Your Wednesday morning headlines: The latest on Tiger Woods' condition after car crash; judge blocks Biden's 100-day deportation pause; weather whiplash in parts of US.
DETROIT (AP) — A judge overseeing misdemeanor charges against a former Michigan governor in the Flint water scandal said Tuesday that he's struggling with how to handle an aggressive effort to have the case dismissed.
The judge decided a plea deal that would have allowed Gregory Knudsen to avoid prison was too lenient.
A defense attorney says he is concerned about Edward Robertson’s capacity to understand the legal proceedings and that his client's expectations of the pending trial’s outcome are “far from reasonable.”
A U.S. District Judge in Montana has paused a rushed attempt by the Trump administration to restrict the science used by the EPA to make public health decisions.
The judge approved the adjournment of the confirmation hearing on Friday, scheduling a new hearing for March.
Amber Heard's lawyer has profusely denied Johnny Depp's legal team's accusation that Amber Heard has kept $7 million from their divorce settlement instead of giving it to the charity.
President-elect Joe Biden has selected Merrick Garland as his attorney general, two people familiar with the selection process said Wednesday.
In an interview Tuesday, Bruce Knell said that the charges against him all stemmed from a contentious divorce process.
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have divided physical custody of their daughter equally.
In January, a judge order the university to turn over documents that showed what led up to the former president's exit.
The case has attracted considerable social media attention, which a city official says has misrepresented what actually happened.
There’s plenty of noise but no cause for confusion as President Donald Trump vents about how the election turned out and vows to subvert it even still.
Mads Mikkelsen doesn't want to "completely detach" from Johnny Depp's performance in the 'Fantastic Beasts' franchise and thinks there should be "bridges" between his take on Gellart Grindelwald and the previous incantation.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers suffered another defeat in court Friday but they vowed to appeal to the Supreme Court. How much longer do they have? View a timeline and catch up on where matters stand.
The group that successfully campaigned to legalize medical and recreational marijuana in South Dakota through the ballot box will intervene in a lawsuit filed by law enforcement that challenges the constitutionality of the recreational amendment.