Our Affinity For Fairness Is Not Unique To Humans

Inequality is nothing new — and neither is the resulting outrage.

Slain Sacramento officer had been on force just 6…

Authorities say a rookie Sacramento police offer was fatally shot during a domestic violence call and laid wounded for about 45 minutes as the gunman kept officers at bay with volleys of bullets

Dream Jobs: Food Stylist

Food stylist Lisa Cherkasky shows Newsy's Chance Seales around her dream job.

Group sues for records on US election hacking vulnerability

A voting security advocacy group is trying to force a leader of a state election officials association to release documents on whether she wrongly asserted that U.S. election systems are safe from hacking

Airline Experts Say More Needs To Be Done Before…

Airline industry leaders testified before a House committee Wednesday to address concerns over Boeing's fixes to the 737 MAX.

Witness at Navy SEAL trial admits killing teenage…

A Navy SEAL called by prosecutors to testify at the murder trial of a colleague has acknowledged killing a wounded prisoner in Iraq in what he described as an act of mercy

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New York Senate Passes 'Aggressive' Climate And…

Gov. Andrew Cuomo supports the bill and says it includes "the most aggressive mandate in the country."

Georgia preparing to execute man for 1996 killing

A man convicted in the killing of a man more than two decades ago is scheduled to be executed Thursday in Georgia

Congressional Panel Considers Legislation Over…

H.R. 40 would call for a commission to be created to study the impact of slavery and recommend reparation proposals.

Nebraska State Patrol says trooper killed in Panhandle crash

The Nebraska State Patrol says a trooper has been killed in a crash in western Nebraska

PG&E Agrees To Pay $1 Billion To Local Entities…

Attorneys for a group of local public entities announced the proposed settlement Tuesday.

FBI got tip about Dallas courthouse shooter in…

A federal law enforcement official says the FBI received a call about Brian Isaack Clyde three years before he opened fire on a courthouse in downtown Dallas

Newsy Investigation Finds Wildfire Emergency…

A Newsy analysis found almost 1 in 3 counties at heightened wildfire risk are unable or unwilling to use FEMA's emergency alert system.

72 officers off streets amid probe into social…

Police Commissioner Richard Ross says 72 Philadelphia police officers have been placed on administrative duty amid an initial investigation into a national group's accusation offensive posts by officers in several states

President Trump Says Mass Deportations To Begin…

President Trump says his administration will begin deporting undocumented immigrants from cities across the U.S.

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Archdiocese: School with gay teacher can't use Catholic name

The Archdiocese of Indianapolis says it no longer will recognize a Jesuit high school as Catholic because it refuses to fire a teacher who's in a same-sex marriage

Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan Resigns, Will…

Shanahan says he won't seek confirmation as secretary of defense after past domestic violence incidents involving his family were made public.

Married couple found guilty of sexually abusing teenage girl

A husband and wife who Pennsylvania authorities say had a sexual relationship with a teenage girl have been found guilty of child sex abuse

What We Know About The Additional US Troops Going…

Outgoing acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan has authorized approximately 1,000 additional forces to the area for "defensive purposes."

Police: 1 dead, several injured in wrong-way crash with bus

Police say a passenger vehicle traveling the wrong way on Interstate 65 in Kentucky crashed into a charter bus killing one and injuring several others

How Far Can Urban Farming Go To Solve Food…

It's hard to calculate how many U.S. urban farms exist. A variety of factors contribute to urban farming’s measurable effects.

Storms bring tornadoes, floods, power outages…

Potent thunderstorms have been blamed for one death and left more than 200,000 people without power across the southern United States _ and fierce winds are expected to wallop parts of several states as new storms form Thursday

US To Send Approximately 1,000 More Troops To…

​Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan said he's authorized the deployment "for defensive purposes."

Fiance of woman killed when Dallas crane fell…

Eric Ridenhour and his fiancee Kiersten Smith were enjoying a lazy Sunday in their apartment when a crane crashed into their downtown Dallas complex

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SCOTUS Dismisses Va. Lawmakers' Appeal In…

The Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by Virginia House of Delegates in racial gerrymandering case.

Prosecutors want 17 convictions tossed after officers fired

Florida prosecutors say they'll seek to overturn the convictions of 17 people whose cases hung on the testimony of three recently fired police officers

Attorneys Propose Plan For National Opioid…

Attorneys involved in a consolidated national lawsuit against opioid-makers are proposing a settlement setup that could benefit all U.S. cities.