As the trial of Garcia Zarate for the killing of Kate Steinle enters its final days, the issue is whether the jury thinks Zarate fired the weapon intentionally at people on the pier, or whether it went off accidentally.

In the worst terrorist attack in New York since 9/11, a native of Uzbekistan allegedly drove a truck down a pedestrian and bike path, killing eight people.

Californians received a gas tax hike today thanks to the state's Democratic leadership. 

The indictment of Paul Manafort not only fails to show any collusion between Trump and Russia (in fact, it does not even purport to do so), but the indictment itself may fall apart under legal scrutiny. If — and this is not a stretch — Manafort challenges the evidence against him as “fruit of the poisonous tree,” there may not be enough evidence left to support the indictment.

Members of the media covering the settlement of a nurse who was roughly treated by police after she refused to allow them to draw blood from an unconscious patient failed to note the key element: Nurse Wubbels was protecting her patient's right to privacy as guaranteed in the Bill of Rights.

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