19-year-old Tayvin Galanakis posted his traffic stop arrest, despite not being intoxicated, on YouTube where it gained millions of views.
The state DMV went to extreme lengths to shield Waymo from having to release any information about how it obtained permits for self-driving taxis in San Francisco.
A United States judge upheld a subpoena requiring former Fox News reporter Catherine Herridge to reveal the identity of a confidential source, who allegedly committed a Privacy Act violation against Chinese American scientist Yanping Chen.
Despite deleted chats, Google says US wasn’t denied access to “material” info.
The only place in the world where the species is found is on 760 acres of wetlands about 100 miles east of Reno, Nevada, near a renewable energy project.
Facebook recommended groups that ‘openly advocated for violence,’ according to the lawsuit.
Steven Donziger’s legal saga has demonstrated deep-rooted conflicts of interest in the judicial system when it comes to climate justice.
A federal court ruled in favor of journalist Abby Martin, who was barred from speaking at Georgia Southern University after she refused to pledge she would not boycott Israel as a condition of her speaking contract.
Ad giant sued after mobile allowances eaten by hidden transfers.
Facebook Inc. is again being sued for allegedly spying on Instagram users, this time through the unauthorized use of their mobile phone cameras.
The Rolling Stones are threatening President Donald Trump with legal action for using their songs at his rallies despite cease-and-desist directives.
Comcast has won a US Supreme Court case against Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios Networks (ESN), dealing a major blow to Allen’s attempt to prove that Comcast’s refusal to carry ESN channels was motivated by racial bias.
Israel is one of only five nations in the world that refuse to sign the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, an international treaty aimed at ending the proliferation of nuclear weapons and achieving global nuclear disarmament.
“The government seeks to shield itself from all inquiry into the process by which it acts as prosecutor, judge, jury, and executioner.”
A 27-year-old businessman and resident of Mumbai, Raphael Samuel, is determined to drag his parents to court — for giving birth to him without his consent.