On Tuesday, a lawsuit was filed in a Georgia federal court on behalf of “All African-American persons” employed by Time Warner, CNN, and Turner Broadcasting in salaried or managerial positions from April of 1997 to now. Read more...
Jordan had been in a dispute with a Chinese sportswear company called Qiaodan Sports since 2012
Marc Andreessen is under fire after playing both sides of an important decision made at Facebook earlier this year. A new Bloomberg report cites recently unsealed court documents from a lawsuit filed against the company’s board of directors. In the suit, shareholders accuse Andreessen of advising CEO Mark Zuckerberg… Read more...
Chicago isn’t short on young men who have become household names in basketball. Walk past any patch of blacktop in the city and you’ll see kids donning jerseys of those who inspire them: Derrick Rose, Jabari Parker, Dwyane Wade and others immediately come to mind. But what about girls who need...
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - International Criminal Court judges asked South Africa on Thursday to send representatives to a hearing next year to determine whether it had breached its obligation to arrest Sudan's President Omar Al Bashir in June.
A judge who wrote in favor of the decision is reportedly under consideration by the Trump administration as a Supreme Court candidate.
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LONDON — "Final shake of the kaleidoscope," Lord Neuberger remarked as the Supreme Court reconvened to hear the historic Article 50 case for the final time on Thursday afternoon. It has been four days of vigorous legal debate in Westminster. Show More Summary
The Chicago Tribune reports: As the 2016 presidential campaign built to a fever pitch during the summer and fall, then reached a widely unexpected conclusion with Donald Trump’s win, many people speculated — some jokingly and some with real concern — about whether the end times were near. Show More Summary
In a court filing Thursday, his lawyers called the two-decade sentencing recommendation from prosecutors "unnecessarily harsh." Prosecutors say many of Fattah's financial crimes stem from an illegal $1 million loan he took to fund his failed 2007 mayoral run.
It took years, but he has finally prevailed in court against a Chinese company that was essentially using his name
Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, who Donald Trump has picked to lead the EPA, has spent much of his career fighting the very agency he is likely to lead. He has challenged the EPA in court multiple times, and is currently part...Show More Summary
The free speech and religious liberty rights of Illinoisans are in the hands of Judge Eugene Doherty of the 17th Judicial Circuit Court of Northern Illinois, after Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) senior counsel Matt Bowman pled his case Wednesday afternoon. Telling the courtroom the case “deserves more attention than the time available to me,” Doherty said […]
A judge delayed a preliminary hearing Thursday for Edgar Maddison Welch, the North Carolina man charged with firing a rifle in a Washington pizzeria while investigating a fake news account … Click to Continue »
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A Greek appeals court on Thursday ruled against the extradition of two Turkish coup suspects demanded by Ankara, after electing to protect another three and send back three others. The Athens court accepted a prosecutor's arguments that...Show More Summary
Alabama is scheduled to execute a former Eagle Scout on Thursday for a 1994 convenience store killing, and his lawyers have appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking a reprieve amid constitutional questions about the state’s death sentencing process. Ronald Smith, 45, is set to die by lethal...
Late on Wednesday night, the federal judge in Michigan whose emergency order set a statewide recount into motion earlier this week lifted that order, in deference to the state court of appeals, effectively ending the recount and confirming Donald Trump’s victory there over Hillary Clinton. Read more...
LONDON — A "child of six" could see the flaws in the government's legal case, the lawyer representing the Welsh government in the Article 50 case told the Supreme Court on Monday morning. Richard Gordon QC insisted that Wales is notShow More Summary