US Supreme Court rejects appeal from OH man on death row

The first lawsuits against the team were filed in 1992 by Suzan Shown Harjo, with the Patent and Trademark Office canceling the trademarks for the first time in 1999. Frustrated by Congress's repeated failure to pass immigration reform, Obama in November 2014 issued a decree that would have allowed some 4 million undocumented migrants who have lived in the U.S.

Series Of 'Creepy Clown' Threats Have Professional Clowns Crying Foul

On Wednesday, several more cities said they were monitoring alleged threats made on social media. If you haven't heard about the alleged clown sightings, in which clowns were apparently attempting to lure children into the words, then you may be in the minority here.

Tories give Trudeau Liberals ultimatum over carbon tax plan

Yet Mr Trudeau has made improving Canada's climate track record a hallmark of his first year in office - and the carbon tax could help him to fulfill that expectation. This shouldn't be an overly hard task for the nation as several of their largest provinces already have carbon taxes in place. Four provinces - British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec - currently have some kind of price on carbon, representing 80 percent of Canada's population.

Abbas Shakes Netanyahu's Hand at Peres Funeral: "Good to See You!"

The rulers of Egypt and Jordan, the only Arab states to have signed peace treaties with Israel, in 1979 and 1994, were not in attendance. Obama and President Bill Clinton were among leaders from 70 countries paying their respects to Peres, who died Tuesday while hospitalized for a major stroke.

Keith Lamont Scott's wife filed restraining orders against him

Keith Lamont Scott's wife filed restraining orders against him

In the days following, protests took place in the Queen City, with two nights turning into riots. "The police just shot my daddy four times for being black.!" About two minutes worth of video has been released, including the shooting itself.

Ex-Portuguese PM set to be new United Nations chief

Ban said he considers Guterres to be a "superb choice" to lead the UN, having worked closely together during his "long and outstanding service" as UN High Commissioner for Refugees. Media reports also say China is eyeing the top United Nations peacekeeping post, leveraging the country's growing contributions to the operations in recent years.