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A federal judge on Wednesday found North Korea and Iran liable for damages caused by a series of missile attacks on Israel in 2006.
Two appeals courts on Tuesday reached radically different conclusions about whether millions of consumers in 36 states can use tax credits to help buy health coverage on the federal health insurance marketplace.
Two appeals courts on Tuesday split over the Affordable Care Act, reaching different conclusions about whether tax credits can help consumers buy coverage in the 36 states that use the federal health insurance marketplace.
A former Guantanamo Bay detainee can’t get his money back, a federal judge ruled Monday.
A top civilian appeals court on Friday bluntly rejected efforts by alleged military sexual assault victims to sue former officials.
An estimated 46,000 non-violent drug offenders, including more than 10,000 convicted in Texas alone, could get out of prison earlier, under recommendations adopted Friday by the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
Empty buildings and the rubble of ruined relationships occupy the site where an Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial was supposed to rise.
U.S. District Judge James Boasberg, in his latest opinion, shows yet again how to write with flair.
A federal appeals court may have ended, once and for all, an extraordinarily protracted legal fight over a proposed Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial.
The Yale Law School scholar and prominent military legal expert now representing Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl said Wednesday that investigators have been “cordial and professional” as they begin their inquiries.