A new ruling would allow the killing of wild horses for their meat the first time since 2007
Suit Alleges University of Connecticut Was Indifferent to Sexual Assaults
Four young women who say they were sexually assaulted as students at the University of Connecticut have filed a federal lawsuit against the school alleging it violated their rights when they reported the crimes, their attorney announced Friday.
The women allege the school failed to prevent the assault and responded to their complaints …
The Tale of the Texting Judge
How small town justice became a big time scandal in East Texas
Jury Orders Toyota to Pay $3M to Crash Victims
The jury found the car company acted with “reckless disregard” for others, setting up a second phase of trial to determine punitive damages
Informercial Pitchman Kevin Trudeau Jailed
Judge puts well known TV figure behind bars for failure to pay $37 million civil judgment
In Reversal, Feds Greenlight ‘Fast and Furious’ Book
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives had previously said that detailing the failed sting operation would hurt agency morale
Former San Diego Mayor Pleads Guilty to 3 Criminal Counts of Sexual Misconduct
Bob Filner was accused of inappropriate behavior by numerous women who worked for him
German Homeschooling Couple Files Asylum Appeal With U.S. Supreme Court
They’re appealing to the U.S. Supreme Court for asylum.
Viewpoint: Future of U.S. Politics Hangs on Court Campaign Finance Decision
While it appears there are votes to overturn restrictions on spending, Chief Justice Roberts may not want to be remembered by history for fighting for the richest Americans to take over government
Feds Reportedly Block ‘Fast and Furious’ Book
Former agent trying to write about controversial gun-tracking operation that went wrong
Five Former Bernie Madoff Aides Start Fraud Trial Tuesday
Five of Bernie Madoff’s former employees, including his longtime secretary, go on trial Tuesday for allegedly participating in the financier’s historic Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of billions.
Judge Resurrects ‘Messiah’ Name In Tennessee
A lower court’s ruling that a mother could not legally call her child Messiah has been overturned. Here’s why
Facebook ‘Likes’ Are Protected Speech, Court Rules
Your Facebook “likes” are protected under the Constitution.