In the past week or so, it's become increasingly difficult to keep up with the escalating game of cat and mouse between Daniels and Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Short periods of involuntary confinement under the Baker Act won't stop school shooters or help people like my child.
Steven Long has lived in a truck on the streets of Seattle since 2014. But last year, when his truck was parked on Poplar Street South for five months, the city impounded it.
Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla claims that the government's requirements surrounding a beach on his property are overly onerous.
How a farcical series of events in the 1880s produced an enduring and controversial legal precedent.
We're not going to say they failed because this video is entertaining as hell. But maybe just not in the way they imagined.
A new ACLU report on modern-day debt imprisonment finds that courts issue tens of thousands of arrest warrants yearly for debtors owing as little as $30.
The latest indictments suggest a pattern of behavior on the part of Trump and his associates — the kind of pattern that brought down Richard Nixon.
Wisconsin, Texas and several other red states said in a lawsuit filed today that since Congress repealed the individual mandate's tax penalty for not having coverage, that means the mandate itself — and the whole health care law — is invalid.
The state's Department of Motor Vehicles announced the change Monday, which outlines a permitting process for companies wishing to deploy driverless vehicles without anyone behind the wheel.
We cannot jail, fire or expel our way out of this crisis. We need other options.
Where public broadband options have been tried, the results have been promising. Imagine if there was even *more* pressure on ISPs.
Until last month, almost all unpaid internships were technically illegal. Now it's open season for employers who want free labor.
Soon after he found and removed a camera on his property, Ricardo Palacios received phone calls from Customs and Border Protection officials and the Texas Rangers.
Over the past five years, Mondrea Hasty has had officers come to his house multiple times to arrest him, had his mugshot taken, and been handcuffed during a routine traffic stop. The reason for all this? An outstanding vet bill of $89.89.
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he has directed his attorney general to propose changes that would ban bump fire stocks, which make it easier to fire rounds more quickly.
Scientists can now link disasters to climate change, opening the door to lawsuits against fossil fuel companies
The state of Missouri did everything it could to keep secret where it got the drugs it used to put 17 inmates to death. Now, BuzzFeed News has discovered the supplier is a pharmacy repeatedly found to engage in hazardous practices that could put patients — and convicts — at risk.
Jarrett Adams was only 17 years old when he was wrongfully sentenced to 28 years in prison.
The state locks mentally ill, pregnant and juvenile prisoners in isolation to save hospital costs.
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