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Missouri Lawsuit Over Realtor Fees In Home Sales Draws Justice Department’s Interest Litigation
Missouri Lawsuit Over Realtor Fees In Home Sales Draws Justice Department’s Interest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Lawyers in the Justice Department’s antitrust division are taking a keen interest in a Missouri class action lawsuit that alleges a conspiracy among national real estate brokers to charge inflated fees, noting in a filing this... Read More

Ex-Leader of North Carolina GOP Admits to Lying to FBI In Corruption Case State News
Ex-Leader of North Carolina GOP Admits to Lying to FBI In Corruption Case

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The former head of North Carolina’s Republican Party formally pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday for his role in one of the state’s biggest political corruption cases. Former GOP Chairman Robin Hayes agreed to plead guilty to... Read More

Harvard Does Not Discriminate Against Asian Americans, Judge Rules Education
Harvard Does Not Discriminate Against Asian Americans, Judge Rules
2019-10-01 21:35:44
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Boston ruled Tuesday that while "not perfect" Harvard University's admissions process does not discriminate against Asian Americans. U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs' ruling comes in a 2014 lawsuit filed by the group Students... Read More

Appeals Court Upholds Claw Back of Net Neutrality Rules, With Caveat Technology
Appeals Court Upholds Claw Back of Net Neutrality Rules, With Caveat
2019-10-01 18:27:21
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday issued a mixed ruling on the Federal Communications Commission's 2017 repeal of so-called net neutrality, allowing the claw back to stand while striking down a provision blocking states from adopting... Read More

Upstate New York Race Less Vulnerable With Collins Resignation Political News
Upstate New York Race Less Vulnerable With Collins Resignation

WASHINGTON — Not all House departures are created equal. New York Rep. Chris Collins’ resignation should make it easier for Republicans to hold his Buffalo-area seat, because the GOP should have a nominee without legal problems. But New York’s multiple... Read More

Who’s to Blame For The Nation’s Opioid Crisis? Massive Trial May Answer That Question Litigation
Who’s to Blame For The Nation’s Opioid Crisis? Massive Trial May Answer That Question

For the families of the roughly 400,000 Americans who have died of opioid drug overdoses since 1999, a legal drama scheduled to unfold in an Ohio courtroom next month may feel like a true shot at justice. After downplaying the... Read More

Connecticut Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Alex Jones Civil Case Litigation
Connecticut Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Alex Jones Civil Case

HARTFORD, Conn. — The Connecticut Supreme Court Thursday held a wide-ranging hearing with justices questioning everything from whether attorneys for the families of the Sandy Hook victims overreacted to perceived threats by Alex Jones to admonishing Jones’ lawyer for suggesting... Read More

Acting Spy Chief to Testify On Whistleblower’s Complaint Congress
Acting Spy Chief to Testify On Whistleblower’s Complaint

WASHINGTON —The nation’s highest ranking intelligence official is expected to be grilled over the administration’s handling of a still-secret whistleblower’s complaint when he appears before Congress on Thursday as the first witness in the Democrats’ formal impeachment inquiry of President... Read More

House Speaker Pelosi Launches Formal Trump Impeachment Inquiry Congress
House Speaker Pelosi Launches Formal Trump Impeachment Inquiry
2019-09-24 21:31:59
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON  — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launched a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump Tuesday stemming from his allegedly putting political pressure on Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden. Pelosi made her announcement on... Read More

Federal Judge Hears Arguments to Halt Georgia’s New Anti-Abortion Law State News
Federal Judge Hears Arguments to Halt Georgia’s New Anti-Abortion Law

ATLANTA — A federal judge said Monday that he hoped to determine soon whether the court should block Georgia’s new anti-abortion law from going into effect, but he hinted at the potential long road ahead for the case. It’s unclear... Read More

FCC's Media Deregulation Plan Can't Go Forward, 3rd Circuit Says Law
FCC's Media Deregulation Plan Can't Go Forward, 3rd Circuit Says
2019-09-23 20:48:15
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The Federal Communications Commission must redo and better justify an order that eased restrictions on media companies wanting to consolidate their holdings in a single market, the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday. The highly anticipated... Read More

Trump Sues to Keep Tax Records Hidden Uncategorized
Trump Sues to Keep Tax Records Hidden

NEW YORK — President Donald Trump sued his own accounting firm and Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance Thursday, seeking to prevent the prosecutor from getting his hands on eight years of tax returns. The suit was filed in Manhattan Federal... Read More

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