5 months ago

New Texas voter ID law discriminates, federal judge rules

Attorney General Ken Paxton called the ruling "outrageous" and vowed to appeal the decision with the 5th Circuit. The ruling is the latest loss for Texas on the issue of voting rights.

A federal court blocked Texas voter ID law Sen read more...

1 year ago

Brand new security cameras capture huge inmate brawl at Northern California jail

Up to 30 inmates at a Northern California jail threw punches at each other when a huge brawl broke out in front of security cameras installed only 24 hours earlier.

Santa Clara County Jail officials were about to hold a press conference ann read more...

1 year ago

California Gov. Brown blasts Arizona, Nevada gun laws

In wake of the San Bernardino massacre which left 14 dead earlier this week, California Gov. Jerry Brown went on the attack Saturday slamming neighboring states' gun laws.

Brown told the Sacramento Bee that Nevada and Arizona are a "giganti read more...

1 year ago

State vs. Federal Law: Who Really Holds the Trump Card?

1 year ago

Lawsuits seek to abolish city, state, and federal bail bond systems

SAN FRANCISCO -- Crystal Patterson didn't have the cash or assets to post $150,000 bail and get out of jail after her arrest for assault in October.

So Patterson, 39, promised to pay a bail bonds company $15,000 plus interest to put up the read more...