Immigration Judge Reportedly Once Threatened 2-Year-Old Migrant Boy With Attack Dog: “Do You Want Him to Bite You?”
The Trump administration recently promoted him anyway.
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Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million Over Opioid Crisis in Oklahoma
Johnson & Johnson was the first drugmaker to head to trial over the opioid epidemic.
A Judge Just Saved Missouri's Last Abortion Clinic — for Now
Missouri was hours away from becoming the first state in decades without a functioning facility.
We're Going to Get to Read the Secret Case Against Jussie Smollett Soon
“These are not the actions of a person seeking to maintain his privacy or simply be let alone,” a judge said in the decision to unseal Smollett's case.
Henry Sias Could be the First Trans Man to Serve as a U.S. Judge
If he wins Tuesday's primary, the Philadelphia lawyer will be seated for ten years.
Flynn Gave Mueller a Juicy Voicemail. And It’ll Be Released in 2 Weeks.
The voicemail is from someone attempting to dissuade Flynn from cooperating with the Russia investigation.
That Coast Guard Officer Accused of Plotting a "Race War" Won't Get out of Jail After All
A judge had previously agreed to his conditional release.
That New York county can’t ban unvaccinated kids from public places, judge rules
A judge in Rockland County, New York, sided with dozens of parents who sued to overturn a ban that kept their unvaccinated kids from public places during a measles outbreak.
R. Kelly pleads not guilty to all 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse
He spent the weekend in jail because he couldn't make bond.
Trump administration can't ask if someone is a citizen on the 2020 Census, federal judge rules
Secretary Ross "violated the public trust," the judge wrote in his ruling.
A judge ruled Obamacare is unconstitutional. Here's what that means for you.
The nation’s health program, also known as Obamacare, isn’t going away anytime soon.
Why the Baylor ex-frat president accused of rape won’t serve any time in jail
He’ll just need counseling while on probation — and to pay a $400 fine.