A California man is being held in jail after he brought kitchen knives to his child's sporting event and chased his estranged wife.
While no official date has been set by SCOTUS to hear the case, the expectation is that it will take place in the fall.
"Norming by race is not the stance that the NFL ought to take," a medical ethicist said in regards to a controversial practice the NFL uses to determine who is entitled to compensation for brain injuries.
A proposed Texas "heartbeat bill" approved by state lawmakers Thursday and expected to be signed into law by Republican Governor Greg Abbott would allow private citizens to sue doctors and others who help women get abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.
Splattered pig's blood accompanied by a decapitated pig head were left on the former home of a man who testified as part of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin's defense during his trial for the killing of George Floyd.
Long, 22, is accused of shooting and killing eight people, including six Asian women, at massage spas in the Atlanta area on March 16.
U.S. citizen Jason Matthew Balzer admitted to killing his wife in Thailand and burying her in the nearby woods.
"From a compassion standpoint, it made no sense to put them on the same level as cold-blooded killers...even the prosecutor acknowledged there was no premeditation here," attorney Craig Peters said.
The new omnibus law targets drop boxes, voter identification, mail ballot applications and third-party ballot collection at nursing homes.
A bitter legal battle is raging between wedding dress designer Hayley Paige Gutman and bridal brand JLM Couture.
A judge has ruled Michael Jackson was worth $4.15M at his death and his heirs have been released from a $700 million IRS tax bill.
An Italian prosecutor is seeking Italy's maximum sentence for life in prison as a result for two Americans charged with killing an Italian police officer in Rome.
South Korean comedian Park Na-rae allegedly placed the doll's arm between its legs to resemble a penis during a segment for her YouTube series "Hey Narae."
A Maryland judge issued a 252-page decision Thursday that tenants at a Baltimore-area apartment properties co-owned by Jared Kushner were misled by Westminster Management and the company JK2 about the conditions of the apartments and were often unable to see them until they moved in.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has sued his state's Legislature on the basis of its "usurping" his powers as governor.
Voting rights must be prioritized near-term over any attempt to try to push through an expansion of the Supreme Court, and Democrats should not get caught up in diverting their energies toward the Court issue.
Abrams was challenged by Kennedy to list specific provisions that she did not agree with—and she did.
A Pennsylvania woman accused a white Panda Express manager of calling the police on her, after she complained about her food order being wrong.
Rachel Moran, a University of St. Thomas law professor, said Wednesday that the charges against former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter are serious, but still a compromise.
Former Officer Potter has been taken to jail where she will await her first court appearance in the shooting of Daunte Wright.
The 59-year-old, who is awaiting trial on trafficking offenses, "is now fully vaccinated," according to a U.S. attorney.
The passive power of whiteness still looms large.
As the nation watches the ongoing broadcasted trial of Derek Chauvin, America yet again reaffirms its fascination with televised court cases.
Following Georgia passing its controversial voter law, some local activists have floated the possibility of boycotting major companies in the Peach State for not criticizing the politicians.
The legislation is the first of its kind in Georgia, which until then was one of only four states still lacking such statutes despite more than a decade of advocacy.
Open-air cremation has all but disappeared from the modern-day United States.