Sessions will remain closed to the public out of safety and health concerns. Oral arguments will continue to be live-streamed in the fall.
A California parole board recommended Sirhan Sirhan for parole after two of RFK's sons spoke in his support. Six of their siblings opposed it.
Lawyers sued hundreds of websites for being inaccessible to blind people. Contrary to court filings, one of their clients can actually read.
Only a handful of states actually track and report data on guardianships, and that data is often hard to sort through or use to inform policy decisions.
A Miami-Dade judge gave the go-ahead for funds from roughly $3 million in insurance payouts to be disbursed to condo owners.
The pop star asked LA judge Brenda Penny to help end the conservatorship, which was granted in 2008 and extended repeatedly.
In her 24-minute statement, Spears made several allegations, including abuse from a previous therapist and being forced to take lithium.
YouTube scammers used images and a video of Wozniak to convince viewers the Apple cofounder was hosting a live bitcoin giveaway.
Norwegian customers filed a lawsuit against Tesla that said a software update on their Model S cars slowed charging speeds and cut battery life.
Xbox consoles have never been profitable, a Microsoft representative said in a court testimony on Wednesday.
Bill gates' lawyer Ted Billbe previously represented Bezos' ex-wife MacKenzie Scott. Melinda Gates' lawyer Sherri Anderson represented Bezos.
The Zoom butt injection was broadcast while the woman, accused of theft, was waiting to be heard by the judge.
Barry Brodd said Chauvin's actions were justified and in line with police training. Previous law enforcement witnesses had said the opposite.
The state called its final witness Monday after having medical and policing experts testify. The defense will now present its case.
Courteney Ross and George Floyd dated until the day he died. She described his active lifestyle, caring demeanor, and how he began using drugs.
Trump doled out lifetime appointments to more than three times as many male judges as female judges - 174 men and only 55 women.
Bystanders testified they felt desperate and helpless when they begged Derek Chauvin to get off George Floyd, but his behavior didn't change.