Derek Chauvin's criminal trial is over, but the work to ensure that no one endures a tragic death like George Floyd's is just getting started.
Less than a year after the death of George Floyd in police custody, a jury found former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on charges of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter.
The U.S. Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in Cedar Point Nursery v Hassid, a case brought by the Pacific Legal Foundation on behalf of two California growers.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman is suing the city for enacting a campaign finance ordinance the mayor says violates the First Amendment.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled on Monday that Senate Democrats' tactic to speed-read a lengthy bill on the Senate floor in 2019 violated the state constitution, marking a win for Senate Republicans in the 2-year-old case.
(The Center Square) - The U.S. Supreme Court has sided once again with California houses of worship in their most recent request for an injunction against a county health order, pending appeal in the Ninth Circuit and disposition of a petition for a writ of cert.
Twenty Republican attorneys general argue that HR1, the "For the People Act," which passed the U.S. House late in the night on Wednesday, is unconstitutional.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is warning Texans to be aware of energy price hikes after last month's severe winter storm and power outages left millions in the cold.
The nation's high court is set to hear oral arguments over two voting issues that originated in Arizona but could spur significant changes nationwide.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, tasked with managing 90 percent of Texas' electricity, may not be civilly liable for widespread damages caused by power outages last week