Meet William H. Alsup, the judge who codes — and decides tech's biggest cases.
Nondisclosure agreements and other contracts ensure that some employees stay quiet about harassment.
A ProPublica review adds fuel to a longstanding worry about the nation’s highest court: The justices can botch the truth, sometimes in cases of great import.
In "The End of Policing," Alex S. Vitale argues that police reforms implemented in the wake of Brown's death — from diversity initiatives to community policing to body cameras — fail to acknowledge that policing as an institution reinforces race and class inequalities by design.
It’s taken years for Harvey Weinstein’s victims to come forward with their stories of sexual assault. But that shouldn't come as a shock.
The DEA's ability to go after drug distributors was weakened even as opioid-related deaths continue to rise.
In 1964, Lyndon B. Johnson needed an excuse to start a war. Two alleged engagements on August 2 and 4 finally gave him the chance.
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It appears the United Arab Emirates plans to enforce the rule of law from sixteen feet off the ground.
The way he did business in Rancho Palos Verdes was to fight. He sued the local public school district and the city government and publicly insulted an opposing lawyer.
How an inmate hacker hid computers in the ceiling and turned his prison upside down
Papers that the Pentagon and CIA were forced to declassify as part of a lawsuit brought by victims reveal the fullest picture ever of the secret "enhanced interrogation" regime and the men who designed it.
The president said he called the Senate minority leader to ask whether Democrats would work with him on health care — and Trump indicated that he wasn't entirely rebuffed.
Jason and Jodi Chapnik, who live in a multi-million dollar home on Strathearn Road filed a lawsuit against their neighbors for remodeling a nearby property on Vesta Drive to look "strikingly similar" to their house.
In Alabama, anyone who has lost the right to vote cannot regain it until they pay off any outstanding court fines, legal fees and victim restitution.
The Equifax breach shows the dystopian gap between wealth and competence in America.
Justices heard oral arguments on Tuesday.
Guardians can sell the assets and control the lives of senior citizens without their consent — and reap a profit from it.
Emergency responders and doctors are reduced to sharing anecdotes when they should be compiling evidence.
New York state in October 2016 passed some of the toughest restrictions on short-term rentals in the country.
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