Chris Koster JEFFERSON CITY -- Party-switching State Sen. Chris Koster has turned the tables on Democratic front-runner Jeff Harris in the race to succeed Jay Nixon as Missouri Attorney General.
Stumbo FRANKFORT, Ky. - Facing a possible ethics probe, Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo says he is still encouraged by his progress toward finding a new job.
Cuomo NEW YORK - The social networking site Facebook.com will reform its safeguards as a result of a settlement with New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.
Tom Donohue SAN FRANCISCO -- U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue sharply criticized California's litigation climate and its impact on the state's economy in a speech delivered today.
Terry Goddard PHOENIX -- The state government has the power to suspend business licenses for hiring undocumented workers, Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard argued in a filing Friday.
Robin Conrad WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday turned down an opportunity to address the alleged overuse of federal anti-mafia statutes in civil suits against large corporations.
HARTFORD, Conn. - The State of Connecticut reached a settlement with a Norwich construction company but does not have to pay it, the state's Supreme Court unanimously decided Monday.
Foti BATON ROUGE, La. - Louisiana Attorney General Charles Foti is not only facing a challenge to his office from Republican Royal Alexander, but his spot on the Democratic ballot from the hard-charging James "Buddy" Caldwell.
Hood BIRMINGHAM - Federal prosecutors say trial lawyer Richard Scruggs, currently the target of criminal contempt charges, was offered advice by Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood before violating a judge's order.
Lisa Madigan SPRINGFIELD -- Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has sparked a financial dispute with a state agency better known for teaming-up with her on state pollution lawsuits.
MONTPELIER, Vt. - Instead of a lawsuit against paint companies, Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell decided to hold a pair of landlords responsible for the lead paint that remains on their buildings.
Cuomo NEW YORK - New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is widening his investigation into the student loan industry to include the direct marketing practices of certain companies and lenders.
Dann COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann recently terminated the contract his office gave to a Sandusky law firm because one of its partners contributed too much money to Dann's campaign.
Chief Justice Myron Steele DOVER, Del. - A witness apparently brought too much evidence with him to a medical malpractice trial, and the plaintiff will now get a second chance.
O'Donnell COLUMBUS, Ohio - An appellate court was wrong not to hear the case of asbestos defendants who want the cases against them tossed out of a special asbestos court, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
Lee LEXINGTON, Ky. - With the general election a month away, Kentucky's Attorney General candidates talked business regulation at a debate Monday.
Kaine, left, and Goodwyn RICHMOND - Having found itself without its longest serving member, the Virginia Supreme Court can now welcome its newest.
McGraw CHARLESTON, W. Va. - Changing its name didn't stop one Kanawha County business from being sued by West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
Stumbo PIKEVILLE, Ky. - The Commonwealth of Kentucky became the latest to jump on prescription drug manufacturer Purdue Pharma, filing a lawsuit Friday over the company's controversial painkiller OxyContin.
Coakley BOSTON - In a settlement considered the largest over allegations of violations of the federal New Source Review Program brought against a major power producer, American Electric Power resolved claims that it illegally refurbished its power plants.