As a guardian, April Parks was tasked with caring for the elderly and infirm in Southern Nevada.
You'd think maybe he killed someone.
A US judge is hoping to make a decision by March 7 on whether the Army Corps of Engineers must withdraw an easement on the construction of the hotly-disputed Dakota Access Pipeline.
The hunger with which US officials pursue copyright or general intellectual property violations is insatiably manic.
California could have to hand over some documents on cellphone use it tried to keep under wraps.
Soldier who executed a wounded Palestinian has been sentenced to 18 months in jail and a demotion
Those who accuse CNN and other mainstream media outlets of "fake news" will probably revel in a recent decision by a federal judge in Atlanta, Georgia.
To see how little is left of one of our most important rights, the freedom of association, look no further than to today's unanimous decision by the Washington State Supreme Court upholding a lower court's ruling that florist Baronelle Stutzman w
As we noted previously, given the FBI has already 'cleared' Flynn, the only possible path for escalation from here by the deep state, is to leak the actual recorded calls to the press, thus "proving" Flynn lied, assuming of course, he did.
Separatists in Catalonia plan to come out in force Monday when the Spanish region's former leader, Artur Mas, stands trial over a non-binding independence referendum he held, further straining ties with Madrid.
A coalition of farmer and environmental groups has filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to follow the law in approving Monsanto's newest herbicide, "XtendiMax" (active ingredient dicamba), for spraying directl
Ryan Bundy, accused of leading the 2014 standoff near his father's ranch in Bunkerville, testified Tuesday that the charges detailed in the 16-count indictment against him describe the actions of federal agents who tried to impound his father's c
There is a lot of talk these days about the beliefs of judges who will be appointed by a new President to the U.S. Supreme Court. It is an important conversation because what those judges believe will be reflected in the legal decisions they make, de
Monsanto Co. and officials within the Environmental Protection Agency are fighting legal efforts aimed at exploring Monsanto's influence over regulatory assessments of the key chemical in the company's Roundup herbicide, new federal court filings sho
The Amazon Echo hands-free voice-activated speaker could figure in an Arkansas murder investigation -- and remind people that their internet-connected gadgets constantly collect information about their private lives.
Amazon refusing to turn over Echo digital assistant voice recordings in murder investigation.
The company declined to do so, but the case raises bigger questions about IoT privacy.
Attorney for Joseph Schawb, charged with driving under the influence of a drug when his blood test showed only caffeine, calls the charge unheard of
One of the worst states engaging in civil asset forfeiture, better known as "policing for profit," suffered a blow in its campaign to rob innocent people of their cash and assets. After withering criticism and a lawsuit it couldn't win, Iowa'
Corpus Christi, TX -- Ray Rosas is a free man tonight after a jury of his peers found him not guilty of shooting three Corpus Christi police officers on February 19, 2015. On that day, early in the morning, CCPD executed a no-knock search warrant, f
IMF chief Christine Lagarde denied wrongdoing in her handling of a massive French state payout to a tycoon as she went on trial Monday in a case that risks tarnishing her stellar career.
As the Bundy Ranch political prisoners prepare for their trials in early 2017, there is good news.
Cops Assault Innocent Man Who Fit Vague Description… Also A Cop
Residents of a town hit by Oklahoma's strongest earthquake have filed a class-action lawsuit against dozens of energy companies, accusing them of triggering destructive temblors by injecting wastewater from oil and natural gas production underground.
His attorney tells a judge that "there is no reason to believe otherwise."
With Gawker no longer operational, and both Peter Thiel and Hulk Hogan having proven their point, former Gawker CEO Nick Denton said in a blog post that the media company is settling its case with Hulk Hogan:
If Hillary Clinton Is Charged With Obstruction Of Justice She Could Go To Prison For 20 Years
Conservation gadflies, Gabrielle Adelman and her husband Ken, took to their Robinson R-44 helicopter, she pilot, he photographer, and snapped thousands of Pacific coastline photographs from Oregon to the Mexican border, one about every five hundred f
In a normal election year, a normal candidate's close aide who caused even minor embarrassment to a campaign so near to Election Day would be whisked away as quickly as possible to avoid becoming a distraction.
"Malheur 7" Not Guilty!