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For Californians who know all about the problems caused by big money's influence on elections, finding the solution remains easier said than done.
A case centered around an improper digital image that captured a sex abuse victim on the witness stand is its last throes after a Brooklyn judge threw out all the evidence Tuesday.
Borrowing from the popularity of food trucks, some entrepreneurs are finding a way to put fashion on four wheels.
Same-sex marriage case: A look at the dueling attorneys One was a self-proclaimed "crackerjack euphonium player."
We've had dozens of awesome rulings on marriage equality over the last year and a half, but the latest from Florida might be the best one yet.
The legal skirmish over same-sex marriage shifted Tuesday to a federal appeals court in Chicago as attorneys for Wisconsin and Indiana sought to reinstate bans on gay weddings ruled unconstitutional two months earlier.
State bans on same-sex marriages have been falling around the country since summer 2013, when the Supreme Court ordered the federal government to recognize state-sanctioned gay marriages.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia praised Idaho's completion of a nearly 30-year process negotiating water rights as a successful exercise in state rights and local control.
Attorney Rob Corry asked for a temporary restraining order to halt tax collection while the matter is considered, but Denver District Court Judge John Madden rejected that request at Friday's session.
Federal appeals judges expressed skepticism Monday over Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's argument that a federal commission must make voters who register using a federal registration form provide proof-of-citizenship documents required by state law.
Responding to a Supreme Court ruling handed down late in June, the Obama administration proposed a compromise path that it said would allow women to obtain contraceptives through their health plan, while respecting the views of companies that objected to the provision on religious grounds.
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court killed the Aereo service --which used banks of tiny antennas and a cloud-based DVR to let people redirect over-the-air TV to all their Net-connected devices--by ruling that it violated Federal copyright law .
Mercy Junction, along with St. Marks United Methodist and Renaissance Presbyterian churches, will hold a candlelight vigil and prayer service on Monday evening, following the funeral of the Missouri teenager who was killed by police on Aug. 9. The Chattanooga vigil is part of a nationally coordinated action with events taking place in cities across ... (more)
Last year, long before most people had heard of Ferguson, Missouri, the United States Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act, in essence declaring that racism in the United States had ended.
Brian Imes, left, and John Barker from Hampton pose for a photo Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, at Town Point Park in Norfolk during the Hampton Roads PrideFest.The festival brings together the LGBT community and its allies to socialize, support one another, share ideas and organize.
The new rules would require that religious colleges, nonprofits, hospitals and private companies that are closely held, such as Hobby Lobby to inform the administration that they do not agree on religious grounds of paying for coverage for contraception.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 01:37 am
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