Advocates say court ruling that decriminalises abortion in rape cases is an important step, but struggle continues.
With a sharp rebuke, the court overturned a district judge's decision to deny two transgender people the right to change their birth certificates to reflect their gender identity
Germany's highest court says the current law puts the burden of curbing CO2 emissions on the young.
Anger is growing in France over the court ruling that the killer of a Jewish woman was not criminally responsible for her murder because he was "delirious" from drugs at the time of the crime.
Biden has pledged to revive protections for all LGBTQ people that the Trump administration rolled back.
Lawyers for the Biden administration on Wednesday will urge the Supreme Court to rule against free-speech rights for a foul-mouthed cheerleader who was kicked off the team for using the F-word on Snapchat. The Justice Department’s acting solicitor general will warn the justices that ruling against the Pennsylvania school district
Canada’s supreme court decision on the Sinixt people could affirm hunting rights for tens of thousands
During his many years on the U.S. Supreme Court, the late Justice Antonin Scalia lived up to his reputation as a staunch social conservative — and he not only had strong disagreements with liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but also, with the right-wing libertarian Justice Anthony Kennedy (who retired in 2018 and was, like Scalia, a Ronald Reagan appointee). But journalist Mark Joseph Stern, in an article published by Slate this week, argues that Scalia would have major issues with the High...
Court papers obtained by DailyMail.com reveal LA Superior Court Judge David Cowan this week reassigned Nicole Young's civil suit to family court to be combined with her divorce from Dr. Dre.
In a 9-0 ruling, the justices said the Federal Trade Commission cannot force companies that engage in wrongdoing to pay restitution to consumers.
The 12-person jury tasked with deciding whether ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin is guilty of killing George Floyd began its first full day of deliberations Tuesday as the nation anxiously awaits a verdict.
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking the Supreme Court to provide access to the rulings of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, arguing there is a First Amendment right to access the classified decisions on the legality of obtaining wiretaps and other surveillance against Americans allegedly tied to foreign intelligence threats.