The latest news on lawsuits
The bank's record $13 billion deal would end civil, but not criminal charges.
The lawsuit involving more than 4,500 former players appears to be resolved ahead of the 2013 season.
ACLU and NAACP allege law suppresses minority voter rights.
New human trafficking lawsuits were announced Thursday against a major U.S. shipbuilder.
Over the weekend, the U.S. Trade Representative sided with Apple in one battle with Samsung.
The man accused of kidnapping and holding three women captive for 10 years may avoid the death penalty.
The lawsuit alleges Bob Filner asked a former staffer to work without underwear and made other advances.
A federal class action suit claims D.C. cops have physically targeted black motorcyclists.
You can’t buy your own verdict, but you can pay for a speedier trial.
A Florida jury announced Saturday that George Zimmerman is not guilty of second-degree murder.