By IZZY KAPNICK
Extinguishing a veritable media frenzy Wednesday, a Florida judge temporarily blocked the release of video that police claim shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft being sexually pleasured by a spa worker.
By JOE KELLY
Two Chicago nonprofits filed a lawsuit against the city in state court on Wednesday, claiming the city council’s approval of plans to use billions in taxpayer money to redevelop a predominantly white, wealthy area violates laws protecting civil rights and governing tax allocation.
By ALEXANDRA JONES
Recasting claims that it spent nearly a decade shaping in federal court, a Paris gallery demands more than $18 million from a New York art dealer that it accuses of spoiling its contract with a now-deceased Chinese-French painter.
By NATHAN SOLIS
The Writers Guild of America sued four major talent agencies Wednesday, claiming the agencies have benefited from packaging fees that violate state and federal law at the expense of the union’s 20,000 scribes.
By AMANDA OTTAWAY
The New York City Board of Health voted unanimously Wednesday to continue an emergency measles vaccination order, part of bid to squelch an outbreak that has already sickened hundreds.
By NICK CAHILL
With a goal of lowering prescription drug costs, Los Angeles County officials said Wednesday they will join a new state program that allows the county to bargain directly with drug companies.
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In a major reversal of U.S immigration and human rights policy, Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday declared that detained asylum-seekers who have shown they have a credible fear of returning to their country will no longer be able to ask a judge to grant them bond.
Stepping up pressure on Cuba, the Trump administration will allow lawsuits against foreign companies doing business in properties seized from Americans after the island’s 1959 revolution, a senior administration official said.
U.S. health regulators on Tuesday halted sales of a type of surgical mesh used to repair pelvic conditions in women, following years of patients’ reports of injuries and complications from the implants.
A Connecticut appeals court is to hear arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit alleging Sandy Hook Elementary School officials failed to order a lockdown that could have saved lives before a gunman killed 20 first-graders and six educators in 2012.
Recognizing its importance as an indicator species for clean water, Pennsylvania lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to designate a state amphibian: an enormous salamander called the Eastern hellbender.
By KEVIN LESSMILLER
The U.S. trade gap dropped nearly $2 billion in February to the lowest level in eight months, driven by a sharp decrease in the closely watched deficit with China amid an ongoing trade war.
By BRAD KUTNER
Continuing his East Coast campaign blitz, 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke told Virginians in a packed hotel ballroom Tuesday they could keep the blue wave rolling, by both supporting his candidacy and fighting to take over the statehouse.