Harry Dunn, 19, was killed when a car suspected to have been driven by Anne Sacoolas collided with his motorbike in the U.K. in August. She then returned to the U.S. claiming diplomatic immunity.
Austin lawyer Jamie Balagia, known as "DWI Dude" thanks to his history of defending people charged with drunken driving, was convicted on federal corruption charges for his plan to scam Colombian drug traffickers out of money.
Harvey Updyke, 71, is set to go on trial for failing to give full restitution to Alabama's Auburn University after confessing to poisoning the campus' iconic oak trees.
Under the Juvenile Justice Reform law, two Tennessee boys who admitted to raping a 15-year-old girl and filming the crime will spend six months in probation.
The Seattle, Washington Office of Professional Accountability (OPA) has cleared a Seattle Police Officer of wrongdoing in the killing of Iosia Faletogo in North Seattle, according to The Stranger.
Christopher W. Cleary is serving jail time for threatening a mass shooting in Utah. Appearing before a parole board, he said that loneliness spurred him to make the threats.
Civil courts are being used to strip people of their meager assets and keep them beholden to those with power and means. This has to change.
Forty-three states suspend or revoke driver's licenses for failure to pay court-imposed debt, which only further inhibits poor Americans' ability to come up with the cash.
"Last October, Jake Patterson took a lot of things that I love away from me."
"My primary interest is to pursue justice," Harris said. "And you can call that whatever name you want."
The minister is seen spraying herself with the perfume, saying: "Smells like democracy to me."
"You have a judge like T.S. Ellis, who looks at a defendant like Paul Manafort, sees someone rich, powerful, nearly 70 years old, and looks at a version himself," a former Justice Department official told MSNBC.
"I was confident in May of 2017 that we had ample facts to indicate that the president may have committed obstruction of justice," the former acting FBI director told MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
"What's the matter, don't you want justice for him anymore?" Trump Jr. tweeted.
The NBA's all-time scoring leader reflects on the remarkable career of LeBron James, on and off the court.
"In 2018 we took the House of Representatives and through 2020 we're going to take the White House and the Senate too," Ocasio-Cortez said.
Sheikha Latifa, daughter of Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, was seen in new photos after being allegedly captured an attempt to flee the UAE in February.
"He admitted obstruction of justice to Lester Holt. He admitted obstruction to the Russian foreign minister."
"Nice to know that some people still have 'guts!'" Trump tweeted in response to Roger Stone's recent comments that he would not testify against the president.
"Perhaps we didn't do too good a job teaching the importance of preserving democracy by an enlightened civic discourse," Kennedy said.
Donald Trump had previously considered removing the deputy attorney general, according to reports.
The lawyer has been trying to negotiate the special counsel's request to interrogate the president but has rejected certain topics and refused follow-up questions.
State Department lawyer Jennifer Newstead argued that the Hague's International Court of Justice could not compromise U.S. national security.
Americans know the Supreme Court affects their daily life, but that doesn't mean they can name a justice.
A conservative University of Chicago Law School professor deleted his Twitter for a second time after commenting that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was only appointed due to her "Latinaness."
Donald Trump said his pick for the Supreme Court could ultimately see the Roe v. Wade ruling on abortion rights decided on a state-by-state basis.