Legal Proceedings

Sri Lankan prosecutors seek to reopen student killing case

Jul 9, 2019

Sri Lankan prosecutors have asked police to locate three key witnesses in the 2006 killings of five ethnic Tamil students, days after a judge dismissed charges against 13 policemen suspected in the case because of a lack of evidence

Founder of warehouse living space testifies on deadly fire

Jul 9, 2019

The founder of a communal living space in a San Francisco Bay Area warehouse where a fire killed 36 people more than two years ago testified that he couldn't put into words how he feels but he is sad about the deaths

Barr: Mueller's Hill testimony will be 'public spectacle'

Jul 8, 2019

Attorney General William Barr says Democrats are trying to create a "public spectacle" by subpoenaing Robert Mueller to testify before Congress about the Russia investigation

Players hope World Cup successes turn into greater support

Jul 8, 2019

Equity emerged as central them at the Women's World Cup. And not just pay equity

Oklahoma judge denies motion to end case against drugmaker

Jul 8, 2019

An Oklahoma judge says the state's ongoing opioid drug lawsuit against consumer products giant Johnson & Johnson can move forward

Houston man accused of trying to join IS pleads guilty

Jul 8, 2019

A Texas man who planned to travel overseas and shared information on making bombs and using machetes has pleaded guilty to trying to join the Islamic State group

Wealthy financier charged with molesting dozens of girls

Jul 8, 2019

Federal prosecutors announced sex trafficking and conspiracy charges against wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein

Spacey accuser could be forced to testify on missing phone

Jul 8, 2019

The man who accused Kevin Spacey of groping him at a resort island bar could be forced to testify about what happened to a cellphone wanted by the defense

Mystery of NSA leak lingers as stolen document case winds up

Jul 6, 2019

A high-profile raid at the home of a National Security Agency contractor seemed to be linked to the devastating leak of U.S. government hacking tools, but three years later, with the case close to being resolved, whoever was behind the leak is a mystery

Appeals court: Trump can't use Pentagon cash for border wall

Jul 4, 2019

An appeals court has upheld a freeze on Pentagon money to build a border wall with Mexico, casting doubt on President Donald Trump's ability to make good on a signature campaign promise before the 2020 election

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