A new study shines a light on the murky world of forced arbitration
Virginia Giuffre is urging Britain’s Prince Andrew to admit that Jeffrey Epstein forced him to have sex with her when Giuffre was just 17 years old.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made her first public appearance since announcing she underwent treatment for pancreatic cancer.
A Minnesota police officer was surprised after he caught a driver breaking a new texting and driving law by… texting about the law.
Recruiting is tough when there’s a perception of limited career growth and a lack of acceptance as an ethnic minority or member of the LGBTQ community.
The parents of Peter Zhu, 21, said they wanted to preserve his legacy after he died in a skiing accident.
Iowa's "fetal heartbeat" law, the strictest abortion ban in the nation, has been ruled unconstitutional by a state court.
If Me Too takes hold in the world of law, abusive judges, professors, clerks and enablers will finally be exposed.
Invasive depositions, like the one conducted by ANZ's lawyers, are another reason victims of discrimination often stay quiet.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders violated federal law, according to the former head of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics, Walter Shaub.
If you thought his appearance on Hannity was bizarre, wait until you see what Rudy Giuliani had to say on ABC’s ‘This Week.’
It’s not necessarily a sign of guilt, but Trump’s embattled lawyer Michael Cohen is pleading the Fifth Amendment in the Stormy Daniels case. But the porn star’s lawyer says it still hugely significant.
Fox News’ Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano has shredded his colleague and friend Sean Hannity, for claiming he had attorney-client privilege with President Trump’s embattled fixer Michael Cohen.
These videos function much like lynchings. They show black people that their lives are at the mercy of whiteness.
President Donald Trump may be considering pardoning his associates ensnared in the Russia investigating. But it’s a risky strategy that could still lead to his downfall.
It’s not just about progressives practicing what they preach.
They also called her shrill, strident and emotional. Marcia Clark talks surviving sexism, and her hopes for #MeToo.
The decision follows a hung jury last year and an acquittal on other charges last week.