The UK government's decision to permit the use of two of three banned pesticides linked to declining bee populations is being challenged in high court by the environmental group, Friends of the Earth (FOE).
The U.S. Supreme Court today upheld the individual mandate requiring Americans to buy health insurance or pay a penalty, the integral part of President Obama's signature health care law. The mandate is permissible under Congress’s taxing authority.
The Texas Supreme Court ruled on Friday Governor Rick Perry’s travel details can remain secret, overturning rulings by two lower courts which declared Department of Public Safety (DPS) troopers’ travel vouchers be made public.
A UK footballer who took out a super-injunction preventing the media from mentioning his name in a sex scandal, is to lodge a High Court order against Twitter after his identity was revealed in a tweet on the micro-blogging website.
A new and very dubious phenomenon has struck the UK: A company called ACS:Law has been sending bulk mail to computer users alleging they have illegally downloaded material including pornography and demanding money in settlement. Not so fast, gentlemen.
Ronnie Biggs, one of the Great Train Robbers, has been granted permission to challenge his parole ban, issued by the Justice Secretary, while his doctor advises that he has little chance of recovering from severe pneumonia.