The legal battle over where and how to conduct a psychiatric exam of Jared Loughner landed in the Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals March 24.
The Justice Department got another notch in its anti-bribery belt Friday. IBM Corp. agreed to pay $10 million to settle SEC claims it bribed officials
Holocaust survivors lost a long-shot appeal against the Catholic Franciscan Order in a federal appeals court Thursday. The case stems from a long-running suit seeking to
Interesting story from the Atlanta Journal Constitution on the DEA seizing the Georgia’s supply of a key drug used in executions. Questions were raised about how
Before jury selection begins March 21, 2011 in the federal perjury trial of former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds there are issues of just
The Obama Administration wants the US Supreme Court to stay out of the constitutional fight over the national health care reform law for the time