A tank platoon was sent home from Lithuania after members were suspected of sexual assault, and racist and anti-Semitic behavior, in the latest embarrassment for Germany’s armed forces.
The eight contenders jousted over their policies on public safety, homelessness, education and climate change with less than a week left in the campaign.
Three of the officers in Savannah, Ga., mocked the death of William Harvey in a group text message exchange, in which an inappropriate GIF was shared, officials said.
Democrats denounced the Trump administration’s seizure of lawmakers’ data as an abuse of power and called on Republicans to back the congressional inquiry.
The leader in the N.Y.C. mayoral race decided to join in the debate he had earlier said he would skip. His supporters said they were standing firm.
The Ivy League school said it was dismissing allegations that students had looked up online course materials during remote exams.
Attorney General Ken Paxton is accused of filing a frivolous lawsuit when he challenged President Biden’s victory.
The officers face criminal prosecution for responses to demonstrations last year that Mayor Andrew Ginther said “did not meet my expectations or the community’s.”
Matt Schembechler said his account of abuse when he was a child in 1969 was ignored by his father, Bo, who was the new head football coach at Michigan.
Ms. Morales is running for New York City mayor on a platform of tackling inequality and shifting resources away from policing. But her campaign has been marred by defections and dysfunction.
She had been a successful operative and station chief when staffers made dubious allegations that forced her from the field. She sued the C.I.A. — and won.
Did the former Attorney General William P. Barr use his mighty powers to protect his boss?
Michael Dobbs’s “King Richard” tells the story of the first few months after Nixon’s second inaugural, when his eventual downfall was becoming clear.
But the Justice Department is not commenting on whether a seemingly off-the-cuff remark by President Biden is now a policy directive.
Could an investigation into financial misconduct be the undoing of America’s most powerful gun rights group?
Grand jury minutes in the investigation into Daniel Prude’s death reveal the many ways the criminal justice system struggles when prosecuting the police.
One former officer with the Loveland Police Department was charged with assault and another was charged with not reporting a case of excessive force or intervening while it happened, prosecutors said.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo was already under fire after members of his family received expedited testing in the pandemic’s early weeks.
Two men who spent 15 years behind bars in the 1999 murder of a Texas pastor were later released and declared “actually innocent.”
Mr. Adams, the Brooklyn borough president, has called money the “enemy of politics.” But his fund-raising has repeatedly pushed the boundaries of campaign-finance and ethics laws.
Four women who have accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct have been formally asked to testify under oath.
The former prime minister’s frenetic work for a failing finance company cast a harsh glare on both his character and ethics in British public life.
A law firm hired by the university released a report about sexual abuse by Robert E. Anderson, who was a longtime doctor in the athletic department.
The governor has begun to publicly undermine the state attorney general, Letitia James, who is overseeing investigations into Mr. Cuomo’s conduct.
The university accused 17 students of cheating on remote exams, raising questions about data mining and sowing mistrust on campus.
Aaron von Ehlinger, a Republican state representative from Lewiston, has denied sexually assaulting a 19-year-old woman after the two had dinner in March.
After months of holding virtual news conferences, Gov. Andrew Cuomo took reporters’ questions in Syracuse, N.Y., and rejected accusations of harassment.
Captain Rebecca Hillman was charged with criminally negligent homicide in the death of a prisoner, an incident that led to criticism of New York City’s jail system.
After the Trump presidency, democracy activists and many Democrats seized a moment to rebuild constitutional guardrails, but the effort could die in the face of a larger fight over voting rights.
The investigation was a sign that President Biden intends to wield federal law enforcement as a tool to combat police abuses.
Natalie T. Chase, a District Court judge in Arapahoe County, agreed to step down after the Colorado Supreme Court censured her for insensitive remarks to Black judicial employees.
The New York State attorney general was formally authorized to examine whether Gov. Andrew Cuomo acted improperly while writing his book about the pandemic.
The Ethical Society of Police isn’t afraid to speak out against police misconduct.
The sex scandals of the present look a lot like the sex scandals of the past.
Joel Greenberg, a onetime local official in Florida, is accused of an array of crimes, including bribery, stalking and corruption.
The congressman defended himself in his first major public appearance since a Justice Department inquiry came to light last week.
The scope of the inquiry into the Florida congressman appeared to be exceedingly broad and overlap with an ongoing Justice Department investigation.
Trouble for the Florida fanboy.
A reminder from a January phone call that the reform bill by congressional Democrats may not have the proper protections.
Mr. LaHood did not disclose the check on two government ethics forms, federal prosecutors said.
The psychiatrist, Bandy X. Lee, said she was let go after the lawyer Alan M. Dershowitz complained to the university. Yale said she violated ethics rules against diagnosing public figures, her lawsuit claims.
Some real estate agents seem eager to post their political views on social media. But, especially in the last year, some of those messages veered toward hate speech, leading the industry to sharpen its ethics rules.
Top health officials tested Chris Cuomo, the governor’s brother, when testing was not widely available, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
The league is expected to approve a measure that will allow Daniel Snyder to buy total control of the team.
Ethicists are worried about the gamble Germany took to halt AstraZeneca doses over seven cases of blood clots. It will not be the last time hard decisions are made in this pandemic.
The medical residents, who are employed by Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Mich., asked people on Instagram to guess how much a surgically removed organ weighed.
A federal judge warned a jury not to talk to anyone about the case. One juror had an online comedy show.
The man, who the authorities said sustained several bite injuries, can be heard in dash camera footage pleading with Trooper Parker Surbrook to pull the dog off him.
The university’s acknowledgment came after two reports in two days showed how L.S.U. mishandled complaints of harassment and assault.
A former New Orleans officer drove a 14-year-old girl to a hospital for a rape evaluation in May. For months afterward, he groomed her and eventually raped her, the girl’s mother claims in a lawsuit.