By HELEN CHRISTOPHI
A federal judge on Monday all but declined to force the Trump administration to keep paying Obama-era subsidies that reduce health care costs for lower-income Americans, saying states could not show immediate harm.
By NICHOLAS IOVINO
A permanent injunction will likely block one of President Donald Trump’s first executive orders aimed at cutting off funds to sanctuary cities, a federal judge signaled Monday.
By ZACK HUFFMAN
A federal judge voiced sympathy Friday for Indonesian immigrants fighting for asylum after the U.S. government abruptly ordered them out of the country.
By LOWELL NEUMANN NICKEY
Just as racketeering and tax laws have put mobsters away for decades, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that the government will use the same tools to take down the drug cartel MS-13.
By MATTHEW RENDA
After nearly seven years and a run all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal judge has ordered a new trial to determine how much Samsung should pay Apple in their patent dispute over smartphone design.
This image, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows two galaxies becoming one. The twisted cosmic knot seen here is NGC 2623, located about 250 million light-years away in the constellation of Cancer.
By SEAN DUFFY
Gun-related injuries and deaths in California spike by 70 percent immediately following gun shows in neighboring Nevada, a new study finds.
By MILT POLICZER
Why would you intentionally overcook a goose? This is not an idle question. Well, OK, it is an idle question but it sounds better if you say it isn’t. I bring this up to demonstrate that you sometimes you have to go deep – all the way to a concurring opinion – to find entertainment and interesting questions in appellate rulings.
By NICK CAHILL
California Senate President Pro tem Kevin De Leon said Monday he has hired two legal firms to investigate recent claims by female lawmakers and others of a “pervasive culture of sexual harassment” at the state Capitol.
By NICK RUMMELL
The New Jersey Supreme Court questioned attorneys Monday over historic-preservation grants that let churches fix up their roofs and stained-glass windows on the taxpayer’s dime.
By KARINA BROWN
A federal judge seemed skeptical Monday about the government’s argument that it was within its rights to destroy burial grounds and a ceremonial site sacred to members of the Klickitat and Cascade Native American tribes to widen a highway.
By KYLE ANNE UNISS
A Georgia student claims in a federal lawsuit that the Ohio State University violated his free-speech rights by refusing to rent an available public room for a talk by controversial white nationalist leader Richard Spencer.