In a world where the free press is under attack from politicians, the public, and billionaire Silicon Valley vampires, one of the few companies with the resources to mount a legal defense of journalism instead chose to pay its assailants to shut up and go away.
Poor defendants are getting caught in the modern-day equivalent of debtor’s prison.
After Andrew Yoon drowned, his mother and best friend fought for control of the board game he created.
In April, former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was found not guilty in a high-stakes double-murder trial, thanks to the efforts of his scrappy Miami attorney, Jose Baez — who some call the Johnnie Cochran of the twenty-first century.
The Food and Drug Administration advised consumers and healthcare providers Friday to avoid all liquid products made by PharmaTech LLC of Davie, Florida, after finding dangerous Burkholderia cepacia bacteria in the water system used to manufacture its products.
Since becoming FCC chairman in January, Ajit Pai has undertaken a deregulatory blitz, enacting or proposing a wish list of fundamental policy changes advocated by Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Even though sex work has been legal in the Netherlands for over seventeen years, local government is still struggling to make the practice safe and socially acceptable.
The headmaster of Brentwood Academy denied many of the allegations detailed in a lawsuit.
The mixed blessing of an internet posse.
According to the Justice Department and legal analysts, it's simply not possible for the government to file charges of domestic terrorism, because no such criminal law exists.
Legislators in at least six states have introduced bills intended to quell civil rights movements.
Hardware developer Gamevice filed a lawsuit against Nintendo earlier this week, claiming that the design of the Nintendo Switch is too similar to its own products, and that it infringes on a patent that it holds.
A mother and her young son said they were terrorized by Trump security in 1995, after a family member announced plans to reveal "financial improprieties."
You can expect more lawsuits against opioid companies in 2017.
On Monday, a Denver jury ruled in favor of pop music superstar Taylor Swift in a court case concerning a sexual assault incident between her and a former local radio DJ, David Mueller aka "Jackson."
Alex Nguyen filed the only formal net neutrality complaint, and he’s still waiting for an answer
A public broadcaster in Buffalo demands that Burton be judicially stopped from uttering the show's catchphrase on the actor's new podcast.
Departments have had to take back hundreds of officers over the past decade after appeals required by union contracts.
In 1972, The Supreme Court ruled that the First Amendment does not exempt a journalist witnessing a crime from being subpoenaed.
Can the company that holds the rights to the "Star Wars" soundtrack file a monetization claim on a "Star Wars" video where the whole point is that the soundtrack has been removed and replaced with awkward noises?
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