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A Saudi judge ordered that a man who caused the amputation of another Saudi's leg with a gunshot must now face the same fate: He must have his leg cut off.
After a year and a half of living as a hermit, George Zimmerman emerged from a Florida courthouse a free man, cleared of all charges in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
A Saudi princess charged with human trafficking was freed after her country's consulate posted her $5 million bail, but authorities imposed strict travel requirements and GPS tracking to keep her in Southern California.
George Zimmerman is innocent. The evidence clearly shows this. Yet the liberal media have already convicted him in the court of public opinion.
Chauncey Billups wanted to stay with the Detroit Pistons for the rest of his career.
Kobe Bryant is working hard to get back on the court and not wasting any time thinking about Dwight Howard.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are taking a chance on Andrew Bynum and his creaky knees.
A judge on Tuesday denied class-action status in a lawsuit filed by ticket-holders who were displaced when seats weren't properly installed for the 2011 Super Bowl in Texas.
BP is heading into a Louisiana courtroom Monday to stop a feeding frenzy. Lawyers for the energy giant are going before a federal appeals court to rectify an egregious misreading of the company's settlement agreement with businesses affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.