CEO: Google totally innocent or ignorant of many things
The CEO of Google appeared on Capitol Hill this week to answer lawmakers' questions about biased politics and Chinese censorship, and he returned to work after getting an earful.
"I serve all customers. I just can't celebrate all events," is the message a Washington state florist is making, again, to that state's highest court.
The trial continues over Kentucky's effort to end dismemberment abortions after 11 weeks of pregnancy.
It's back to the U.S. Supreme Court for a Pennsylvania property owner fighting a town ordinance.
A public school district in Kentucky that singled out a Christian student group has reportedly backed down after legal pushback.
A federal appeals court is mulling over its decision involving a Minnesota mother that could have big implications for parental rights.
A sociology professor fired for failing to present only the accepted liberal view of same-sex marriage has been reinstated.
It's time for the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene, says an immigration watchdog, after a notorious federal appeals court upheld an Obama-era executive order and overruled the Trump administration.
A Christian professor is taking his employer to court after being reprimanded for not using female titles and pronouns in conversations with a gender-confused male student.
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