The Minneapolis policemen have turned against each other in the wake of international outrage following Floyd's death.
Immigration judges specifically asked for guidance about the virus.
Democrats are fantasizing about how to undo Trump's remake of the American judiciary.
Lawyers challenged the Anti-Riot statute. And it worked.
Chicago officials said Smollett owes the city $130,106.15 incurred in overtime costs during the police investigation into the actor’s claims.
The conviction and new court filings suggest more ex-insiders are cooperating with the feds.
“His position to me was, “I just want to plead guilty,” Jaskirat Singh Sidhu's lawyer said.
It’s the second time Ryan Hartman has been found guilty of sexual assault by an Ontario court.
From freedom of information requests to substantial challenges to policies, conservation groups are using legal muscle in a big way.
The Toronto case of Moka Dawkins is shedding new light on the dangerous reality faced by transgender women in the sex trade.
The hearings begin Tuesday, Sept. 4.
A woman sued after she nearly died at a golf course when a swarm of yellow jackets attacked her.