Michael Hanline is poised to spend his first Thanksgiving outside of prison in 36 years. The longest-serving California inmate found to have been wrongfully convicted, Hanline was released on Nov. 24 after prosecutors owned up to numerous problems with the 1978 murder case against him.
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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is "resting comfortably" after undergoing a heart catheterization procedure on Wednesday. She was released from the hospital on Thursday.
A federal judge last week ruled papers from an Iraq war contractor’s internal inquiry into an alleged kickback scheme aren’t protected by attorney-client privilege in a whistleblower’s lawsuit against the company.
A top U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer on Friday defended the agency’s increased use of administrative proceedings in the face of critics who question the integrity of the forum.
The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers on Friday filed a notice of intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to issue a critical standard that sets the amount of ethanol and other renewable fuels to be blended into the gasoline supply.
T.G.I. Friday's Inc. and its parent companies are facing a class action for allegedly misleading customers on the price of drinks.
Several former college athletes have leveled restraint-of-trade allegations against the National Collegiate Athletics Association, in a class action filed in California Northern District Court.