Appeals Court judges say the state law requiring hands-free devices only applies to conversations, not on-screen directions
And back to the Supreme Court
U.S. acceptance of same-sex weddings is gaining momentum
Ruling finds ‘Kentucky’s laws treat gay and lesbian persons differently in a way that demeans them’
Gov. Jay Inslee suspended capital punishment in the state due to “flaws in the system”
A Fort Worth, Tex. hospital has been keeping Marlise Munoz on life support despite her family’s objections.
Marlise Munoz has been kept alive against her family’s wishes.
Bob McDonnell and his wife are charged in federal indictment, but the former governor says he did nothing illegal
Forgive these spoiled brats for they know not what they do
(TULSA, Okla.) — A federal judge has struck down Oklahoma’s gay marriage ban, ruling that it violates the U.S. Constitution.
U.S. District Judge Terrence Kern handed down the ruling Tuesday in a lawsuit filed by two same-sex couples. Kern’s ruling was immediately stayed pending appeal, meaning gay marriages won’t immediately
But not because of that case
Aubrey ‘Lee’ Price spent a year and a half on the lam
Bloomberg, on the other hand, will sit this one out