Mario Cuomo Bridge builders sued New York State Thruway Authority for $961 million plus interest. The lawsuit says the Thruway interfered in the project, leading to higher costs.
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump argued it is unconstitutional to impeach a former president and declared the coming Senate trial “political theater” in a pretrial brief Monday that offered the fullest picture of their defense.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s not guilty plea to charges of corruption sets the stage for a lengthy legal fight to determine the political fate of the country’s longest-serving leader.
After 9/11, the U.S. retooled the federal security apparatus to pinpoint and thwart threats. That system failed ahead of the Capitol riot.
China officially charged an Australian journalist, Cheng Lei, who had been held in detention on suspicion of supplying state secrets overseas.
Key details of former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and the Biden administration’s $1.9-trillion relief bill are still being completed.
The New York State Board of Elections is scheduled this week to finally certify results for an upstate congressional seat after months of court proceedings exposed errors at the county level.
A battle over vanilla flavoring is raging in federal courts, where plaintiffs’ attorneys say items ranging from ice cream to cake mix actually have no vanilla at all; the Rocky Road, Tutti-frutti argument
The Maryland Democrat faces an immediate challenge as the top prosecutor in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump: Many of the senators acting as jurors don’t think there should be one.
After facing mass detentions and police violence against protesters, the opposition in Russia is shifting its focus to parliamentary elections later this year as it seeks to maintain momentum.
In a new book, “Power Moms,” mothers who reached the top of the corporate ladder explain why feeling guilty over work and family is both futile and a waste of energy.
Groundhog Day is celebrated in Pennsylvania, U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick is honored, Alexei Navalny is sentenced and more from The Wall Street Journal’s photo editors.
In many parts of the world, travelers must show a negative Covid-19 test before catching a flight, but a number of recent arrests suggest the results won’t all be authentic.
The Supreme Court exempted churches from California’s public-health order banning indoor gatherings in counties suffering widespread risk of Covid-19 infections, but permitted the state to forbid singing and chanting at worship services.
The lawsuit against Fox News filed Thursday by Smartmatic USA mentioned remarks made about the company by anchors including Lou Dobbs.
Health reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr. and audio producer Andy Mills are leaving over allegations of improper conduct.
The ruling follows a court-supervised canvass and allows the Republican candidate to regain a seat she lost in 2018 to Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi, resolving the last 2020 congressional contest.
Prosecutors are recommending that William McGlashan Jr. receive a three-month prison sentence and pay a $250,000 fine.
How a task force meant to get guns off Baltimore’s streets became a nest of corruption.
The U.K.’s Supreme Court placed a check on the country’s major economic crimes investigative agency.