Chevron, Exxon Face Fisheries in Lawsuit Over Climate and Crabs
The most destructive wildfires in California’s history have killed at least 31 people and forced thousands more to evacuate.
ACLU Sues Trump Administration to Halt Blockade of Asylum Claims
Dreamers Win Appeal in Fight Over Young Immigrants Program
Democrats Win Majority of AG Seats, ‘Last Line of Resistance’ Against Trump
Democrat Upsets Trump Ally Kris Kobach in Kansas Governor’s Race
The trial will cast a spotlight on work-visa programs companies use to bring overseas workers to the U.S.
Teens’ Climate Lawsuit Can Proceed, But Without Trump, Judge Says
Alleged Russian Hacker Committed to Feds for Mental Evaluation
Trump Blocked From Deporting 300,000 Protected Immigrants
Trump Administration Sues California Over Net Neutrality Law
Judge Chen asked a Justice Department attorney at the hearing if the phrase was code for Trump’s racial animus.
California, New Mexico Sue Trump for Axing Methane-Waste Rules
Russian Who Ran Kelihos Botnet Pleads Guilty in Connecticut
Bitcoin Suspect Could Shed Light on Russians Targeted by U.S.
Defense Distributed, a self-described private-defense firm, has received more than 600 orders for 10 gun templates since Monday.
Jailed Russian of Interest in U.S. Election Probe, Official Says
Trump Security Team to Face Jury for 2015 Attack on Activists
Accused Russian Hacker's Lawyers Say He May Be Mentally Ill
Immigration Judges Cry Foul on Sessions Role in Deportation Case
Ten years after faulty mortgages upended the global financial system, Wells Fargo agreed to settle a U.S. probe for $2.09 billion.