Fox News reporter Jana Winter may use New York's Shield Law to block a subpoena issued by a Colorado court to compel her to reveal her sources for an article about James Holmes, the "Batman" theater shooter, a divided New York Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
The law is diversifying at a much slower rate than are other professions, according to a study commissioned by Microsoft Corp., which shows that the percentage of African American and Hispanic attorneys inched up by a mere 0.8 percent between 2003 and 2012.
Agents with the California Department of Justice have arrested the owner of a "revenge-porn" website who allegedly allowed anonymous users to post more than 10,000 explicit photos of individuals along with their names, locations, ages and Facebook links.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a key Clean Air Act case on Tuesday, with justices displaying mixed feelings about the balance of power between the Environmental Protection Agency and the states in regulating air pollution that drifts across state lines.
Stanley Stallworth, a 50-year-old real estate partner with Sidley Austin in Chicago, has been accused along with his nephew of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old man while the alleged victim was passed out on Thanksgiving.
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