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  1. March primary in flux following federal ruling Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Kinston Free Press

    If you live in the 1st Congressional District, you might be in another district by March, or by 2018, or maybe not at all. Friday, a three-judge panel in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina ruled state legislators illegally used a black voting age population floor in creating the 1st and 12th districts as majority-minority districts following the 2010 Census.


  2. Kobach gets assist on voter registrationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle

    After years of trying, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach just got the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to do what he wants. All it took was an edict from the EAC's new executive director, Brian Newby - who just happens to be the former Kobach-backed elections commissioner of Johnson County.


  3. Trial opens in Anchorage for former Security Aviation owner accused of fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News

    A federal trial is beginning this week in Anchorage over fraud and money laundering charges against Mark Avery, a key figure in a decade-old case involving a jet aircraft business, rocket launchers, big money and shadowy intelligence figures. Jury selection began Monday morning in U.S. District Court in Anchorage and wrapped up late in the afternoon with 12 jurors and two alternates selected.


  4. Kinney's Texas Litigation Against MeRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | JD Journal

    Kinney also sued me in Texas. In 2010, Kinney filed a defamation lawsuit against me in Travis County Court, Texas, Case No.


  5. ACRU to Supreme Court: Texas Abortion Clinic Law Protects WomenRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Texas' law requiring widely adopted medical clinic safeguards in abortion facilities is constitutionally sound and ensures that women are not victimized by substandard care, according to a brief filed at the U.S. Supreme Court by American Civil Rights Union attorney Ken Klukowski. Submitted on behalf of Concerned Women for America and the Susan B. Anthony List on Feb. 3, the amicus brief in the potential landmark case Whole Woman's Health v.


  6. Dallas-County 5 mins ago 11:12 p.m.Judge defends decision to deny same-sex weddingsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WFAA-TV Dallas

    A Dallas County elected official who remains steadfast against performing same-sex marriages is opening the county up to a potentially costly legal challenge. That assessment came Monday from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, hours after Justice of the Peace Bill Metzger granted his first interview since the controversy broke last week on social media.


  7. Bill requiring unanimous verdict for death penalty advancesRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WINK-TV Fort Myers

    Legislation requiring a unanimous verdict from the jury to recommend the death penalty will head to the state Senate floor after passing a committee vote Monday. The Senate's Criminal Justice Committee passed its version of a bill that would revise Florida's sentencing process for the death penalty.


  8. Notes on Cultural CollapseRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Townhall

    That Donald Trump, in his quest to lead us back to national greatness, feels free to brag, distort, lampoon, defame and empty his personal trash on every political doorstep is one sign -- but hardly the only one -- of a few changes in America's moral makeup over the past half century. There's also the current dust-up in Dallas, Texas, over the city's alleged inability to block a "sex expo" in the local convention center.


  9. US judge denies new trial for MaurizioRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Altoona Mirror

    A new sentencing date was set Monday for Father Joseph D. Maurizio Jr. of Somerset County, who was denied a new trial on charges that he sexually abused several Honduran children in an orphanage he helped support over the years. U.S. District Judge Kim R. Gibson in Johnstown ruled the 71-year-old priest will be sentenced on March 2 for illicit sexual conduct in a foreign place, possession of sexually explicit photographs of a minor and using money raised for the ProNino orphanage in El Progresso to pay for sexual services from the children.


  10. More candidates file in Mingo CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Williamson Daily News Online

    Several more candidates filed on the final day to run in the upcoming May 10, Primary Election for Mingo County.


  11. Churches in America are protecting immigrants from being deportedRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    Migrants attend a workshop for legal advice held by the Familia Latina Unida and Centro Sin Fronteras at Lincoln United Methodist Church in south Chicago "What would happen if a mother from Guatemala showed up at your church door with a little kid in her arms and said, 'Can you help me?'" Dozens of Americans churches are now mulling this question, posed by Rev. John Fife, a former pastor at Southside Presbyterian in Tucson, Ariz., in the wake of a recent surge in federal immigration raids.


  12. Naruto v. Slater - USDC, N.D. California, January 28, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    District court dismisses copyright infringement action brought on behalf of macaque monkey who took "selfies" using defendant photographer's camera, holding that animals lack standing under the Copyright Act. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and Antje Engelhardt filed a "Next Friends" complaint in California district court on behalf of a Naruto, a six-year-old crested macaque monkey, against photographer David John Slater, publisher Blurb Inc. and Wildlife Personalities Ltd. The plaintiffs alleged that the defendants violated sections 106 and 501 of the Copyright Act by displaying, advertising and selling copies of Naruto's "selfie" photographs.


  13. IP Newsflash - February 2016 #2Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    The U.S. Supreme Court denied Alps South's writ to review the Federal Circuit's decision that the company lacked standing to assert its patent covering prosthetic liners against The Ohio Willow Wood Company. The district court initially found that the patent was valid and willfully infringed, and denied Ohio Willow's motion to dismiss for lack of standing.


  14. The Conservative EnemyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Washington Monthly

    Having dispensed with the nonsense that "establishment Democrats" will panic if Bernie Sanders wins in New Hampshire this Tuesday and continues to gain momentum in the Democratic primary, let us now debunk another myth: that "Bernie bros" will stay home if Sanders ultimately fails to secure the Democratic nomination. The suggestion that most Sanders-supporting progressives will refuse to vote on November 8 if Sanders isn't the Democratic nominee defies all logic.


  15. Ex-Justice Stevens Weighs Hazards of On-Campus SpeechRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Daily Business Review

    Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens focused on students' legal rights at the University of Miami Law Review symposium. The "problems" with student speech are directly related to the racism, hate and political agendas inspired by their ultra-liberal professors.


  16. The WilliesRICK Perry or Rand Paul? No Difference to MeRead the original story

    Jul 15, 2014 | American Reporter

    If I were a Republican asked to choose between Rand Paul and Rick Perry in a GOP primary, I'd have to think hard about it. What I like about Rand Paul is his somewhat hard-nosed libertarianism.


  17. On Native Ground9/1+10: a Decade of Missed OpportunitiesRead the original story

    Sep 8, 2011 | American Reporter

    We're 10 years removed from that tragic September morning of death and destruction in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. The images of New York City on Sept.


  18. Senate Version Requiring Unanimous Verdict Passes CommitteeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | WTXL

    A bill requiring a jury to have a unanimous verdict for recommending the death penalty is moving through the Florida Senate. Last week, the House passed a measure that requires only nine of 12 jurors to recommend capital punishment.


  19. Waterfront bids to regain state help to make-up unponied bridge cashRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | WAVE-TV Louisville

    Losing state tax dollars squelched the Independence Day fireworks show at Waterfront Park in 2014. Kentucky's new Governor Matt Bevin nixed a request to restore the $420,000 per year contribution in his bare-bones FY 2017 and 2018 budget proposal.


  20. Senate seeks unanimous juries in death sentencesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Daily Commercial

    With executions indefinitely on hold in Florida, lawmakers are hurriedly considering legislation to address a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down the state's capital sentencing law as unconstitutional.