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Tamah Jada Clark: ‘Pro-Justice’ Mom Pens Angriest Court Brief Ever — Tell Us What You Really Think!

Tamah Jada Clark is a mom and wife who according to her online biography, was an honors student in high school and college who had never been in trouble with the law — in fact, she calls herself a “little Miss Goody Two Shoes” — until...Show More Summary

EU must take stronger action to sanction Israel following high court decision banning boycott

The question of punishing illegal settlements in occupied Palestinian territory was considered separately in Europe and Israel last week, with only superficial differences in the conclusions reached. Israel’s near half-century occupation is in no immediate danger, either at home or abroad.

OPPONENTS OF VOTER ID KEEP LOSING IN COURT: High court denies review of North Carolina voting laws….

OPPONENTS OF VOTER ID KEEP LOSING IN COURT: High court denies review of North Carolina voting laws. The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request to review of the legality of North Carolina’s new voting laws that opponents call discriminatory. North Carolina v. League of Women Voters stems from the sweeping new voter laws North […]

GOP Debates Keeping Obamacare Subsidies Thru 2016

“Congressional Republicans are locked in a debate about whether to temporarily keep in place the Obamacare subsidies that are at risk of being struck down at the Supreme Court,” The Hill reports. “The stakes are high, as a ruling against [...]

Arsenal & Tottenham both interested in defender Aymen Abdennour, says players agent [Foot Mercato]

Aymen Abdennour’s agent claims the Tunisian defender is courting interest from North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham. The highly rated Monaco defender is watched regularly by Arsenal, his agent told Foot Mercato after their midweek Champions League defeat to Juventus. PSG are also reportedly interested in the 25 year old centre back, as well as Tottenham […]

Petraeus Sentence: 2 Years Probation, $100,000 Fine

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Gen. David Petraeus received two years probation and a $100,000 fine for violating the Espionage Act. The former general pled guilty to leaking highly classified journals to his biographer, Paula Broadwell, in a North Carolina court today. Show More Summary

Same-Sex Marriage Heads To The Supreme Court With Record Public Support

With the Supreme Court taking up same-sex marriage next week, support for protection of marriage equality is as high as it's ever been with 61 percent of Americans in favor, according to a new Washington Post/ABC poll. The survey also...Show More Summary

Why Sarao Is The Flash Crash Patsy: He Threatened To Expose The "Mass Manipulation Of High Frequency Nerds"

There are several notable items in Bloomberg's comprehensive overnight summary of the epic humiliation America's market regulators are about to undergo, complete with yet another round of theatrical Congressional kangaroo courts, which...Show More Summary

Former Utah Teacher Pleads Guilty To Having Sex With 3 Students

Former Utah teacher, Brianne Altice, 35, pleaded guilty to charges she had sex with three of her high school students at a court hearing on Thursday. Some of the boys — two of whom were 16 and one 17-years-old at the time — said they considered the former Utah teacher to be their girlfriend. Show More Summary

Support for marriage equality hits a new high, but some are left behind

As the Supreme Court prepares to consider whether state bans on same-sex marriage are unconstitutional, public support for marriage equality keeps growing. It hits a record level in a new Washington Post/ABC poll: The Post-ABC poll finds 61 percent of Americans support allowing gays to marry and 35 percent are opposed. Show More Summary

Lutfur Rahman removed as Mayor of Tower Hamlets

The Mayor of Tower Hamlets has been kicked out of office. Lutfur Rahman was found guilty at a High Court hearing this morning of ‘corrupt and illegal practices’ and the… Continue reading The post Lutfur Rahman removed as Mayor of Tower Hamlets appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Ex-Teacher Brianne Altice Admits To Sex With Three Teen Boys

BOUNTIFUL, Utah (AP) — A former high school teacher accused of having sexual relationships with three of her students took a plea deal Wednesday, crying as she accepted the agreement in court. One of the boys was 16 and two were 17 when they were having sex with Brianne Altice, 35. Show More Summary

Poll Shows Record High Support for Marriage Equality in the U.S.

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With the Supreme Court cases on same-sex marriage fast approaching, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds a record-high 61 percent of Americans support the freedom to marry while 35 percent remain opposed. The WaPo reports: Support is up only...

Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman removed from office after being found guilty of corrupt practises

Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman has been removed from office after being found guilty Thursday by the High Court of corrupt practises during his mayoral campaign last year. Four voters had petitioned the court to look into allegations of electoral fraud, asking for the poll to be declared void and for a re-run to be called. Show More Summary

Support for Gay Marriage at New High

“A week before a closely watched U.S. Supreme Court hearing on the issue, public support for gay marriage reached a new high in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, with 61 percent of Americans – more than six in 10 [...]

High court appears to back farmer's battle against California raisin board

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

The California raisins were back before the Supreme Court, and the justices sounded ready to rule in favor of a Fresno farmer in his long battle against a Depression-era law that allows the government to seize privately grown crops to reduce supply and prop up prices.

Violent Mob Of Memphis Teen Girls Caught On Video Brawling At High School

Eight Memphis high school students were suspended from school, and issued summonses to appear in juvenile court, after a violent mob assault took place at school, WHBQ (Memphis) is reporting. No one was seriously injured in the brawl, which was captured on cell phone video and posted to social media. Show More Summary

High Court Swats Away NOM's Efforts to Dismantle Oregon Marriage Equality

The antigay group has kept trying to intervene after Oregon's attorney general declined to defend the ban, but it's out of options now. read more

High court limits drug-sniffing dog searches during traffic stops

The Supreme Court told the police Tuesday they may not turn routine traffic stops into drug searches using trained dogs.

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