Washington Post files motion to dismiss Covington student's lawsuit

Lawyers for The Washington Post filed a motion in federal court April 9 seeking the dismissal of the $250 million defamation lawsuit filed against the newspaper by Nick Sandmann.

Supreme Court's recent actions reveal its death penalty divide

In two recent actions, the U.S. Supreme Court revealed its death penalty decisions are hardly cut and dried.

Update: Georgetown University troubled by coach's involvement in college scam

Officials at Georgetown University were "deeply troubled" to learn that the school's former tennis coach, Gordon Ernst, is alleged to be part of a widespread college admissions scandal.

Catholic officials want apology for 'disgraceful' Saturday Night Live skit

The initial groans from the audience during a "Saturday Night Live" skit when comedian Pete Davidson likened people who "support the Catholic Church" to R. Kelly fans were just a taste of the reaction this skit would receive from some Catholic officials.