Scooter Braun's wife has finally responded to his request for a divorce after he filed court documents back in July.
The Chicago police unions’ unfair labor practice claims against the city over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate will be heard before a judge, the state’s labor board has determined.
Not one thing has changed in medicine or civil rights or the Constitution in recent decades that would suggest that rulings be overturned.
NEW YORK (AP) — As Donald Trump's lawyers try to block the White House from releasing records to the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, the former president faces a flurry of other investigations that could come to a head in the coming weeks and the new year.
NorthShore University HealthSystem may take action against workers with religious objections to getting COVID-19 vaccinations, for now, while a case over the matter is underway, a federal judge decided Tuesday.
Sandra Bullock has insisted she won't walk down the aisle again because she doesn't need a marriage certificate to show how much she loves her man.
Q: Because of COVID-19, I signed a lease prior to seeing my apartment. I was advised it was under renovations. After I signed it, I was shown the apartment and it was uninhabitable. I did not move in, and I don’t have the keys.
Some marketing experts say Kyle Rittenhouse, who met with Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago this week, may be able to leverage his story into lucrative paid appearances and even a book.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — A jury ordered 17 white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than $26 million in damages Tuesday over the violence that erupted during the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in 2017.
In a mixed verdict, a jury awarded more than $25 million in damages Tuesday against white nationalist leaders for violence that erupted during the 2017 Unite the Right rally.
Kevin Spacey faces paying out more than $30 million to 'House of Cards' producers after losing his arbitration appeal.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has ruled that Kobe Bryant's widow must turn over her therapy records to Los Angeles County in her lawsuit claiming she suffered emotional distress after first responders took and shared graphic photos from the site of the 2020 helicopter crash that killed the basketball star, his teenage daughter and seven others.
Here's what you might have missed in Illinois news this week...
Britney Spears' former conservator is "happy to continue working" for the star to assist with her "freedom and independence" after the singer's conservatorship was finally terminated.
Britney Spears celebrated the “best day ever” on Friday (12.11.21) as she marked the end of her conservatorship, after a judge officially terminated it.
Britney Spears’ conservatorship has officially been terminated 13 years after she was placed under it, after a judge said the controlling court order was "no longer required".
Britney is free. A Los Angeles judge on Friday ended the conservatorship that has controlled Britney Spears' life and money for nearly 14 years.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker joins Brig. Gen. Patricia Wallace, Mayor Lori Lightfoot and community leaders for a Veterans Day commemoration ceremony.
After Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday, his defense attorneys are continuing to call other witnesses this week. Watch the proceedings here.
More than 20 Chicago labor unions have filed a complaint in Cook County Circuit Court against Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate, seeking the same deadline suspension that a judge granted Chicago police officers.
The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is continuing for the seventh day in Kenosha. Watch the proceedings here.
The trial of Kyle Rittenhouse is continuing for the second week in Kenosha. Watch the proceedings here.
Paris Hilton has confirmed Kim Kardashian West is invited to her wedding, which will take place on November 11 at the Bel-Air estate of her late grandfather, hotelier and philanthropist Barron Hilton.