Sometimes you can fight the big bureaucracy and win, or so the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals showed today. Guillermo Irgoyen-Briones appeared before an
Arizona executed Donald Edward Beaty May 26 but that doesn’t mean the legal wrangling has stopped. Beaty challenged Arizona’s last minute switch in the drug
To cut off $191 monthly housing allowances to 6,000 unemployed adults on Alameda County’s general assistance rolls because their landlords fail to provide a social
A 79-year-old San Franciscan was charged with selling Chinese cold remedies that contained toxic substances, including arsenic, bufotenine and toad venom, according to the U.S.
For 30 years poor children in Idaho, suffering from severe emotional and mental disabilities, have been at the center of a lawsuit to force the state to
No sooner had California Attorney General Kamala Harris set up a Mortgage Fraud Strike Force than her crew mailed out subpoenas looking for documents on alleged “robosigning” of