Jury decided Elon Musk didn’t defraud investors with his 2018 tweets about Tesla deal that quickly unraveled and raised questions about misled investors.
California judge halted state’s so-called COVID-19 misinformation and disinformation law challenged by doctors who claimed it violates their constitutional rights.
Florida Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments against state’s 15-week abortion ban, as lawmakers likely to discuss restrictions on abortions in legislative session.
A federal judge has upheld Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ suspension of a liberal state attorney who refuses to uphold Florida’s 15-week abortion ban.
Supreme Court released report stating that, after internal investigation, the leaker of a draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade last year couldn’t be identified.
Supreme Court turned away an emergency request from firearms dealers to halt a months-old New York law that imposed new restrictions on gun purchases and dealers.
Justices decided against hearing arguments in Raland Brunson v. Alma Adams after case was distributed for justices to consider during Jan. 6 conference.
U.S. Supreme Court rejected challenge to reinstate Trump-era policy blocking immigrants from permanent residency status if qualifying for government benefits.
The U.S. government was wrong when it said a ban on machine guns applied to bump stocks, a federal court ruled on January 6, 2023.
A West Virginia law that prohibits people from participating on single-sex sports teams that don’t match their biological sex is constitutional, a judge ruled.
Texas Supreme Court denied Texas father’s petition to bring 10-year-old son home from California, where boy’s mother can chemically castrate child under new law.
Supreme Court is scheduled to look at case from Florida on whether states have power to regulate how social media companies moderate content on their platforms.
The Supreme Court allowed Title 42, the Trump-era immigration and public health order, to remain in place for the time being.
12 states and DC allow local governments and private investors to seize dramatically more than what is owed from homeowners who fall behind on property tax payments.