Arbitration agreements prevent lawsuits — but exacerbate the cultural problems endemic to startups.
For generations, poor, black residents of Canton, Mississippi have lived under siege from a heavy-handed sheriff's department.
Comcast "systematically destroyed" an ISP with 229 customers, lawsuit claims.
The incineration of the 24-story London high rise, the deadliest fire in Britain in more than a century, was rooted in a regulatory breakdown.
The doctor's office is a risky place for us 20-somethings with slim savings.
The powers that be are withholding information that will help us get better internet access. This cannot stand.
The 1992 prosecution of Fran and Dan Keller came amid the mass hysteria known as the Satanic Panic. The couple was formally exonerated Tuesday in Austin.
The challengers in a Wisconsin case that could impose limits on a practice that has helped define American politics say partisanship in redrawn districts can be measured.
The ruling could benefit the NFL's Washington Redskins, whose trademark was canceled based on the same law in a separate proceeding.
How Alex Jones's custody trial turned into a case about his credibility.
The crux of this case was credibility. And we're awash in templates that hold women to absurd standards of behavior — and dismiss them as dishonest when they fail.
Is stand-up paddleboarding more like canoeing or more like surfing? This question, at least, is headed to mediation with the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
In 2012, 18-year-old Ramarley Graham became yet another black man killed by police. An unusually revealing look at what happened next.
It may be hard to believe since we tend to not like thinking about this sort of stuff at all, but thousands of kids under the age of 17 are married in the US every year. Yeah. Allow Sam Bee to explain this messed up garbage further.
Trump was critical Tuesday about a "mean" plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which a group of senators have been privately working on.
It is the closest investigators have come to directly blaming officials for the deaths and illnesses that occurred when a water contamination crisis enveloped this city.
Ronald Elston spent more than 30 years in prison, with no preparation for what he would do if he got out.
Even as the president promises a crime crackdown, a deep data dive finds jail populations are soaring fastest in areas that backed him heavily.
Roy Lichtenstein's 1962 work "Masterpiece" became one of the 15 most expensive pieces of art known to have been sold after collector Agnes Gund sold it to billionaire hedge fund manager and art collector Steve Cohen.
"I wanted to turn around and tell him to stop touching me," one student said. "I wanted it to be over and I just wanted to call my dad because I knew something wasn't right."
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