Milk, two sugars and a spoonful of industrial relations reform.
Here’s a reminder of what girls and women still have to deal with.
The network’s legal team says the reporter named in the lawsuit doesn’t technically work for CNN.
Everyone is on trial in Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart, which airs Aug. 18 on HBO.
A rancher in Texas stumbled on a massive marijuana growing operation on land he was leasing from the Army Corps of Engineers.
Updated: Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law on Sunday, Sept. 28 mandating that students on college campuses get consent before sexual activity.
Same-sex marriages began in Boulder County, Colorado, Wednesday even though the attorney general said they were in violation of court orders.
The women were surgically sterilized without their consent, according to a new report.
Say no to politicised knitting.
The judge threatened to “beat your ass” when the public defender refused to waive his client’s right to a speedy trial. Security cameras recorded the verbal confrontation in the courtroom, as well as audio of what sounds like hitting and yelling.
the incident was captured by court security cameras.
Minnesota joined 21 other states Thursday when it passed a bill legalizing medical marijuana, but it’s the only state that won’t legalize smoking it.
At least seven people have been convicted for posting offensive messages on social media in the past three years. Here’s how to avoid that happening to you.
The organisation argues Shaker Aamer’s health would be better treated in the U.K.
Richard Durkin bought a laptop PC World in Aberdeen in 1998 - now he’s just been told by the Supreme Court that the he’ll get £8,000 in damages due to an invalid in-store credit deal.
A new report from the Pew Research Center shows a dramatic increase in convictions related to immigration. This means that 48% of all people sentenced for federal crimes are now Hispanic.
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Seriously Norway? You’re going to hold on to that one?
Last year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) deported over 350,000 people.
It wasn’t a home, it was a legal pad.
The government is talking tough on immigration. But this isn’t good news for Peruvians without the correct paperwork.
If you think you know weird, you should see some tweets from @CourtNewsUK.
Guess which network was the least interested. Three very different approaches to a historic day.
After the oral arguments end, Ted Olson refuses to read the tea leaves.
This spring, the Supreme Court will decide whether human genes can be patented by corporations. The answer should obviously be no.
Don’t freak out about the Instagram terms of service. Freak out about ALL terms of service. On the internet, we’re all sellouts.
Why you should support Twitter’s rage against the machine.
The popular file-sharing site was raided by the Ukranian government this afternoon. Does that mean users are about to find themselves in court?
A few days ago, a Redditor confessed to multiple rapes. Could he get thrown in jail for that? The case is stronger than you might think.
Twitter’s first transparency report tells us why the company takes down tweets, and who’s asking for information. And it might be a form of dissent, too.