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Judge denies J&J’s request to transfer 2,400 talc lawsuits to federal court

Containers of Johnson’s baby powder made by Johnson and Johnson are displayed on a shelf on

Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, Who Led Liberal Wing, Dies at 99

John Paul Stevens, whose 35 years on the United States Supreme Court transformed him, improbably, from

Tennessee man leads chase that ends with car in flames: court documents

A man accused of leading Tennessee deputies on a chase on Sunday that ended with the

Appeals court sides with Newtown in school shooting lawsuit

A Connecticut appeals court has upheld a lower court decision to throw out a lawsuit filed

US high court urged to take up texting suicide appeal

A woman who encouraged her suicidal boyfriend in a barrage of text messages to take his

Federal appeals court says Amazon is liable for third-party sellers’ products

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tours the facility at the grand opening of the Amazon Spheres, in

Ball in Europe’s court on nuclear deal’s future: Iranian state TV

DUBAI (Reuters) – The ball is in Europe’s court to shield Iran from U.S. sanctions and

With No Supreme Court End to Gerrymandering, Will States Make It More Extreme?

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — For most of this decade, North Carolina Democrats have complained that the Republican-led

Trump fumes as Supreme Court blocks census citizenship question

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday handed President Donald Trump a stinging defeat,

What Is Gerrymandering? And Why Did the Supreme Court Rule on It?

The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the federal courts cannot decide a question with momentous