A 29-year-old tattoo artist is going to court to fight a law that says only medical professionals can provide tattoos.
To the untrained eye, these appear to be legal documents, complete with the threat of arrest.
An electronics engineer says he found a flaw in traffic lights. The Oregon engineering board fined him for it.
But there's a small catch: Your F-bombs need to be part of legally-protected speech involving union activity.
No one wants murder videos on Facebook. But no one wants Facebook to censor their baby videos, either.
The creators of "This is Spinal Tap," the most influential mockumentary ever made, have been paid almost nothing. The rock gods are angry.
Documents show that the National Republican Senatorial Committee and the National Republican Congressional Committee are both offering donors meetings with legislative staff.
H-1B has become a treadmill for replacing US citizens stateside, and leaves foreign workers with lower wages, fewer protections, and no clear path to citizenship.
An interim revision to Navy regulations prohibits Navy and Marine Corps personnel from posting intimate photos “if the person making the distribution or broadcast does so without legal justification or excuse,” the regulation reads.
It's a nightmare scenario straight out of a primetime drama: a child-seeking couple visits a fertility clinic to try their luck with in-vitro fertilization, only to wind up accidentally impregnated by the wrong sperm.
Florida's anti-opioid laws were supposed to take high-level traffickers off the streets. Instead, they put low-level users in prison for most of their lives.
When Javier Duarte stepped down from office last October, the former governor of Mexico's Veracruz state vowed to fight the mounting corruption allegations that unraveled his tenure. Then, Duarte disappeared.
Under the Controlled Substances Act, industrial hemp can't contain more than 0.3 percent THC. But some crops grown recently in Kentucky had THC levels four times that limit, and that's just too dank for hemp.
Monday, a jury will be selected that will be asked to sort out whether there is a difference between the public and private Alex Jones.
An ethical dilemma from the near future.
In 2016, Captain Nathan Smith sued President Obama for issuing an order to engage in the battle against ISIS without congressional approval. Can his case clarify the debate over President Trump’s strikes in Syria?
In Uganda, criticizing the president may not just be illegal. It could also be used as proof of insanity.
Sheila Abdus-Salaam, an associate judge on New York State’s highest court and the first African-American woman to serve on that bench, was found dead on Wednesday in the Hudson River, the authorities said.
The FCC chairman's plan to eliminate net neutrality rules and replace them with voluntary commitments is not winning over lobbyists for major Internet companies.
With the Federalist Society, Leonard Leo has reared a generation of originalist élites. The selection of Neil Gorsuch is just his latest achievement.
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