Police: Body of deceased woman, 30 human cremains found at house after ex-funeral home owner evicted
The grisly discovery occurred Feb. 6 during a court-ordered eviction of a Denver house rented by 33-year-old Miles Harford, who owned Apollo Funeral and Cremation Services in the Denver suburb of Littleton.
No immediate ruling after preliminary injunction hearing in Tennessee, Virginia NIL lawsuit vs. NCAA
A federal judge will rule 'in short order' on a preliminary injunction requested by the states of Tennessee and Virginia to stop the NCAA from enforcing its rules governing name, image and likeness compensation for athletes.
Trump asks Supreme Court to put off his election interference trial, claiming immunity
Former President Donald Trump is asking the Supreme Court to extend the delay in his election interference trial and ultimately find him immune from prosecution on charges he plotted to overturn his 2020 election loss.
Trump's presidential bid hangs in the balance in a Supreme Court case that's broken new legal ground
On Thursday, the justices will hear arguments in Trump's appeal of a Colorado Supreme Court ruling that he's not eligible to run again for president because he violated a provision in the 14th Amendment.
Judge keeps NCAA's restrictions on NIL in place for now, denying request by Tennessee and Virginia
A judge has kept in place NCAA rules prohibiting name, image and likeness compensation being used as a recruiting inducement, denying a request for a temporary restraining order by the states of Tennessee and Virginia.
Here's how 2 sentences in the Constitution rose from obscurity to ensnare Donald Trump
On Thursday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether Donald Trump can remain on the ballot in Colorado, where that state's highest court ruled that he violated a constitutional provision targeting those who 'engaged in insurrection.'
Tennessee AG says NCAA is defending 'world that doesn't exists' in request to have NIL rules lifted
The attorneys general of Tennessee and Virginia are seeking a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction as part of their federal lawsuit arguing the group's NIL rules violate antitrust law.