Democrats are fantasizing about how to undo Trump's remake of the American judiciary.
A report by the Intelligence Bureau declared the man “a security risk,” while others say it's got a lot more to do with his sexual orientation.
Uber driver avoids paying the ultimate price, gets charged $1,000 instead.
In the country's Islamic courts, intimate family issues like divorce were usually decided by male clerics and judges—until a group of 15 women decided to take matters into their own hands.
More female judges are sitting on the New Zealand Supreme Court bench than men this week for the first time ever, NZ-Israel diplomatic ties to be renewed and Jeff Sessions gets a grilling.
The SCOTUS pick reportedly voiced his concerns in a meeting with Democratic senator Richard Blumenthal.
Judge Aaron Persky was widely condemned after sentencing Stanford rapist Brock Turner to six months in jail. As Persky is removed from a forthcoming sexual assault case, we ask legal experts what happens when a judge is accused of bias.
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judges own stock in telecom companies that are handing over data to the government.
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) is packed with judges who own stock in the telecom companies handing over data to the government.