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Kimberly McCarthy on June 26 would be the first woman put to death in the U.S. since 2010 and the 500th prisoner executed in Texas since the death penalty resumed in 1982. Comment?
City of Knoxville and World's Fair Park leaders will meet Tuesday evening to discuss the future of Knoxville's most iconic park. Comment?
Whether you are young, old, sick or healthy - chances are that you are going to need to be prescribed some sort of medication in the next year. Comment?
This week's decision from the U.S. Supreme Court on criminal sentencing will reverberate most in drug and gun cases, which frequently have mandatory minimum prison sentences as an element. Comment?
Four of South Carolina's most prominent trial lawyers are facing potential liability for millions of dollars in damages in the wake of Monday's decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to broaden the protections afforded personal information compiled by state departments of motor vehicles. Comment?
The U.S. Supreme Court will release its most significant and divisive decisions - on affirmative action, gay rights and the Voting Rights Act - possibly tomorrow and almost certainly by the end of this month. Comment?
As previously reported, on May 29, the Fourth Circuit struck down Virginia's law banning out-of-state circulators. Comment?
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected this month to issue rulings on three high-profile cases, and U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-York County, is asking constituents to weigh in on the issues while emotions are high. Comment?
I know this man . I appeared with Dr. Jonathon Matusitz . at the Liberty Counsel Conference in April. Comment?
The Texas Civil Rights Project, a nonprofit that works to improve prison conditions, filed two lawsuits recently to force prisons to pay for air conditioning at every jail facility in the state - all 111 of them. Comment?
Nicholas Lindsey has been given a tentative July 26 court date for his attorneys to argue that he should be sentenced to less than life in prison for killing St. Petersburg police Officer David S. Crawford. Comment?
Excessive incarceration is a national problem. Across the country, prisons face dangerous levels of overcrowding, which has led to unconstitutional conditions of confinement and the inability of states to effectively rehabilitate their inmates. Comment?
A group that supports same-sex marriage in Florida isn't confident an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling will nullify the state's gay marriage ban and is preparing a public opinion campaign while waiting for the court to decide. Comment?
The Belmont University College of Law has announced that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito will speak at the school's first graduation next year. Comment?
As a Republican, I believe the states often understand the significance of some issues long before Washington does. Comment?
Black firefighters brought tales of discrimination to City Hall - and asked the Board of Aldermen to do something about it. Comment?
Durbin says many high-profile proceedings are scheduled for the coming weeks. He says live audio broadcasts "would greatly expand the Court's accessibility to average Americans." Comment?
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito will speak at Belmont University College of Law's first graduation ceremony, the school announced today. Comment?
Myriad, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene patent claims. It is important for the diagnostic community to note that the limits of the Myriad decision applies only to patents on genes and portions of genes themselves, 'compositions of matter' that already exist in nature. Comment?
It was sometime in the mid 1990s. I had been out in the heat much of the day and needed air conditioning and a cold drink. Comment?