In California, it’s about to get easier for abuse survivors to break their leases. The new law, which takes effect on Jan. 1, will allow […]
Freedom of the press is considered an essential ideal of American democracy. President Obama acknowledged as much last month, when he draped a Presidential Medal […]
Activists from across the country are asking Georgia’s governor to support an investigation into the death of Kendrick Johnson, a 17-year-old discovered dead in a […]
There were a few snickers when a Colorado state judge ruled that a baker has to produce wedding cakes for gay couples even though he […]
Do airline frequent fliers have any legal rights when they get into disputes over their club memberships?
President Obama’s Affordable Care Act will be back before the Supreme Court this spring. This time, the issue is whether for-profit corporations, citing religious objections, […]
GQ Magazine correspondent Jeanne Marie Laskas calls him “Special Agent Charles Hunt,” but that’s not his real name. He’s sometimes known as “Thrash” or “Hammer,” […]
Former chemist Annie Dookhan began serving a 3-to-5 year sentence in a Massachusetts prison on Friday after pleading guilty to falsifying tests of drug evidence […]
Larry Flynt is not one to shy away from speaking his mind. As the publisher of the adult magazine Hustler, he’s long been a polarizing […]
It’s the moment many victims of former Boston mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger have been waiting decades for.
Western states have led the way in the legalization of marijuana, first with medical marijuana, and then with the legalization of recreational pot in Colorado […]
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Wednesday in a case questioning the use of prayer at government meetings. But first, the marshal will ask “God” […]
At the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday, the subject for debate was the reach of the Constitution’s Treaty Power. But the justices’ questions covered subjects from […]