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‘Naked violinist’ pleads guilty in New York and walks free

Stefan Arzberger, who was accused of attempted murder after breaking naked into a Manhattan hotel room and assaulting its female occupant, pleaded guilty yesterday in the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan to the lesser charge of reckless assault in the third degree. Prosecutors then agreed to drop the main charge. Arzberger, former first violin […]

The SCOTUS Abortion Ruling Kicks Ass: #NowWhat

ColumnThe Supreme Court did something great on Monday. By voting 5-3, SCOTUS’s abortion ruling put an end to states passing “clinic shutdown” laws. While these laws don’t make abortion illegal, they severely limit access to abortion facilities. Show More Summary

Korean tutor gets suspended sentence in U.S. exam leak scandal

SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean court has handed down a suspended prison sentence to a cram school tutor for leaking test answers from the U.S. SAT college entrance exam, a ruling obtained on Thursday showed.

Ted Cruz exposes administration’s willful blindness to jihad

(Paul Mirengoff) On Tuesday, Sen. Ted Cruz held a hearing of the Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights and Federal Courts, which he chairs. The subject was the Obama administration’s willful blindness when it comes to radical Islamic terrorism. Show More Summary

Phew! Supreme Court Rejects the Petition to Ban WhatsApp in India!

While WhatsApp is at an all time high these days, Sudhir Yadav, an RTI activist from Gurgaon, had filed a petition in Supreme court in May to ban WhatsApp application in India, simply because of the end-to-end encryption feature on the app. Show More Summary

California Supreme Court decision causing problems for Chargers stadium push

The Chargers push to secure a new stadium in San Diego may have a run into a sizeable problem due to the California Supreme Court. According to David Garrick of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the court blocked an earlier appellate court ruling that the initiative to increase taxes to fund the stadium project needed a…

Appeal could put Secretary of Agriculture in courthouse door

For the first time since the U.S. Department of Justice increased filing criminal charges for food safety violations, it may get its wings clipped just a bit by a challenge to district court jurisdiction in some limited instances. At issue is a jurisdictional question being raised on appeal that could prevent some criminal charges from being filed in... Continue Reading

-Supreme Court Rejects Washington Pharmacists’ Religious Liberty Suit

The current makeup of the US Supreme Court, following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, now puts American religious liberty in jeopardy. The court voted not to hear an appeal of a Washington State law that forces pharmacists to dispense abortifacients regardless of religious conscience and convictions. Here’s the story from the Christian Post: The […]

Wimbledon 2016: Thursday Schedule and Predictions for London Bracket

Andy Murray, Garbine Muguruza and Venus Williams are all scheduled to grace the courts of the All England Club on Thursday at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships. Unfortunately, the keyword in that sentence is "scheduled" because rain has...Show More Summary

Dissidents Vow To Take Actors Equity To Court Over Fate Of Small Theatre In LA

The gloves have come off in the ongoing battle that will decide the fate of small theatre in Los Angeles. A day after Actors' Equity announced that attempts to resolve the dispute had failed, a group of actors and local theatre owners...Show More Summary

The Wednesday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by cookies.Recommended Reading:Jenn: [Content Note: War on agency; racism] Supreme Court Votes to Protect Abortion Access: Why It Matters for AAPI WomenRuth: Black Girls Code Is Moving into Google's New...Show More Summary

China slams South China Sea case as court set to rule

BEIJING/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - An international court said it would deliver a hotly anticipated ruling in the Philippines' case against China over the South China Sea on July 12, drawing an immediate rebuke from Beijing, which rejects the tribunal's jurisdiction.

Unconstitutional abortion blocks targeted after SCOTUS victory

Nancy Northup, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights, talks with Rachel Maddow about the follow-on effects of Monday's Supreme Court victory for...

Bernard Tomic urged to apologise for 'retard' comment after Wimbledon victory over Fernando Verdasco

Australian Bernard Tomic has been criticised over his use of the word 'retard' during a Wimbledon press conference. He was responding to a question about being made to wait on court for his opponent,

Wimbledon criticised for handing Venus Williams a slot on smallest court

Williams is one of tennis' greatest female players and the decision to schedule her on Court 18 was met by derision on social media.

Rafael Nadal and Caroline Wozniacki await Olympics fate while Marcus Willis and girlfriend Jennifer Bate mingle with Roger Federer before Centre Court encounter

STUART FRASER - COURT REPORT: Marcus Willis was so relaxed before his match against Roger Federer that he and girlfriend Jennifer Bate approached him in the players’ restaurant.

Alexander Zverev takes another step towards the summit with a straight sets demolition of Paul-Henri Mathieu

Alexander Zverev went about his demolition job in the quiet, largely ignored outpost of Court 16 yesterday.

Donald Trump just gave a bizarre response to how he'll court female voters

Donald Trump is struggling to connect with female voters, and his latest comments suggest that he doesn't have any intention of changing course. Trump is trailing Hillary Clinton 51% to 32% among female voters, according to a Fox News poll released on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Wimbledon 2016 order of play for day four: Andy Murray returns to Centre Court as he takes on Yen-Hsun Lu

Andy Murray is in action against world No 76 Yen-Hsun Lu on Thursday while Eugenie Bouchard is also set to grace Centre Court on day four of Wimbledon 2016.

Marcus Willis produces brave Wimbledon display on Centre Court but falls to Roger Federer in straight sets

MIKE DICKSON AT WIMBLEDON: Marcus Willis put in a brave performance at SW19 against Roger Federer but eventually fell to a 6-0, 6-3, 6-4 defeat at the hands of the world No 3.

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