A parody Twitter account that makes fun of Rep. Devin Nunes now has more followers than the congressman.
The company is facing a flood of arbitration cases over alleged wage theft. A judge called the company's efforts to block them "unseemly."
A judge ruled the secretary of education's attempts to delay the Obama administration's regulations "unlawful."
Delphina Mota was “crying and screaming at the top of her lungs,” according to a lawsuit.
They argue Administrator Scott Pruitt’s purge of independent advisers was unlawful and unprecedented.
By Sophie Quinton   This is Part One of the State of the States 2018 series. Democratic governors, attorneys general and
The legal battle against the Federal Communications Commission has just begun.
The states want the EPA to impose more stringent controls on mostly Midwestern states whose air pollution they claim is being blown in their direction.
President Trump recently announced that he’d like to “scale back the scope of federal regulations to the level it stood in
President Trump repeatedly claims he never settles lawsuits. That is, until he settles.
Prosecutors are generally immune from accountability. A new joint initiative from Civil Rights Corps and the ACLU seeks to change that.
A potentially landmark case before the justices could dramatically weaken workers' collective power.
Legal experts have said court challenges to Trump’s decision could face an uphill battle.
"To date, no reasonable explanation ... has been given," the complaint says.
The lawsuit is the first to challenge the Justice Department over the Byrne program.