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Judge set Brooklyn man free just before he murdered grandma: cops

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

James also killed a cat in the apartment because he believed it was possessed, police source said.

Federal Judge Rules Florida Must Add Same-Sex Spouses to Death Certificates

James Merrick Smith and Hal F.B. Birchfield lived together in Florida for 42 years. They married in New York in 2012, and Smith died in Florida in 2013. At the time, Florida refused to recognize same-sex unions—so Smith’s death certificate listed him as unmarried with no surviving spouse. Show More Summary

Hi Stranger, The Cranberries, Artificial Sun, James Corden, Neil Gorsuch, Twin Peaks, Hugh Jackman: HOT LINKS

3 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

NEIL GORSUCH. Democrats will filibuster nomination: “As the Senate Judiciary Committee was hearing from witnesses for and against Judge Neil Gorsuch, his Supreme Court nomination was delivered a critical blow: Senate Minority LeaderShow More Summary

Bizarre Foods’ Andrew Zimmern Dishes on His Travel Channel Franchise

I was joined today by Andrew Zimmern, three-time James Beard Award-winner, chef, content creator, social justice advocate and an all-around Renaissance man who certainly knows how to tell a good story tale. Judging by the reception he got at Michael's from GM Steve Millington and the steady stream of menu items that were brought to...

Senator James Inhofe On All Things D.C.

Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe joined me this AM to talk about the confirmation of Judge Gorsuch, the paralysis at the Pentagon, and the prospects for the AHCA in the Senate if it passes the House: Audio: 03-22hhs-inhofe Transcript: HH: I’m glad to have one of the wisest heads in Washington, James Inhofe, Senator from Oklahoma joining me. Show More Summary

Democratic Senator: 2016 Was ‘The Equivalent of an Election Robbery’

5 days agoNews : Mediaite

Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse stopped by the set of New Day, Tuesday, to talk about the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and FBI Director James Comey's explosive testimony to the House Intelligence Committee.

What Did We Learn Today?

Judged by time, today's House Intelligence Committee hearing was mainly an exercise in hypotheticals and 'no comments'. For those who hadn't gotten the full treatment until now, it was also an exposure to what we might term James Comey's militant earnestness. What did we learn? Read More ?

Killer of Father and Infant Son - Who Also Tried to Abduct Trial Judge - Is Executed in Texas

James Bigby, 61, killed a father and his 4-month-old baby in 1987 and attacked his capital murder trial judge three years later.

Tribes opposing oil pipeline turn to federal appeals court

Tribes suing to stop the Dakota Access pipeline are asking a federal appeals court to head off the imminent flow of oil. The move comes after U.S. District Judge James … Click to Continue »

Muslim ban 2.0 goes into effect at midnight if one of these courts doesn't block it first

Donald Trump’s Muslim ban 2.0 is set to kick in at 12:01 AM ET, and it’s already being challenged in court. Actually make that courts—three of them. U.S. District Court Judge James Robart scheduled a hearing at 5 p.m. Eastern time on a suit brought on behalf of four U.S. Show More Summary

Judge won't stop oil from flowing through disputed pipeline

A federal judge has refused to head off the imminent flow of oil in the disputed Dakota Access pipeline. Judge James Boasberg on Tuesday denied a request by the Standing … Click to Continue »

First Oil Could Flow Through The Dakota Access Pipeline Next Week

Oil is expected to flow through a disputed section of the Dakota Access Pipeline for the first time next week after a federal judge on Tuesday rejected a request by opponents to temporarily stop its use. Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. Show More Summary

Washington State Tries to Block Trump Travel Ban for Second Time

U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle successfully blocked President Trump's initial executive order on immigration in January, on the...

Tribes ask judge to stop Dakota Access oil from flowing

Sioux tribes suing to stop the Dakota Access pipeline want a federal judge to head off the imminent flow of oil. Judge James Boasberg last week rejected the request of … Click to Continue »

No Order from Judge Who Stopped First Muslim Ban

A U.S. judge has declined to issue an emergency order banning President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. The ruling came from Seattle district judge James Robart, the same judge who had issued the order that in effect halted implementation of the first ban. Show More Summary

‘So-Called JudgeJames Robart Could Again Thwart Trump’s Travel Ban Plans

Three states will ask him to rule that his suspension of the first travel ban applies to the second.

U.S. judge rules against tribes seeking to stop Dakota pipeline

2 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

    Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia rejected the tribes' request for an injunction to withdraw permission issued by the Army Corps for the last link of the oil pipeline under Lake Oahe in North Dakota. Show More Summary

Read It: Federal Judge Eviscerates Tribal Request to Halt Dakota Access Pipeline Construction on Religious Grounds

Authorities clear the Oceti Sakowin camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, Feb. 24, 2017. REUTERS / Stephen Yang By now I’m sure you’ve all heard the news that Federal Judge James Boasberg has, once again, rejected a request made by activist lawyers on behalf of Sioux tribes to halt access of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Show More Summary

Kellyanne Conway Hilariously Puts Burden of Proof on James Comey for Trump’s Claims

Judge  Jeanine Pirro laid out some logic to Kellyanne Conway on her Fox News show over the weekend and Conway was having none of it. Pirro asks Conway why the onus should be on F.B.I. Director James Comey to prove that they did not tapp...Show More Summary

Over Half of Recent Refugees Came from Countries Targeted by Original Travel Ban

One month has passed since U.S. district judge James Robart blocked President Donald Trump’s executive order that placed a temporary ban on refugees entering the country. Since then, the U.S. has accepted over 4,300 refugees, the majority...Show More Summary

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