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The ‘space kingdom’ Asgardia says it’s the first nation with all of its territory in orbit — but legal experts are dubious
Asgardia, a group that's trying to become the first country in space, claims its first satellite is all of its territory. But experts aren't so sure.
Hillary Clinton decided to go to Yale law school after a Harvard professor told her: ‘We don’t need any more women at Harvard’
Hillary Clinton described how a Harvard law professor dissuaded her from attending his school because "We don't need any more women at Harvard."
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has reportedly been putting bodies of people killed by trains into employee break rooms, lunch rooms, or bathrooms.
Customs and Border Protection admitted to wasting more than $5 million on lie-detector tests for ‘unsuitable’ job applicants
A government agency spent millions of dollars on lie detector tests for those who already admitted to drug use or criminal activity.
Officials at Teesside Magistrates' Court were at a loss after no Mandarin interpreter was available.
A law firm leading several cases against Fox News is trying to torpedo the $15 billion Fox-Sky merger
Lawyers that represented several Fox News employees suing the network said that its top executives are misleading British authorities.
Being indicted by a grand jury does not mean that a person is guilty of a crime.
On June 16, 20-year-old Michelle Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for sending hundreds of texts encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself.
After body cameras showed a Baltimore cop appearing to plant drug evidence in order to arrest a man, more than 100 cases will be reviewed.
"A wise man once said a true history of the world is a history of great conversations in elegant rooms," wrote Florida circuit judge Robin S. Rosenbaum.