‘The notion that he put Al Capone behind bars is pure unadulterated Hollywood fiction’
Hint: it doesn’t end well
ACLJ looking at possibility of class action suit
Alexandra Pelosi strikes again, says Black Panther, neo-Nazi tension in Sanford a myth
‘You’ve got some issues. I understand that. But, at the same time, it’s time for you to grow up,’ the judge said
A federal agency has agreed to pay out on a preposterous discrimination claim.
Catherine Kieu, 48, was charged Wednesday with torture in a case that has garnered international attention
The decision in AEP vs. Connecticut complicates efforts to turn courts into environmental regulators.
Final piece of the puzzle confirmed, 130 years after maid butchered and fed the victim to local children
Police say suave San Francisco thief wore a dark jacket and pants, large dark glasses and loafers
Manhattan’s district attorney is targeting Republicans, not prosecuting Democrats who commit crimes.
Journalists immediately assumed that Dominique Strauss-Kahn was guilty of rape, despite the lack of evidence.
Why I’m not surprised that Spitzer is again facing legal scrutiny.
The Institute for Justice is suing the state of Arizona on behalf of oppressed eyebrow threaders.
The ACLU bullies schools over seatbelts, graduation garb and websites.
Sgt. Aisha Hackley wrote herself 10 checks from the elderly woman’s bank account
The New York senator says he’d like ‘Law and Order’ to be filmed in his home state
‘He did get 10 months of a new life’ after stealing $200,000 from Bank of America machines
Didn’t look before he lept
Her cell phone battery power may be infinite, but her fellow passengers’ patience wasn’t