A federal appeals court recently found that Garner inmates and staff do have sufficient legal standing to continue their lawsuit against the state.
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Environmental activists say the construction of enhanced barriers on parts of the U.S.-Mexico barrier could pose a grave risk to already-endangered species.
A New York appellate judge found that even though Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, is bound by a confidentiality agreement, publisher Simon & Schuster is not.
Consumers would have to read through their prepaid stimulus debit card’s entire card-holder agreement to find the forfeiture.
ReGina Thurman was showing the obvious signs of an impending heart attack, but corrections officers gave her antacids instead of prompt medical treatment.
Some debt collection companies have continued filing lawsuits against debtors through April and May.
The lawsuit claims that energy companies knew about man-made climate change since the 1950s, yet intentionally misled the public about its reality.
The ACLU says Portland police knowingly used tear gas and pepper spray on journalists and legal observers.
President Trump keeps using “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at campaign rallies–and The Rolling Stones don’t want him anywhere near their music.
The attorney says that Seattle and Washington state essentially let armed militia and political groups take over the city’s CHOP Zone.