They made him an offer he couldn't refuse.
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Talk about screwing your client over.
Four teenagers have handed themselves over to police in connection with the December 16, 2012 assault of a man at a local 7-Eleven, The Melbourne Herald Sun reports.
On Tuesday a California judge ruled that a stack of papers does not count as a passenger in a car, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to take up two potentially landmark cases on same-sex marriage.
While residing in Key West in the 1930s, Ernest Hemingway received the unusual gift of a white six-toed cat named Snowball from a ship's captain.
It seems the War on (Royal) Women has met its end in the UK.
"Should the Pope's tweets be considered infallible?" tweeted Twitter director of social innovation Claire Diaz-Ortiz. The audience reportedly erupted in laughter.
Following a private conference Friday, the Supreme Court did not give any indication as to whether it would take on any of the ten same-sex marriage cases up for possible review.
Houdini wowed audiences with his escape from the deadly Chinese Water Torture Cell. David Copperfield seemingly made the Statue of Liberty vanish into thin air in an infamous 1983 live television broadcast.
The New York Police Department was almost at a loss to explain a rare event: not one person was reported shot, stabbed, or slashed in New York City on Monday, the New York Daily News reports.
If you are a law enforcement officer who already carries a gun for your job or a transgendered person in need of a firearm for self-defense, federal courts say tough luck.
To cite the eminently quotable Carly Rae Jepsen, "This is crazy."
Move over, Clark Griswold, you're so ... 1989. This year, all the cool kids are decking out their houses "Gangnam Style."
Soon, millions of families across the nation will gather around the dinner table to count their blessings while feasting themselves into a near coma. If you happen to find yourself at a loss for something to be thankful for this year, give thanks... that you aren't one of the unfortunate souls in these videos.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear a case brought by an Alabama county challenging the constitutionality of portions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
On Friday a federal appeals court blocked key portions of Puerto Rico’s campaign finance law regulating the internal affairs of corporations and unions from taking effect.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia unanimously upheld South Carolina's photo ID statute on Wednesday. The ruling represents a swing in momentum from recent court decisions striking voter ID laws in states including Texas and Pennsylvania.