Legal Experts To Weigh In On Last Day Of Judge Jackson Hearings
The American Bar Association, which evaluates judicial nominees, last week gave Judge Jackson its highest rating, unanimously "well qualified."
Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford to release memoir
The university professor's book, “One Way Back,” is scheduled for publication in March of next year.
Coach who won Supreme Court case about praying on field has resigned
Bremerton High School Assistant Coach Joe Kennedy made the announcement, saying he needed to care for an ailing family member.
Supreme Court blocks OxyContin maker's bankruptcy deal
A key component of the agreement would shield Sackler family members, who are not seeking bankruptcy protection as individuals, from lawsuits.
Exclusive: Hawaii Gov. Josh Green talks climate change, Maui fires
Gov. Josh Green talks exclusively with Scripps News about the unprecedented wildfires on Maui, and the need to address climate change.
Police, bystanders lift overturned car off trapped 19-year-old driver
Police officers jumped into action along with several bystanders to save a 19-year-old's life after his car overturned.
Trump says he advocated for autoworkers, union leaders disagree
Union leadership cite unfavorable rulings from the nation’s top labor board and the Supreme Court under Trump, as well as unfulfilled promises.