A federal judge in Missouri has partially halted another one of the Biden administration's key vaccine requirements, temporarily blocking the imposition of a rule for certain health-care workers in 10 states.
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Judicial Branch said Tuesday that a Hampton family court judge made a “reasonable application of current New Hampshire law” when she refused to issue a restraining order against a stalker who later shot and injured his ex-girlfriend at her workplace.
WASHINGTON -- U.S. appeals court judges on Tuesday signaled skepticism toward former President Donald Trump's bid to keep records about his conversations and actions before and during the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot by a mob of his supporters away from congressional investigators.
Prosecutors in Montgomery County, Pa., have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a ruling by the state's top court earlier this year that vacated the sexual assault conviction of Bill Cosby, who was one of the country's most beloved celebrities before he was recast as a merciless predator …
BERLIN - A German court sentenced a former Islamic State member on Tuesday to life imprisonment for the killing of a 5-year-old Yazidi girl at his home, marking the first conviction for committing genocide against members of the minority religious community.
CONCORD — A federal judge decided a lawsuit can move forward from senior citizens and those with disabilities who charge a state-run program makes them more likely to end up having to live in nursing institutions.
On a frigid Chicago night in January 2019, actor Jussie Smollett, a star on the TV drama "Empire," reported that he was the victim of a hate-motivated street attack, but police later accused him of staging the whole affair as a publicity stunt.
Former defense secretary Mark Esper is suing the Pentagon, claiming that Biden administration officials are preventing him from providing a "full and unvarnished" accounting of his tenure under President Donald Trump in a forthcoming memoir.
A group of White nationalists and far-right organizations, including Keene, N.H.'s Christopher Cantwell, were found liable Tuesday for $26 million in damages tied to the mayhem at the Unite the Right rally in 2017.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey recently announced victory in a 13-state bipartisan lawsuit filed against the U.S. Treasury Department regarding an American Rescue Plan Act provision prohibiting states that received ARPA funds from lowering taxes for three years.