A federal jury convicted Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow Friday of murder conspiracy, racketeering and other gang-related crimes after a five-year federal undercover investigation of Chinatown
A Sacramento man who traveled to Syria has been accused of planning to “take up arms with terrorist organizations” and lying to immigration officials about
A prohibition-era law that barred alcohol makers from paying retailers and bars to advertise their wares may be doomed under an appellate ruling that gives
Over objections by privacy advocates, Facebook has won appellate court approval of a $20 million class action settlement that allows the social networking company to
California voters will finally get to tell Congress how they feel about the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United ruling allowing unlimited independent campaign contributions.