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he California attorney general's office has sued three companies over allegations that they misled consumers and violated state law by marketing plastic water bottles as biodegradable.
Connecticut has yielded to requests from American Indian tribes seeking a larger law enforcement role at two of the country's largest casinos, slashing the amount the resorts will have to pay the state back for the services of state police troopers and other security agents, officials said Monday.
On Oct. 14, a federal judge blocked key portions of Alabama's new immigration law after several groups, including the Obama Justice Department and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), asked for an injunction. The Justice Department claims that states that assist in enforcing federal immigration laws are violating the constitutional separation of powers.
A federal appeals court declined to rehear the case of a war memorial cross in a public park in San Diego that was deemed unconstitutional, but a group trying to preserve the monument vowed Monday to appeal to the Supreme Court.
A federal appeals court Friday blocked a key part of Alabama's law that requires schools to check the immigration status of students, temporarily weakening what was considered the toughest immigration law in the nation.
A group of abortion clinics, doctors and pro-choice groups are suing to block a North Carolina law that would require a pregnant woman to have an ultrasound and receive information about her fetus before she can obtain an abortion.
Anwar al-Awlaki, American-born, a gifted Muslim preacher and savvy Internet operator, became a powerful al Qaeda tool for recruiting in the West, its English-speaking voice spreading a terrorist credo via a blog, social media posts and email exchanges.
A federal judge refused on Thursday to block enforcement of a new Kansas law that restricts insurance coverage for abortions.
One of Michael Jackson's bodyguards had barely stepped into the singer's bedroom when he heard a scream: "Daddy!" Jackson's young daughter cried.