June 7, 2018

Witnesses Demand Focus on Guns at First School Safety Commission Hearing

Ms. Henderson-Redwan said that while she appreciated Mr. Trump’s commission, she feared that it would look to solutions like arming staff and increasing law enforcement, which would exacerbate experiences like hers. “For students like us, this is not what safety...

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June 6, 2018

Why Is Trump Mad at Sessions? A Tweet Provides the Answer

“Trump’s saying he wanted a marionette whose strings he could pull to shutter the investigation,” said Adam Goldberg, who was a special associate White House counsel to President Bill Clinton during various investigations. “I’m sure the cronies who broke the...

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June 5, 2018

He’s pro-incest, pedophilia, and rape — and he’s running for Congress from his parents’ house

More By ELI ROSENBERG | The Washington Post | Published: June 2, 2018 Nathan Larson lives with his parents, and spends most of his waking hours on the Internet in between intermittent work as an accountant. And it's mostly there...

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June 5, 2018

Harvey Weinstein Is Due Back in Court on Rape Charges

Harvey Weinstein is scheduled to be back in the Manhattan Criminal Courts Building on Tuesday morning to face an indictment on two counts of rape, returning to the Art-Deco courthouse for the first time since his arrest on charges he...

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June 5, 2018

Call Me Quota Queen

Male clients disfavor female partners. In fact, they are one-third less likely than female clients to choose women as lead counsel. Of course, women always suspected it's a boys club. Read the source article at The Careerist

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June 4, 2018

Supreme Court throws out lower-court decision that allowed immigrant teenager to obtain abortion

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a lower court’s decision that allowed an undocumented immigrant teenager to obtain an abortion over the protests of the Trump administration. The action, which came in an unsigned opinion without noted dissents, throws out...

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June 3, 2018

Will Impeaching Donald Trump Start a Democratic Civil War?

Today, the impeachment of Donald Trump exists on the brink of plausibility. The sine qua non of an impeachment investigation, to say nothing of actual votes to charge and remove the President, is a Democratic takeover of the House in...

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June 3, 2018

Delayed abortion case fuels intrigue at Supreme Court

After weeks of delay, the Supreme Court is expected to make a decision soon on an unusual request from the Trump administration in a politically charged abortion case. In early November, Solicitor General Noel Francisco asked the court to toss...

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June 3, 2018

Trump lawyer Giuliani says president probably can pardon himself

Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor and U.S. Attorney-turned-personal lawyer for Donald Trump, argued on Sunday that the president could pardon himself. But not to worry, he added, Trump doesn’t intend to do so. Read the article at...

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June 3, 2018

Driving while black in Ferguson has gotten even worse

A paper published Thursday by the ArchCity Defenders, a legal aid organization representing indigent defendants in the St. Louis metropolitan area, offers another insight into why residents’ resentment of law enforcement officials run so deep: They don’t just feel that they...

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