Four more years: Biden unveils reelection plan
Distinguishing himself from what he calls MAGA extremists who want to take away America's freedoms, President Joe Biden kicked off his campaign Tuesday for a second term in office.
Federal ban on bump stocks rejected by appeals court panel
The latest twist in the ongoing legal saga regarding the legality of bump stocks – used to increase the rate of fire on semiautomatic weapons – is a win for gun owners, after a Sixth Circuit panel unanimously found Tuesday the government cannot enforce a rule that bans the devices.
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Critics of traffic ticket late fees tout end of discrimination suit
Five months after it agreed to stop charging drivers $300 fines when they pay traffic tickets late, the San Mateo Superior Court has reached a settlement with legal groups that said the practice disproportionately affected people of color in the Bay Area.
To grow or not to grow: A look at the no-longer-small towns of Idaho
As Idaho and its capital continue to boom, small towns peppered around Boise’s borders grapple with growth many never anticipated — and accept hard truths they never thought they’d face.
Ed Sheeran all smiles at NYC trial opening on ‘Let’s Get It On’ copyright
The English singer accused of plagiarizing Marvin Gaye’s monumental seductive hit “Let’s Get It On” appeared in federal court Tuesday, in a dark suit with a light blue tie, for the kickoff of the $100 million civil copyright trial.
Orioles strike out in long-running TV revenue spat with Nationals
The New York Court of Appeals on Tuesday called strike three on most of the Baltimore Orioles’ arguments involving a long-running television spat with the neighboring Washington Nationals, but sent a small part of the case to extra innings.
Brazil’s Lula visits EU amid US document leak drama
Brazil President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is currently visiting Portugal and Spain as his foreign policy draws criticism from the West, with a leaked document revealing concerns among European Union foreign ministers about Brazil’s position on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Second Circuit and the First Amendment
A hearing before Second Circuit judges Richard Sullivan and Pierre Leval raised a question about where consideration of our First Amendment case stood in the context of history and reality in the Second Circuit itself.
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