The verdicts in a high-profile, monthslong trial of Oath Keepers militia members were, as one defense lawyer acknowledged, "a mixed bag."
Cochise County, Arizona, failed to certify its 2022 general election results by the state-mandated deadline, and now the Secretary of State's office is taking action.
The legal fight over North Dakota's abortion ban continues, and oral arguments about one element of the case were heard by the state Supreme Court yesterday.
The Georgia Supreme Court granted an emergency stay of a lower court's ruling, once again allowing a six-week abortion ban to take effect in Georgia while an appeal process continues.
The Ohio Supreme Court put the brakes on the state's Board of Tax Appeals' decision to collect more than a half-million dollars in taxes from NASCAR for broadcasting the organization's races in the state.
A Montana district court this week issued a temporary restraining order in a case challenging new wolf hunting and trapping regulations.
A three-judge appeals court panel reversed a lower court decision in the lawsuit filed by the National Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association and others in March 2021.
Oral arguments are scheduled to be heard before the U.S. Supreme this month in a case brought by Texas and Louisiana over the Department of Homeland Security altering policy to prohibit certain violent criminal foreign nationals from being detained and deported and instead releasing them into the U.S.
A South Dakota bill that would have forced paid petition circulators to disclose personal information violates free speech, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled.
The U.S. military learned a valuable lesson about race during the Vietnam War: Diversity does not happen without affirmative action.