Sitting in her jail cell last week, Patricia Spottedcrow couldn’t imagine where she was going to get the money she needed for her release. In 2010, the young Oklahoma mother, who had been caught selling $31 worth of marijuana to ...Read More »
Is the Supreme Court too deferential to Trump — or worried some judges are overstepping their power?
WASHINGTON — Has the Supreme Court become a soft touch for the Trump administration? Or are the justices sending a message to lower courts not to become a part of the “resistance” to the president’s legitimate powers? The questions became relevant ...Read More »
A former college classmate accused New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown of rape and sexual assault in a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday. In the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Miami, where Brown lives, the woman accused the ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has asked a federal court to reconsider a ruling that opened the door for potential payments to millions of federal employees and others due to the cybertheft of their personal information. The Justice Department request, ...
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WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Tuesday set sentencing for Dec. 18 for President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn as prosecutors warned they reserved the option to recommend prison time instead of probation for Flynn. Assistant U.S. ...Read More »
The nation’s state attorneys general have tangled with mortgage lenders, tobacco giants and the makers of addictive drugs. Now, they’re setting their sights on another target: Big Tech. After years of federal inaction, the state watchdogs are initiating sweeping antitrust ...
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