A journalist arrested during protests against San Francisco transit police may go to trial over his claims that the transit officers arrested him because of
Law-abiding Californians may carry concealed weapons in public, a federal appeals court held Thursday, in a sweeping repudiation of the state’s regulation of concealed weapons.
In the years-long battle between Gov. Jerry Brown and a three-judge panel over whether California could meet the court’s deadline for reducing prison overcrowding, it
Minor leaguers called Major League Baseball a “cartel” in class action lawsuit accusing MBL of paying many of them less than $7,500 a year, in
This is why you have to know the players in the game, even in the judiciary. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts came in for
A federal judge refused to certify a nationwide class of consumers Monday in a pending lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard Co. that alleged a breach of warranty