WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed unsure Wednesday on whether it should order a new sentencing hearing for a man who confessed to kidnapping, raping and killing a 16-year-old girl in Kentucky. The justices heard arguments over Robert Keith Woodall’s ...Read More »
Here are some news items to hold you over until tonight’s major court case, Kansas v. Kentucky. — Facebook’s attorneys must act quickly. — Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer laments. — Do the NFL players, coaches allegedly involved in “Bountygate” need criminal ...Read More »
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A federal law requiring cigarette packages to carry graphic warnings about the dangers of smoking and restricts how tobacco products may be marketed and advertised passes constitutional muster, a federal appeals court ruled Monday. The case is ...Read More »
Gambling is shaping up to be one of the most interesting debates of the 2012 legislative session in Maryland and, underscoring the need that many in the General Assembly feel to approve table games, it’s going to be a big ...
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Truckers and other commercial drivers should be banned from talking on the phone and texting when they are behind the wheel, a federal safety agency decided Tuesday. The National Transportation Safety Board gave its recommendation at a ...Read More »
Maryland ranks as the fifth-worst state in the country for toxic air pollution caused by coal- and oil-fired power plants, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council. The environmental group and the Physicians for Social Responsibility on Wednesday jointly released ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday ruled against a Kentucky man who was arrested after police burst into his apartment without a search warrant because they smelled marijuana and feared he was trying to get rid of incriminating evidence. ...Read More »