Californina mulls extending the eviction moratorium until low-wage workers return to work despite incentivizing them to stay at home.
A federal judge sided with Florida on Friday, approving the state's injunction against the CDC's order restricting the cruise industry.
McCloskeys Plead Guilty, Come Out Swinging with Fiery Statement: 'By G** I Did It, And I'd Do It Again'
The St. Louis couple who went viral last year for waving guns at protesters pleaded guilty to minor charges on Thursday.
Justice Stephen Breyer wrote the majority opinion with Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch dissenting.
Op-Ed: Remember the 'Karen' Who Called the Cops on a Black Birdwatcher? She Might Get the Last Laugh
'While social media can cancel anyone they want at any time, cancel culture doesn’t legally extend to the workplace.'
Roughly 9,000 officers converged on 700 locations in Australia, New Zealand, the U.S. and Europe. It took a mere 48 hours.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas has won a legal battle with the Federal Election Commission over donations to his campaign.
The US government argued that a Georgia police officer's actions violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
A prominent beauty influencer is suing Sephora for defamation, alleging that the company targeted her for being a conservative Christian.
A branch of the Sackler family launched a website arguing that its role fueling the opioid crisis was overstated as part of a smear campaign.
'If the WTA further digs in on a legally untenable position, where we may be heading is to court - and not the red clay kind.'
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott vowed to punish those cities that attempt to defund municipal police departments.
'This is a simple restoration of Texans’ constitutional right under the Second Amendment, a right of the people to keep and bear arms.'
Citizens Rip Power Back from Governor, Enact Constitutional Amendments to Make Sure It Won't Happen Again
Nowhere were these emergency powers more egregiously abused than in states, cities and towns governed by Democrats.
Apple is completing its first data center in China, but the CCP is allegedly forcing Apple to give up the keys to monitor its citizens.
Anti-price gouging laws ensured that prices remained unaffected during the gasoline shortage, allowing hoarders to fill every container.
'Neither the holding nor logic of Cady justifies such warrantless searches and seizures in the home,' Justice Clarence Thomas wrote.
Trump is expected to stay at his golf club in New Jersey for the next few months, potentially taking DeSantis' involvement off the table.
A big cat wandering the streets of Houston is wild enough, but there's a new mystery - and a charge of murder - involved as well.
Reid suggested Cruz was a traitor to Hispanics and said that if HR 1 fails to pass, America may never see free and fair elections again.
'All by themselves - hungry, crying, one didn't have any clothes on. Crawling, one wasn't even old enough to walk, crawling around.'