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Texas Supreme Court's ruling will complicate state's investigation into sexual abuse, experts say.
The analysis of 107 cases after 9/11 adds fuel to the debate over whether military tribunals are needed.
In two rulings Tuesday, the justices took an expansive view of civil rights law.
Texas Supreme Court is set to weigh in on state's actions toward a polygamous sect.
The Supreme Court allows a 2003 law dealing with 'virtual' child porn that some thought was too broad.
When hearings begin Monday for individual FLDS families, the state's conditions for reunification will get clearer.
Thursday's ruling makes it the second state to legalize same-sex marriage.
The suit argues that by doing business with South Africa, the companies abetted the racist former regime.
Unresolved: Can spouses of victims of China's population control claim harm if they weren't officially married?
This week's massive bust at San Diego State highlights the rise in university cooperation with law enforcement.
The jury verdict comes in the first of five lawsuits seeking compensation for backyard trees destroyed in disease-prevention efforts.
They're protesting Bush administration policies. But polls show Americans are split on the issue.
Homeowners suing the state say its disease-prevention efforts destroyed thousands of healthy trees.
Law officers in Arizona and Utah say their method of confronting the FLDS must differ from that of Texas.
Monday's ruling gives a green light to aggressive antifraud efforts often favored by the GOP.
Robert DeKelaita, himself from Iraq, has helped hundreds gain asylum in the US.
MetLife withdrew the long-term disability benefits of an Ohio woman after she got better.
Amid a budget crisis, the state is under pressure to approve $7 billion more for prison healthcare.
The Supreme Court's answer could affect some murder, domestic-abuse, and child-molestation cases.
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