In the 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting, Paula Reed continued teaching at the school.
The ruling is a major stall for a case that dragged on for more than seven years.
Law enforcement officials say an 18-year-old who is "infatuated" with the Columbine mass shooting traveled to Colorado Monday.
The agency said it needs the additional housing because of an overwhelming number of people crossing the border.
According to several reports, the district attorney for St. Landry Parish filed the new charges Monday.
The agreement provided a written framework for a forced Cherokee removal.
The updated training requires new pilots get a full run-through of the plane's controversial automation system.
Americans who had property confiscated by Cuba after the 1959 revolution may soon be allowed to sue.
The resolution passed the House and Senate, but it may not have enough support for Congress to override the president's veto.
The tech companies announced Tuesday that they're dismissing all litigation between them over patents and licensing.
Rockland County, New York, has issued new orders that force anyone with measles to stay home for up to 21 days in order to curb the virus' spread.
According to news outlet Task & Purpose, an internal DHS memo proposes classifying fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction.
United announced it plans to cancel flights through early July.
Bill Weld is the first candidate to challenge President Trump for the GOP's presidential nomination.
Loughlin and her husband are accused of paying $500,000 to get their daughters into the University of Southern California.