Law And Order

Nashville to pay $35K to family of man slain at Waffle House

Apr 22, 2020

The city of Nashville will settle a lawsuit with the family of one of four victims shot to death inside of a Waffle House restaurant in 2018

Puerto Rico's non-unanimous verdicts in peril after ruling

Apr 20, 2020

Defense attorneys in Puerto Rico are rushing to court to argue their clients are being held illegally after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that jury verdicts must be unanimous to convict in criminal trials

Jerry Givens, executioner turned death-penalty critic, dies

Apr 17, 2020

A man who served as Virginia’s chief executioner for 17 years before going to prison and becoming a prominent voice against capital punishment has died

Judge: Alabama can't prohibit abortion during pandemic

Apr 13, 2020

A federal judge ruled that Alabama cannot ban abortions as part of the state’s response to coronavirus

US women's gender discrimination case delayed

Apr 8, 2020

The trial date for the U.S. women’s national soccer team’s gender discrimination case has been pushed back to June 16

South African police arrest traditional king for ax attack

Mar 13, 2020

A controversial king of South Africa's AbaThembu, the clan of founding president Nelson Mandela, has been arrested after allegedly attacking family members with an ax at their royal homestead

Court OKs Texas winner-take-all presidential elector system

Feb 26, 2020

A federal appeals court says the winner-take-all system Texas uses to assign Electoral College presidential votes is constitutional

`Tool Box Killer' who preyed on teenagers dies in California

Feb 25, 2020

California officials say one of the so-called “Tool Box Killers,” who preyed on teenage girls in Southern California more than 40 years ago, has died

Judge OKs settlement over western Michigan contamination

Feb 20, 2020

A federal judge has approved a settlement with a western Michigan footwear company that faced a lawsuit over groundwater tainted with potentially harmful “forever" chemicals that are turning up in drinking water across the industrial state

Feds: 4 charged in steroid import conspiracy

Feb 20, 2020

Four people have been arrested in connection with what federal authorities say was a scheme to import large amounts of steroids primarily from Hong Kong for redistribution to customers across the U.S. The U.S. attorney's office in Rhode Island says 46-year-old David Esser, of North Attleborough, Massachusetts, was the ringleader

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