But larger court battle between Macy’s and J.C. Penney over right to sell home maven’s branded products isn’t over
Retired Supreme Court justice tells Chicago Tribune editorial board she’s not sure justices should have taken case, which hurt court’s reputation
Letter containing white powder forces closure of 37th District Court, but weddings go on
James Everett Dutschke in Miss. court on charge that he made deadly poison that was sent in letters to Obama and others
Judge Damon J. Keith of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit will be honored Saturday with a 2013 Charles Hamilton Houston Medallion of Merit.
Canada is reviewing the countrys deportation policies following revelations that a court decided nine years ago against deporting a man who was arrested last week on terror charges in an alleged plot
Guatemala’s highest court on Tuesday ordered that the genocide trial against one of the Central American country’s former dictators be taken over by a judge who wants the proceedings to go back to Square 1.
An arsonist who got a 15-year prison sentence for a 2010 blaze that injured six Detroit firefighters and paralyzed a seventh could get a lighter sentence because of an error by prosecutors, a federal appeals court ruled today
Credit rating agency’s parent company denies fraud, tells court that U.S. government suit is “a stretch”
One of the accusers in a long-standing Nova Scotia legal saga says even though the case against the man he says sexually abused him was thrown out, he hopes some good will come out of the Supreme Court ruling.