The companies are accused of selling products containing high levels of cancer-causing chemicals.
Unilaterally closing the prison camp might not hold up in court, experts say.
Tyson Foods argued not all employees were entitled to overtime pay.
The case could set new limits on class action cases.
Majority of voters say court vacancies will be an important factor in choosing the next President.
The team has fired its opening shot in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Opponents of the death penalty believe the Supreme Court is on a path toward taking up the...
The panel consists of a senior judge, a rising star and one who previously ruled against the FCC.
The lawsuits challenge the most significant piece of President Obama’s environmental agenda.
The court agreed to hear a pair of cases on the issue.
The justices appeared to side with industry groups in a case alleging federal overreach.
The groups allege Nestlé’s permit to draw water expired in 1988.
The justices will decide whether race played an undue factor in Virginia's congressional map.
The FCC previously voted to override two state laws that limited the buildout of city-run broadband...
Some warned that a negative ruling could be used to revive the failed Stop Online Piracy Act.
At issue is whether police need a warrant to obtain cellphone records about a person's location.
A battle over birth control access would be a sequel to the landmark Hobby Lobby case.
The fate of the president’s environmental legacy depends on a collection of federal judges.
The school won't be able to pay the judgement because it's assets were liquidated.
“This is a crystal clear violation of the constitutional separation of powers,” one critic said.
The agency says it's not worried about a legal battle with prison-calling companies.
A San Jose, Calif. rule forces developers to donate to the city's affordable housing stock.
The agency is being accused of regulatory overreach.
The justices heard arguments in a case centering on a 17-year-old given life in prison.