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Courthouse security guards

CLEVELAND — The union representing courthouse security officers in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, sued to block the county’s recent order to disarm the officers until pending grievances are resolved.

Louisiana abortions

NEW ORLEANS — The Fifth Circuit found that the appellate court lacks jurisdiction to consider whether a Louisiana federal court properly denied the state’s emergency motion to vacate a permanent injunction that halted the enforcement of a law that would have required abortion doctors to have active admitting privileges within 30 miles of the facility where the abortions are performed. The circuit court does not have jurisdiction over interlocutory orders continuing or refusing to dissolve or modify injunctions.

A bumblebee is a fish in California? Maybe — until lawmakers fix the law

California pollinators are swimming with delight, for now at least.

Former Uber security chief details hunt for hackers behind 2016 data breach

On the stand Wednesday in the criminal trial of his former boss, former Uber security chief Mat Henley described how his team found the two hackers who stole private user data in 2016.

Ohio clerk can’t dodge First Amendment case over delayed access to civil complaints

A First Amendment lawsuit filed by Courthouse News for same-day access to new complaints in Hamilton County will proceed after a federal judge denied the clerk's motion to dismiss.

Long a haven for wealth, Dubai will enforce UK court rulings

Questions over money flows into the UAE have increased as Russian wealth comes into the Arabian Peninsula nation amid Moscow’s war on Ukraine.