WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon testified against political consultant Roger Stone Friday, telling a federal jury that he thought of Stone as the Trump campaign’s liaison to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.
BRENTWOOD — A judge has ordered Planet Fitness to turn over information related to any past investigations into complaints about sexual harassment and alcohol use in the workplace in response to a lawsuit filed by a former manager who alleges the corporate office had a “debaucherous” environ…
CONCORD — Lawyers for the Union Leader Corp. and the ACLU asked the New Hampshire Supreme Court this week to upend decades-old precedent that protects the names of problem police officers from public disclosure.
CONCORD — A judge has ruled that a Nashua man violated a transgender woman’s civil rights by threatening to kill her after she used the women’s locker room at a Planet Fitness, New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald said Monday.
In a flurry of signatures Friday afternoon, Oklahoma moved one step closer to shucking its dubious distinction as the state with the highest incarceration rate in the United States. On Monday afternoon, 527 people serving low-level drug and nonviolent offenses will go free in what Oklahoma l…
A writer and longtime women's advice columnist on Monday sued President Donald Trump, accusing him of defaming her this summer after she claimed he sexually assaulted her two decades ago in an upscale New York City department store.
MANCHESTER — One of the more interesting races on the municipal election ballot in Manchester is now a bit more intriguing, as city officials await a judge’s ruling on a complaint heard in court last Friday regarding the new School District Charter Commission.
DOVER — Questions about how state police failed to disclose pertinent evidence in a double-murder investigation lingered Friday as officials worked to piece together what happened in the case against Timothy Verrill.
MANCHESTER — A judge has sided with the developer behind a controversial plan to build a gas station, saying an alderman should have abstained from voting on the proposal after Facebook posts hinted that he opposed the project before deliberations ever began.
MANCHESTER — Now that truthfulness has become a key factor in the trial of child-murder suspect Mark Heath, a jury will likely hear that he lied to police about killing a cat more than a decade ago, a judge has ruled.
CONCORD — State Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut announced Wednesday he has permanently revoked the teaching credential of a former Concord special education teacher charged with sexual assault of a child.
A June 5, 2017 article titled Suit names NH pageant finalist incorrectly stated that the subject of the article, Olivia Karpinski, had admitted under oath that her sexual harassment allegations were baseless according to court records. Karpinski made no such admission.
A second former aide to Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, was sentenced Monday for her role in a scheme to break into Hassan’s office to obtain and post information about Republican senators in 2018 during hearings on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination.
CONCORD — A Superior Court judge said he will review in private a still-secret contract Concord police made to obtain “covert communications equipment” before deciding whether the details of it should be made public.
The Justice Department has appealed a federal judge’s order to release certain grand jury materials from Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation to the House Judiciary Committee by Wednesday, asking a court to stay its demand to disclose materials pending appeal.
Two Southwest Airlines pilots allegedly hid a camera in a plane’s lavatory and live-streamed the video to an iPad mounted on the windshield of the cockpit aboard a flight, according to a lawsuit filed by a fellow flight attendant.
NORTH HAVERHILL — An Alexandria man has filed a medical negligence suit claiming a pharmacist dispensed the wrong drug and that the pharmacy that employed him continued the error when it forwarded refill information to another drugstore where the plaintiff did business.
LACONIA — The company that insured a city woman involved in a fatal accident is asking a court to limit their potential liability to $25,000 and the cost of her defense, as her auto policy contained a public hire exclusion.
CLEVELAND - The five-year legal battle over responsibility for the U.S. opioid epidemic is at a crucial juncture as drug company chief executives, state attorneys general and lawyers for 2,600 cities and counties meet here Friday to discuss a potential resolution of the landmark litigation,s…
NORTH HAVERHILL — Saying the Grafton County Attorney’s Office has intentionally withheld evidence, thus depriving her client of a speedy trial, the lawyer for the alleged Grafton road-rage shooter wants the charges against him dismissed and the prosecution sanctioned for contempt.
DOVER — Prosecutors used video surveillance images to attempt to show Timothy Verrill was the only other person at a Farmington house on the night two women were brutally killed during his double murder trial Wednesday at Strafford County Superior Court.
John Riggieri, the Marlborough man who was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty, is getting a clean slate in exchange for allowing the 50 dogs seized from his home to be adopted to other families.