The suspect in the deadly shooting has since barricaded themselves inside the bus, which was driving down the popular strip during the shooting.
It’s an obscure case that hasn’t received a ton of attention as it has made its way to the Supreme Court but the final verdict could set off a cascade of consequences in the world of consumer products.
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier is guilty of endangering the welfare of children but not guilty of another count of endangerment and a conspiracy charge, a jury has decided.
A GIF can theoretically be a "deadly weapon" in an assault according to a Texas grand jury, and that's just the latest example of a legal phenomenon that will probably never go away.
It's possible, but chances are you don't qualify.
Senate Republicans voted Thursday to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would have required ISPs to get consumers' explicit consent before selling or sharing Web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies.
Stefano Magaddino once ruled Buffalo, New York with an iron fist. What stopped another mobster from succeeding him after his death?
On Monday, a suspect faced federal charges in a Dallas County court for allegedly sending a strobing GIF that triggered a seizure in Kurt Eichenwald, a Newsweek writer with epilepsy, late last year.
How President Trump might turn an all-seeing spy apparatus on innocent American citizens.
Comey's visit lasted five hours and twenty minutes, with just a single bathroom break, and it may very well have far-reaching implications.
On the case of the Maine milk-truck drivers who, for want of a comma, won an appeal against their employer, Oakhurst Dairy.
With battering rams and flash-bang grenades, SWAT teams fuel the risk of violence as they forcibly enter suspects’ homes. Five months and 85 miles apart, two cases took starkly divergent legal paths.
Progressive porn is taking off and it’s proudly freaky, ethical and queer. But new legislation threatens to whitewash the industry just as things get hot.
A few good questions could rescue the Supreme Court hearings from the charade they've become.
Doing jail time or even being accused of a crime is only the beginning of an invisible cage that will follow you for the rest of your life.
The sportswear giant aggressively defends its logo. Now someone is pushing back.
The US Justice Department announced Wednesday that it was pressing charges against two Russian Spies and two hackers for the cyberattack that exposed the user data of 500 million Yahoo user accounts in 2014. Here's what you need know.
A Maine court ruling in a case about overtime pay and dairy delivery didn’t come down to trucks, milk, or money. Instead, it hinged on one missing comma.
The New York Attorney General’s Office is investigating whether Exxon made “significant misrepresentations” about the risks posed by climate change to its shareholders.
Former Gov. Pat McCrory is currently doing consulting and advisory board work.
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