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Greens won’t let Obama get away with bragging about his public lands record

Two groups sued to force the administration to rethink federal oil and gas leases.

Protests Over Construction of Oil Pipeline Ramp Up, Judge To Decide Its Fate Next Month

20 minutes agoLGBT / Lesbian : Autostraddle

A federal court said it will make its decision next month on whether to temporarily halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline that has sparked protests led by Native American tribes. The post Protests Over Construction of Oil Pipeline Ramp Up, Judge To Decide Its Fate Next Month appeared first on Autostraddle.

Dairy Industry Suckles From Federal Teat

Imagine the following CNN headline: "Government Buys $20 Million in Surplus Pepsi as Demand Plummets." The fictional article informs readers that tax dollars will soon be buying millions of unwanted cola cans, all as a favor to the flailing...Show More Summary

Arizona sheriff's campaign questions contempt order timing

The campaign manager for metro Phoenix's longtime sheriff on Thursday questioned a federal judge's timing in asking prosecutors to pursue criminal contempt-of-court charges against the lawman 10 days before a primary election. … Click to Continue »

US Federal Court Orders State Department to Release Clinton Emails by Sept. 13

Legal watchdog Judicial Watch said that a US federal judge ordered the US Department of State to review and release newly discovered Hillary Clinton emails from the FBI.

THEY’LL BE RELEASED SEPTEMBER 13: A federal court has ordered the State Department to hand over anot…

THEY’LL BE RELEASED SEPTEMBER 13: A federal court has ordered the State Department to hand over another batch of Clinton emails by September 13. Given the way the State Department and the Obama Administration obstruct justice we may see them September 13, 2033, if ever. Get this: Judicial Watch said the department has admitted in […]

SF pleads its case with Washington on preferential housing policy

The federal government is “wrong as a matter of law and public policy” to reject San Francisco’s plan to reserve 40 percent of subsidized units for neighborhood residents, City Attorney Dennis Herrera told federal housing officials Thursday. The...Show More Summary

Swimming with Hawaii’s dolphins may be banned under a federal proposal

Contact with dolphins is a huge draw for the tourism industry in Hawaii. These rules would impact tour group practices, such as approaching the animals by boat and snorkeling with them. Continue reading ? The post Swimming with Hawaii’s dolphins may be banned under a federal proposal appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

USDA may give us a different kind of Celebration

A proposed federal rule contains game-changing reforms to end the soring of Tennessee walking horses – where trainers put flesh-burning chemicals on the horse's feet, or place foreign objects between the shoe and the hoof. Photo by The...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and the unfortunately not alternative right

Speaking before a concerned crowd today, her comments on his beliefs were shocking. “It appears that his belief in the Illuminati, the Freemasons, and lizard people is sincere and escalating,” she said. Actually, that was a federal judge discussing the beliefs of a Chicago man ruled unfit to stand trial for mental illness. Show More Summary

Tesla wins U.S. antitrust approval to buy SolarCity

By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc has won U.S. antitrust approval to buy solar panel installer SolarCity Corp, moving closer to its goal of creating a carbon-free energy and transportation company. The Federal Trade Commission said on Thursday that the deal was approved. Show More Summary

Homeland Security is investigating nude-photo cyberattack on Leslie Jones

The cyberattack on “Ghostbusters” actress Leslie Jones is being handled at a federal level, Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Thursday. ICE, which is part of the Department of Homeland Security, told the Associated Press that its New York office is looking into the breach, which included nude...

Pro-Life Activists Sue Chicago for the Right to Use Disturbing Tactics Outside Abortion Clinics

Anti-abortion activists in Chicago filed a federal lawsuit this week arguing that a law designed to protect abortion-clinic patients and employees from harassment is a violation of activists’ right to free speech. The city’s 2009 law...Show More Summary

New Lawsuit Has a Real Chance to Help Bring Obama’s Immigration Actions Back In Many States

Perhaps the most frustrating aspect of the legal battle against President Barack Obama’s immigration executive actions is the fact that a single district judge in Texas claimed the authority to block a federal program in all 50 states. Show More Summary

Trump kids cashing in on campaign

Trump companies and his kids are big beneficiaries of his campaign. Trump has so far paid $7.7 million in campaign contributions to his own companies and children, according to a filing with the Federal Elections Commission, and as the campaign transitions to the general election those payments are increasing. In May, they totaled at least [...]

Administration Shoehorns Modern Problems into Antiquated Laws

The federal government is now routinely using laws passed before the invention of the fax machine to control dynamic information systems like cloud computing and broadband access. These efforts to...

Paul touts crop insurance, immigration reform to farmers

Rand Paul has told Kentucky farm leaders he supports federal crop insurance programs but did not say whether he would support the next federal farm bill if he is re-elected to the U.S. Senate. … Click to Continue »

Trump's Kids Cashing In on His Campaign

Donald Trump has so far paid $7.7 million in campaign contributions to his own companies and children, according to a filing with the Federal Elections Commission, and as the campaign transitions to the general election those payments are increasing. Show More Summary

Nonbelievers sue over Pennsylvania House’s opening prayers

3 hours agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

A group of people who don’t believe in God filed a federal lawsuit Thursday that seeks to change how prayers are handled before sessions of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

VW and dealers reach tentative settlement in emissions cheating scandal

3 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Volkswagen has reached a tentative agreement with its U.S. dealers to compensate them for losses they said they suffered as a result of the automaker’s emissions cheating scandal, attorneys for VW and dealers told a federal judge Thursday. The value of the settlement with the roughly 650 dealers...

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