WASHINGTON – A federal judge ruled Wednesday that an FBI watch list of more than 1 million “known or suspected terrorists” violates the constitutional rights of U.S. citizens in the database. The decision from U.S. District Judge Anthony Trenga of ...Read More »
A state appellate court sent a murder case back to Onondaga County Court for a hearing on whether the defense attorney handled the case properly. Defendant Shala Williams was convicted in 2013 of second-degree murder, second-degree assault and two counts ...Read More »
Silicon Valley doesn’t just have to worry about antitrust action in Washington. States are becoming an important and perhaps more formidable force when it comes to addressing competition in the technology industry, experts say. More than half of the country’s ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – Prominent Democratic attorney Gregory Craig blackened his own reputation by scheming with Paul Manafort to work for the Ukrainian government without registering with the Justice Department as a foreign agent and lied to investigators to conceal contacts with ...
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The best available research shows that restricting gun ownership is the key to reducing the toll of gun violence. But new data shows that mass shootings elicit diametrically different legislative responses depending on the party in control. Republican-led legislatures tend ...
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WASHINGTON – A federal judge on Tuesday granted a motion that will restore a journalist’s press credentials after the White House rescinded them. The ruling was a victory for Brian Karem, a White House correspondent for Playboy magazine and a ...Read More »
In a split decision, an Onondaga County man has won an appellate ruling upholding a county court decision to dismiss homicide charges for killing his brother in law. The Appellate Division of state Supreme Court, Fourth Department, upheld the lower ...Read More »
Lawyers suing some of the world’s largest oil and natural gas companies over climate change are closely following a seemingly unrelated ruling out of Oklahoma — one holding a drugmaker culpable for fueling the state’s opioid epidemic. The reason is ...Read More »