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Kennedy broke some barriers, but still had a mixed record when it came to judicial appointments.
Bulgarians are fed up with government corruption.
Surveillance court, NSA face scrutiny on email address collection.
A judge’s ruling that strippers can’t be treated as independent contractors is good news for workers everywhere.
Court hears arguments in Verizon lawsuit against net neutrality.
The judge pledged to protect respect for religion, but she’s really imposing her own beliefs.
BOSTON (AP) — The guilty verdicts against James "Whitey" Bulger brought catharsis and closure to relatives of the 11 victims in whose killings he was convicted of playing a role, but for the families of the eight people whose deaths couldn't be definitively linked to the Boston mob boss, peace will be harder to come by.
Jury finds former Boston mob boss guilty of 31 of 32 charges and 11 of 19 murders Monday.
Judge rules practice unconstitutional following trial in which plaintiffs argued the NYPD had targeted black and Latino neighborhoods.
2 UMass Dartmouth students face obstruction of justice charges for removing items from suspect's dorm.