Supreme Court: Jury secrecy no bar to looking into race bias

WASHINGTON (AP) — A juror's use of racial or ethnic slurs during deliberations over a defendant's guilt can be a reason for breaching the centuries-old legal principle of secrecy in the jury room, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

  • Written by MARK SHERMAN , Associated Press

An angry weekend follows on heels of frustrations for Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump started his weekend in Florida in a fit of anger over his young administration getting sidetracked just days after his most successful moment in office. He returned to the White House late Sunday derailed — again.

 

  • Written by JONATHAN LEMIRE , Associated Press

NCIS investigating posting of nude photos of female Marines

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department is investigating reports that some Marines shared naked photographs of female Marines, veterans and other women on a secret Facebook page, some of which were taken without their knowledge.

  • Written by JESSE J. HOLLAND , Associated Press

Chances for a tax audit have rarely been this low

WASHINGTON (AP) — As millions of Americans file their income tax returns, their chances of getting audited by the IRS have rarely been so low.

 

  • Written by STEPHEN OHLEMACHER , Associated Press