Last month’s botched Oklahoma execution has led to increased awareness about questionable sources of drugs used for lethal injection by states in the U.S.
After the famous tape of Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist remarks was leaked to the media, he has faced fines, bans, and forced to sell the team.
General Mills faced a disaster after a report stated that people who “like” the company on FB automatically give up their rights to sue them.
Many celebrities have taken action to strengthen laws protecting celebrity children or boycott publications that put children at risk.
Here are some interesting differences in the South African legal system Americans may have discovered while following the Oscar Pistorius trial.
Every dollar you give isn’t going directly to the victims you’re intending to help. So where does it go?
Last year Emerson College students came up with the phrase “Boston Strong” and later started selling T-shirts to raise money for victims.
While pushing the truth is probably expected when it comes to advertising, making false claims is intolerable — oh, and illegal.
What is medical child abuse, and who determines a child’s best interests — medical professionals, or the parents?
In light of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, questions have been raised over what happens when your passport is scanned.