The new potentially more contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus popped up in more European countries on Saturday, just ...
The long-tail of funding cuts to legal aid introduced by the U.K. government back in 2012 have led to widespread barrister ...
The almost 50-year-old precedent could unravel if the justices sign off on a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 ...
The three-judge panel unanimously affirmed the lower court's ruling that Chris Orr's role as principal of Christian Brothers ...
The St. Louis region will receive $790 million to settle claims that the National Football League violated its relocation guidelines in allowing the Rams to leave St. Louis for Los Angeles in 2016. St ...
A vast majority of respondents in a Pew survey agreed with the idea that suffering is a consequence of people’s actions and ...
Anxiety over wages and widespread labor shortages has Americans looking at the current state of the economy with a wary eye.
A federal court in California certified an injunctive relief class of California residents who purchased products from ...
It would be the first time that two women of color will lead the agency, which helps the president develop an annual budget ...
The U.N. nuclear watchdog said Wednesday there had been "no progress" in talks with Tehran on disputes over the monitoring of ...
An attorney for the man who fatally shot Arbery in Georgia last year told jurors that his client had a responsibility to ...
Four insurance companies hit Oregon utility Pacific Power and Pacificorp with a $3 million lawsuit, claiming the companies' ...