A former Google employee named Jacob McPherson is suing the tech giant. McPherson alleges that Google exploits and underpays their contract workers.
Aereo is at the center of an exciting Supreme Court case.
Attorney Ethan Kirschner has been hired to represent the man Newsweek outed as “Satoshi Nakamoto,” the inventor of Bitcoin.
“I believe that exposing children to these health risks without clear evidence of benefits that outweigh these serious risks is not appropriate.” — Governor Chris Christie
Stephen Dick, owner of Nite Moves, has retained the services of free-speech powerhouse Robert Corn-Revere.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced mandated changes to criminal justice proceedings over non-violent drug offenses at today’s American Bar Association meeting.
A Tennessee judge has overruled a couple’s choice of naming their son, saying the title “has only been earned by one person, and that one person is Jesus Christ.”
The DOJ offered guidelines to the US District Court of Manhattan on how to enforce the July ruling.
In a lengthy appearance on the stand, the medical examiner discussed several key points in the death of Trayvon Martin.
Governor Jack Dalrymple signed the two bills into law giving his state the most restrictive abortion laws in the US.
Critics wonder what this could mean for gun laws
Aaron Swartz was threatened with 35 years in prison for downloading articles from academic journals. Now his family is saying this had a hand in his death.
The ruling is clear: The Constitution allows you to pack heat wherever you are.
Michael Christian and Mel Greig, the pair at the center of the Royal prank suicide scandal, could be facing legal action.
Nudists in San Francisco are fighting a local government vote that could see the end of naked days in the city.