it would result in the state losing costly court battles.