Federal agencies may continue to kill wild buffalo that migrate outside Yellowstone National Park, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said this week. The
Homeowners who thought they had squirreled away some rainy day protection in the form of Home Equity Lines of Credit got a rude shock when
The California Supreme Court will take a second look at a precedent-setting appeals court decision on how pension credits and community property mix in a
Joe Arpaio, the controversial law-and-order sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, must now face his own trial for alleged civil rights abuses that include the late-night
A decade after California’s energy “crisis” spawned blackouts and political upheaval, and even some indictments, courts are still sorting out regulatory actions of that period.
The California Supreme Court overturned the death sentence of Miguel Bacigalupo because jurors did not hear evidence that he killed two brothers in 1983 while