The Pentagon has confirmed  that a British hacker named Junaid Hussain was targeted and killed in a military air strike on August 24, 2015. Pentagon spokesman Air Force Col. Pat Ryder (USCENTCOM) gave the following rationale for targeting...Show More Summary
What makes a person "American" runs much deeper than legal status or outward appearances
The Wall Street Journal has obtained a nominal "win" in a Stingray-related legal action aimed at unsealing electronic surveillance orders, but the decision reads more like a loss. Jennifer Valentino-Devries reports: In the order, made after a series of legal motions brought by the Journal’s publisher, Dow Jones & Co., U.S. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) The Center for Immigration Studies is out with a blockbuster report that finds 51 percent of immigrant households—both legal and illegal—receive some kind of public assistance, versus just 30 percent of native households. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Already hobbled by venomous litigation among its past and present principals, outside investors and others, the Birdman financiers are now trying some legal maneuvers of their own to get a hold of funds and due process they say they have been denied. Show More Summary
A professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point has resigned in the wake of a controversial article in which he made the case for targeted attacks on legal academics who are too critical of the war on terror. The Guardian brought William C. Show More Summary
In a troubling and unprecedented action, North Dakota has legalized police use of drones carrying “less than lethal” weapons. Warrants? None needed. Other states could follow unless laws are written to stop this chilling threat.
A California federal judge presiding over the ongoing Apple v. Samsung legal spat on Tuesday set a March or April 2016 start date for a damages retrial that could see Samsung pay out some $548 million for infringing on Apple's paten...
Uber drivers scored a victory Tuesday when a federal judge ruled that they could move forward with a class-action lawsuit that seeks to designate them as employees, not independent contractors.
A federal court issued an order Monday that permanently forbids the Obama administration from enforcing its contraceptive mandate against the March for Life Education and Defense Fund or its employees.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup, which opens in England on September 18, may have to go on without one of the teams favored to win the Cup, the South Africa Springboks, as the national team in the former apartheid nation faces a legal challenge over its alleged failure to select a sufficient number of black... Show More Summary
Reflections on culpability, forgiveness, mercy and legal redress in light of the sexual abuse case pending against Imam Mohammed Abdullah Saleem, founder of the Institute of Islamic Education in Elgin, IL. Click here and here for more coverage of this case on Patheos. By Ustadha Zaynab Ansari In March 2015, Imam Mohammad Abdullah Saleem, founder [Read More...]
"I have no legal authority to relieve her of her statutory duty by executive order or to remove her from office," Gov. Steve Beshear says of Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.
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Firebrand defense attorney Gloria Allred is the inspiration for a drama series project set up at CBS through CBS TV Studios. Written by Deborah Schoeneman (Girls, The Newsroom), the untitled project is a fictional drama loosely based on the life of the famed feminist lawyer. Show More Summary
The convicted heroin dealer who was found with Rosie O’Donnell‘s missing adopted daughter Chelsea last month told a judge today that the teen repeatedly lied about her age — and… READ ON
Looking for the closest legal medical marijuana dispensary? How about a like-minded 420-friendly soulmate to share your life (and stash) with? A new batch of pot-centric apps are now available that let you join in on the high times from the comfort of your own smartphone. Weed apps have had an uphill battle on the […]
Many media outlets have already reported that the videos show no illegal behavior by, or on behalf of, Planned Parenthood. From the September 1 edition of Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier: Previously: A Comprehensive Guide To...Show More Summary
When you get in an Uber, you hope your driver has showered and the car is not a mess. However, the fact that Uber once told its drivers not to "forget to shower" is now part of a key legal battle that the ride-hailing company faces.Show More Summary
A California legislative committee approved a bill today that would legalize assisted suicide with virtually no limits. The measure received approval from the Public Health and Developmental Services Committee on a 10-2 vote with one lawmaker absent. The bill next next goes to the assembly finance committee. Disability rights groups strongly oppose the bill. “The […]