Illustration by Andrew Rae Last May, the Supreme Court decided in favor of Christians asserting their right to open town meetings with prayers. An unintended consequence of this and other recent court rulings knocking holes in the wall...Show More Summary
Once upon a time, prisoners of war weren't treated like terrorists, and people got their day in court. That's over
The world's newest blockade of The Pirate Bay has been thwarted in a matter of minutes. After a court in Spain ordered the country's ISPs to block the notorious site on Friday, users who tweaked their connections to use Google's DNS instead of the one provided by their service provider were back on the site in seconds. Show More Summary
The charges related to a case involving an American businessman, whose testimony in a Jerusalem court in 2008 was instrumental in the former leader’s downfall.
FCC chairman expects net neutrality rules to withstand court challenge
"I was anxious on court," Nadal said after a second straight career loss to Spanish countryman Fernando "Hot Sauce" Verdasco. "I tried in every point, but I was not able to relax myself, calm myself."
Yahoo: Ottawa (AFP) – Canada’s high court struck a blow against gun control on Friday, with a decision that clears the way for the federal government to destroy data on owners of rifles and shotguns. Ottawa ordered the database destroyed in 2012, but Quebec went to court to try to stop it, hoping to use […]
Charles Munger Jr. isn't waiting around idly for the U.S. Supreme Court to act on congressional redistricting. He's hoping for the best but planning for bad news.
The Court has traditional allowed school protests that did not lead to “substantial disruption.” It would be odd for them to deny students’ rights to wear American flag shirts. On Friday, the justices met to decide on hearing a case asking whether a school official’s fear of violence justified disciplining students for wearing American flags [...]
Sideline reporter Craig Sager as been battling cancer for over a year now. With his recent return to the sidelines, everyone from fans to players to team brass were ecstatic to see Sags recover and return to the court. It is with very heavy hearts we have to report that Sager’s son Craig Sager Jr. […]
After moving to Washington from Akron, Ohio, six years ago, Katie Reed and her husband, Brian, happily ditched their two cars to live in Chinatown, where they enjoy walking to restaurants and shops.So when she searched for a new job two years ago, Katie Reed, 32, considered it “critical” to find one on a Metro line. Show More Summary
Although the most recent time folks have heard any buzz about Serena Williams, it was during the trial of the so-called “Black Madam,” a woman who claims she gave Amber Rose silicone butt injections, and mentioned the names of NickiShow More Summary
Nancy LeTourneau, Washington Montly: [T]oo many of us assume that change only happens in this country via Congress or the courts. The reason is many do not pay attention to the actions of the executive branch of government. One example I would point to is what has happened at the Department of Justice -- specifically with the Civil Rights Division. Show More Summary
As some states battle President Obama’s executive actions in court, others move to incorporate unauthorized newcomers by offering them licenses and other benefits.
At the beginning of the month, I reported that the Wisconsin Supreme Court was taking the unusual steps of considering making the oral arguments regarding the upcoming John Doe hearings secret. The John Doe investigation is regarding...Show More Summary
Federal Court finds energy group and its marketing arm preyed on vulnerable consumers.
The new show, created by the star of “Judge Judy,” has defied the odds to become the No. 1 new syndicated offering of the 2014-15 season.
Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky is all business when he's on the basketball court. However, when he's away from the court, he does what he can to have some fun. For a CBS promo, Kaminsky let loose and showed off a range of dance moves....Show More Summary
Last December, Killer Mike and author Erik Nielson teamed to pen an op-ed examining how the criminal justice system often employs rap lyrics as a means to convict suspects. The Run the Jewels rapper's first column focused on the case of Anthony Elonis, and now in their latest op-ed for Vox that examines hip-hop's "poetic (in)justice,"...