Recent Articles from The Associated Press
The court reversed a lower court ruling in deciding that Arizona’s limits on who can return early ballots for another person and refusal to count ballots cast in the wrong precinct are not racially discriminatory.
Prosecutors may file aiding and abetting third-degree murder charges against three former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd.
Mayo Clinic has been sued by three female patients who say a former surgery resident viewed nude photographs of them in their medical records.
A former marijuana smuggler can practice law in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Pennsylvania’s highest court threw out Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction, ruling that the prosecutor who brought the case was bound by his predecessor’s agreement not to charge Cosby.
The Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday indefinitely suspended the law license of frequent justice candidate Michelle MacDonald, affirming a referee's finding that she violated the state's rules of professional conduct by falsely impugning the integrity of a judge.
The Minnesota Senate approved a modest set of police accountability measures early Wednesday that’s part of a broader public safety budget bill.
The Supreme Court sided with California agriculture businesses that objected to a state regulation giving unions access to farm property in order to organize workers.
Before the justices wrap up their work, likely later this week, they could say whether they’ll add more high-profile issues beginning in October.
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