A group of educators in the Philadelphia school system is holding a Black Lives Matter week of action.
A male ROTC instructor in a Philadelphia suburb allegedly had sex with a female student multiple times.
“What we discovered is we do not have a system that we can trust,” the 66-year-old former Green Party presidential candidate said Wednesday.
The women were punished for minor, nonviolent infractions at a jail in Pittsburgh.
The Detroit News reported Tuesday optical scanners in 37 percent of Detroit precincts registered more ballots cast than the number of voters recorded in poll books.
The results never appeared likely to change and two of the three targeted state refused to recount.
Nearly 3,400 people died from drug-related overdoses in Pennsylvania in 2015.
U.S. District Judge Paul Diamond in Philadelphia scheduled a Friday hearing to decide whether to give the Green Party-led vote recount effort in Pennsylvania the green signal.
Fattah served as the United States Representative for Pennsylvania’s 2nd congressional district from 1995 to 2016 and was also on the House Appropriations Committee.
Separate overdoses within a few blocks of each other left six people dead Sunday night, and police blame a "bad batch" of the drug.
Jill Stein's vote recount campaign will move the case to a federal court as it was dropped at the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania following the demand of a $1 million bond.
The handwritten and photocopied letters praise President-elect Donald Trump who, according to the writer, will “cleanse America.”
Donald Trump held off Hillary Clinton by 10,704 votes in a key battleground state.
“No one expects there to be profound change but there’s nothing wrong with going through the process,” the former Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont senator said Sunday.
The president-elect said he actually won the popular vote "if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally."
Though so-called faithless electors are a rarity, Republican members of the Electoral College are being encouraged to break with tradition and vote for someone else.