Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens joined the court in 1975 and retired in 2010 as the third-longest serving justice in the Supreme Court’s history. He replaced William O. Douglas, who was the longest-serving justice.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced Wednesday a final rule that permanently bans drivers convicted of human trafficking from operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) for which a commercial driver’s license or a commercial learner’s
The agency responsible for determining accreditation for colleges and universities across the south is reaching out to the University of South Carolina, amid concerns of political influence in the school’s search for its next president.
Guzman, 62, was convicted in February on multiple conspiracy counts in an epic drug-trafficking case. The guilty verdict at an 11-week trial triggered what the government says is a well-justified mandatory sentence of life without parole .
A 33-year-old woman passed away yesterday while skydiving in Chester County. Deputy Emergency Responder Ed Darby told WIS that Aime Begg was completing her fifth jump of the day at Skydive Carolina when she sustained fatal injuries during the landing.
Garner’s family and friends expressed disappointment with the Department of Justice after federal prosecutors decided Tuesday they wouldn’t bring criminal charges against New York Police Department Officer Daniel Pantaleo.
Nearly six months after two men were found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in their Allen Benedict Court apartments, the Columbia Police Department said it is “very close” to completing its investigation into what happened.