Wed March 04
The 76-year-old real estate heir is charged with the one count of murder for killing Susan Berman in a case made famous by the series
The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.
Tue March 03
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was established to prevent the abuses that led to the 2008 financial crisis. Now the Trump administration is questioning its independent structure.
Sun March 01
A 32-year-old law makes it illegal for teachers in that state to speak about queer relationships, unless it's about sexually transmitted infections. But a federal lawsuit could change that.
Fri February 28
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled to uphold a lower-court's injunction on the controversial policy, saying it "is invalid in its entirety" because of its inconsistency with federal asylum law.
Thu February 27
Lawyers for Lee Boyd Malvo, who shot and killed 10 people as a teen and was sentenced to life in prison without parole, pulled the case from the high court. Under a new law, he could seek parole.
Wed February 26
The court ruled that the parents of a Mexican boy shot and killed by a border patrol agent cannot sue the officer. It also heard arguments in a free-speech case involving immigration.
Tue February 25
In a 5-4 decision, the court ruled Tuesday that families of noncitizens shot by federal agents on foreign territory have no constitutional right to sue for damages in U.S. courts.
Mon February 24
The U.S. government wants the WikiLeaks co-founder to face 18 charges related to illegally obtaining and disclosing classified data. Assange's lawyers argue that the case is politically motivated.