Law

U.S.

A shooting in a downtown Chicago subway station on Friday drew scrutiny after a video appearing to show police officers firing at the suspect as he fled circulated on social media.

Politics

A federal appeals court ruled the Trump administration must halt a policy of returning migrants along the southern U.S. border to Mexico while their requests for asylum in the U.S. are considered.

Politics

The House Judiciary Committee said it wants to talk to more than a dozen federal prosecutors, including those involved in the sentencing of informal Trump advisor Roger Stone, as part of a broader examination into whether the White House is interfering in the Justice Department’s traditionally independent affairs.

Opinion

Elizabeth Little’s satirical novel brings together a socially inept film editor, a domineering director—and an unsolved murder on an island off the Delaware coast.