U.S. Attorneys unsealed the indictments of three Nigerian nationals they say stole personal information and IRS W-2 forms as part of a scheme to fraudulently obtain income tax refunds.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the dismissal of the anti-proxy voting lawsuit by a federal judge was "welcome news."
California Representative Devin Nunes called the article written about his family farm a "hit piece" and a "legion of lies."
The 211-mile road would give private mining companies access, through the Northwest Alaska wilderness, to the Ambler Mining District.
A lawsuit filed last week alleges Colorado Springs police wrongfully arrested the man for criticizing and shouting curses at officers.
Stephen Parshall is already awaiting trial for terrorism offenses after allegedly planning to throw Molotov cocktails at police during BLM protests.
"I don't see that as constitutionally defensible, and I find it difficult to believe that any judge would uphold it," a First Amendment scholar said.
"We are ... providing an unprecedented picture of civilians' complaints of abuse by NYPD officers as well as the limits of the current system that is supposed to hold officers accountable," a website editor wrote.
Donna Walter and Mark Milliman filed the lawsuit in federal court claiming the governor did not have the authority to make the order.
The Trump administration offered the reward for information leading to the arrest of Maikel Moreno, a close ally of socialist President Nicolás Maduro.
Two Chinese nationals allegedly hacked computer systems around the world repeatedly starting in 2009. Their latest targets were companies developing COVID-19 vaccines, according to an indictment released earlier this month.
The Florida Education Association filed a lawsuit against Governor Ron DeSantis and other Florida officials over plans to force classrooms to reopen as COVID-19 cases continue to surge.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Marshals over alleged violent conduct towards protesters and journalists in Portland, Oregon.
Two Brunswick, Georgia, men accused in the February shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges on Friday in a Glynn County courtroom.
California is the first state to sue the Trump administration over its rule barring many international students from staying in the country.
Eight individuals are accused of creating bogus companies such as Charm Boutique and Infinite Cleaning to swindle California out of unemployment benefit money.
Depp is suing publisher News Group Newspapers over an article in British tabloid newspaper The Sun in which he was referred to as a "wife beater."
Depp is suing Newsgroup Newspapers for an article that alleged he was violent towards ex-wife Amber Heard, a claim he strongly denies.
The upcoming Netflix film about Sherlock Holmes' younger sister is under fire for making Sherlock Holmes a warmer and more empathetic character than his famously stoic self.
The Wilmington Police Department in North Carolina terminated Officer Kevin Piner and two others after an internal investigation.
A growing number of colleges and universities, including elites like Brown and Georgetown along with major public school systems, are being sued by students dissatisfied with their pandemic online learning experience who now want at least part of their tuition money back.
Thus far, District Attorney Paul Howard has not properly handled the Rayshard Brooks shooting case.
"The four murderers whose executions are scheduled today have received full and fair proceedings under our Constitution and laws," said Attorney General William Barr in a Monday statement.
Prosecutions of police officers are notoriously difficult to win. The accused officers' likely defense strategies are beginning to come into focus. "Cause of death" will be one important issue. A likely focus for the two most junior officers will be "chain of command."