John Feroli, 63, was convicted of murder in 1986. On Tuesday, he faced charges anew after a judge ruled in February he was denied his right to a public trial.
Democrats’ retreat on shutdown puts Dreamers’ fate back in the hands of Republicans
By Astead W. Herndon and Liz Goodwin
The government shutdown may have ended, but Congress and the White House have only 16 days to work out a complex immigration bill.
James Comey, Jeff Sessions were questioned for hours in Russia inquiry
By Carol D. Leonnig, Sari Horwitz and Josh Dawsey
Mueller’s interest indicates he is aggressively scrutinizing possible efforts by the president or others to hamper the special counsel’s probe.
2 dead, 17 injured in Kentucky high school shooting
By Kristen M. Hall and Dylan Lovan
One student said the accused shooter, a 15-year-old, “was determined” and “knew what he was doing.”
By Mark Thiessen and Becky Bohrer