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Jeff Sessions Is Just Getting Started on Deporting More Immigrants

AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks during a news conference at the Justice Department  T his could be Jeff Sessions’s year. Not that he wasn’t busy in 2017, a year marked by his rescinding Deferred Action for...Show More Summary

'RBG': New Documentary Celebrates Life of Groundbreaking Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

She's not only an accomplished judge, but a pop culture icon. One of the most talked-about documentaries at this year’s Sundance Film Festival looks at the groundbreaking life of the nearly 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Show More Summary

Spring Speaking Engagements–Including Talks on My Upcoming Scalia Book, The Justice of Contradictions

I’ll be doing a fair amount of speaking in the spring, some (but not all) of it connected to the upcoming publication of my book, The Justice of Contradictions: Antonin Scalia and the Politics of Disruption (Yale University Press 2018). … Continue reading ?

FBI Agents Discussed "Secret Society" Within DOJ And FBI Working To Undermine Trump

Congressional investigators learned from a new batch of text messages between anti-Trump FBI investigators that a "secret society of folks" within the Department of Justice and the FBI may have come together in the "immediate aftermath" of the 2016 election to undermine President Trump, according to Rep. Show More Summary

Diversity is not an option

By Will Newman of Canby, Oregon. Will is a retired organic farmer & small business consultant, and a non-retired advocate for justice and equality. I am a farmer, so I attempt to influence what grows where, and when. That’s called agriculture. Show More Summary

Trump’s FBI director threatened to quit amid Sessions’ pressure to ‘clean house’: report

8 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

After the White House pressured FBI Director Christopher Wray to fire his deputy director amid a rumored Justice Department purge, the former threatened to quit. As Axios reported Monday night, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been pushing Wray to fire FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe in an...

Justice League Wonder Woman Bust

There might not have been any Kryptonians or Lanterns around when Steppenwolf arrived on Earth, but the Justice League Wonder Woman Bust proves that at least one feisty Amazon was around to fight the good fight. Standing approximately 17-inches tall and based on Gal Gadot’s [...]

Nic Cage Gives Awkward Review Of Justice League

Nic Cage's 'Justice League' Review Nic Cage gives his review of Justice League Movie | Variety Studio presented by AT&T #Sundance Posted by Variety on Saturday, January 20, 2018 Actor Nicholas Cage recently appeared on Variety Studio, and was asked what he thought of the new Justice League movie. Cage had a simple, short answer concerning his […]

RBG Loves Her ‘SNL’ Portrayal So Much She Wants To Mimic This Part Of It Herself

9 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opens up about Kate McKinnon’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ impression of her.

CNN’s Toobin: ‘If we were functioning on planet Earth’ the DOJ would investigate Trump campaign’s porn star payouts

9 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin on Monday delivered a much-needed reality check about Donald Trump’s lawyer’s alleged payment to porn star Stormy Daniels, explaining that “if we were functioning on planet Earth,” the Department of Justice would investigate those reported deals. The Wall Street Journal last...

Vermont Just Became the First State To Legalize Pot Through Its Legislature

The state of Vermont legalized the recreational use of marijuana on Monday, making it the ninth state to do so, and the first since Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced changes to the Department of Justice’s approach to prosecuting marijuana cases in states where the drug is legal. But Vermont’s move to legalize pot made history in another […]

Devin Nunes Won’t Even Show His Infamous Memo to the Justice Department

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) won’t #releasethememo. The now infamous document was prepared by Republican staffers for the House intelligence committee, which is chaired by Nunes, and it supposedly details how the FBI and Justice Department improperly conducted surveillance in connection with the Trump-Russia probe. Show More Summary

The Innovation Gap (Part 1): Why The Justice System Has Failed To Keep Pace With Technology

How is it that we can be at a time of unprecedented innovation in legal technology and yet see the justice gap grow only wider?

Video: Vic Mensa – We Could Be Free

Vic Mensa finally drops a visual for The Autobiography stand-out “We Could Be Free,” and I have to say, he did it justice. Previously: Mr. Hudson ft. Vic Mensa – Coldplay The post Video: Vic Mensa – We Could Be Free appeared first on Nah Right.

Police probe racist banners found outside Indiana church

9 hours agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

Police are investigating after banners with racist and anti-gay messages were erected outside a northwest Indiana church known for its progressive stands on racial and social justice issues.

Sega investigating claims Android Sonic games are leaking data

The games publisher has promised swift justice if any third party is found to be responsible for the claimed leaks.

New Justice League Concept Art Depicts A Cool Cut Aquaman Scene

A new piece of Justice League concept art has popped up depicting a cool Aquaman moment that didn't make it into the theatrical cut.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Embraces ‘Saturday Night Live’ Impression

10 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opens up about Kate McKinnon’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ impression of her.

Marcia Coyle: What the Justices' Flurry of Early Rulings Revealed

Marcia Coyle shares her observations of Monday's decisions, the first wave in the court's new term.       

Justice Ginsburg Scorns 'History Lesson' in This Gorsuch Dissent

Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Neil Gorsuch sparred over jurisdiction in a Monday ruling Gorsuch, in dissent, lost. "We've wandered so far from the idea of a federal government of limited and enumerated powers," he wrote in his closing.       

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