There have been two dramatic developments in the U.S. case against imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange within the past two weeks.
Here are the first three installments in a six-part series on Julian Assange and the Espionage Act (1: A History of Prosecuting Speech; 2: The Espionage Act's UK Origins; 3: Passing the Espionage Act)
Earlier this week, a federal court threw out an antitrust case against Facebook.
Carey Gillam, former correspondent for Reuters, joins Del to discuss her new book, The Monsanto Papers, which chronicles the story of Dewanye Lee Johnson.
Following a citizen's petition, a Lisbon court was forced to provide verified COVID-19 mortality data, reports AndreDias.net.
Did you know that Annie Oakley sued fifty-five newspapers for defamation and won fifty-four of the battles?
Judge Rules to Unseal Ghislaine Maxwell Documents Detailing Her Relationship with Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Clinton
Flowertown Bee Farm and Supplies sued the South Carolina County of Dorchester, their town, Summerville, and the aviation contractee who sprayed a mosquito control chemical called Naled, alleging it killed millions of their bees.
Court finds an agreement with a previous prosecutor prevented the legendary comic from being charged in the case that landed him behind bars for up to 10 years
President Trump's attorney said on Monday that Manhattan DA Cy Vance has indicated that he has no plans to charge the Trump Organization with crimes related to allegations of "hush money" payments or manipulated real estate values, according to Polit
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said over the weekend that his office still has more than 500 election fraud cases that need to be heard in court.
An FBI informant on Julian Assange upon whose information the U.S. based a key part of its computer intrusion charge against Assange has now admitted that he lied.
Still Faces Federal Charges
A federal court on Monday dismissed the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust complaint against Facebook. The dismissal deals a major setback for the agency's complaint that could have resulted in Facebook divesting Instagram and WhatsApp. In th
Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd, whose dying gasps under Chauvin's knee led to the biggest outcry against racial injustice in the U.S. in generations.
A second alleged member of the Oath Keepers involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection pleaded guilty Wednesday to reduced charges and agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors in hopes of reducing a recommended six-year prison term.
Antivirus software pioneer John McAfee may die in a US prison, after Spain's National Court approved an extradition request by the United States to face tax-related criminal charges which carry a sentence of up to 30 years if convicted.
Recently the U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider a challenge to the all-male draft.
Christian baker is fined after refusing to make gender transition cake that was blue on the outside and pink on the inside as supporters claims he is being TARGETED by LGBT campaigner after winning previous Supreme Court case
On Tuesday, June 8, a federal judge sentenced a Wisconsin pharmacist to three years in jail for destroying 500 Covid-19 vaccine doses "during a national public health emergency."
he strange evolution of the prosecution's asphyxiation charge.
The FBI is fighting to keep $86 million in cash and millions of dollars worth of jewelry it confiscated while raiding a Beverly Hills safety deposit box business that was allegedly used by criminals, it has been revealed.
Alabama and Georgia real estate agents have asked the Supreme Court to block a federal moratorium on evictions that was imposed last year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) amid the pandemic.
The National Court in Spain has suspended the hearing destined to deal with the extradition request that John McAfee, the well known cryptocurrency influencer, has pending for its tax-related crimes in the U.S.
SpaceX's burgeoning satellite-internet business is getting a legal challenge.
Landlords across the country, the least-pitied group of Americans, were handed a loss on Wednesday after a federal appeals court in Washington DC denied a request to resume evictions amid a contentious dispute over a Centers for Disease Control (CDC
n August 26, 2020, Kevin Phomma was arrested in Portland for assaulting several police officers with bear spray during that city's nonstop siege by Antifa and Black Lives Matters protesters.
A newly unsealed indictment on Sunday named additional members of the Oath Keepers, a far-right militia group that participated in the storming of the U.S. Capitol, as defendants for their role in the January 6th incident.
There's a fight brewing in a DC federal court over Fusion GPS's internal correspondence and records. And they're losing.
Several of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged co-conspirators, including recruiters, sexual partners and friends are set to drop the dime on Ghislaine Maxwell at her trial later this year, according to recent court filings analyzed by the Daily Mail.