American veterans suing the military and CIA for allegedly using them as guinea pigs in chemical and biological tests from 1922 to the present won
Nineteen soldiers, who were sexually assaulted during their military service, accused the military of not only turning a blind eye to rape but also retaliating
A Hanford man, sentenced in 2006 to 25 years to life in prison for writing a $473 bad check, has won the right to a
Hundreds of current and former women employees of Costco Wholesale Corp. may proceed with their sex discrimination claims as a nationwide class action lawsuit. U.S.
A federal appeals court upheld an injunction barring Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio from suspected racial profiling of Latinos during traffic stops seeking illegal aliens. The
Hewlett-Packard Co. shareholders, who sued challenging the company severance package paid to disgraced form CEO Mark Hurd, lost another round in San Jose federal court