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Man who bought guns used by San Bernardino terrorists sentenced to 20 years in federal prison

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The man who supplied the guns that a husband and wife used to kill 14 people in a 2015 terror attack in California has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, federal prosecutors announced Friday. Enrique Marquez ple...

Federal prosecutors top 180 Capitol riot cases, with man seen in ‘American Supremacist’ sweatshirt among the latest

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The Justice Department has exceeded 180 federal criminal cases against rioters and others connected to the US Capitol siege, with prosecutors' latest charges coming against a man seen in videos wearing an "American ...

A Texas federal court decision is the latest hit to voting rights in America

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Joshua A. Douglas is a law professor at the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law. He is the author of Vote for US: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future of Voting. Follow him on Twi...

Justice Department rushing to expand execution methods like firing squads for federal death row inmates

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The Justice Department has rushed to change the rules around federal death penalties as they expedite a slew of scheduled executions in the final days of the Trump administration, including expanding possible execut...

Federal appeals court says states can restrict open carry of firearms

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A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that states may restrict the open carrying of guns in public, a major ruling that is certain to be appealed to a US Supreme Court hostile to limits on the Second Amendment ...

Federal judge removes acting Bureau of Land Management director after finding he has served unlawfully for 424 days

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Washington A federal judge on Friday ordered acting Bureau of Land Management Director William Perry Pendley to step aside, blocking him from exercising any more authority after finding that he has served unlawfully ...

Federal judge blocks Trump administration asylum rule from taking effect

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A federal judge on Friday blocked a sweeping asylum rule that had been scheduled to take effect nationwide in a matter of days, issuing yet another legal blow to the Trump administration. The administration has rele...

Michigan man sues federal government for placing him on no-fly list

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A Michigan man says government officials erroneously placed him on the "No Fly List" after he refused to become an FBI informant, according to a new federal lawsuit. Almost three years ago, Ahmad Chebli was approach...

Federal authorities investigating possible ballot box arson in Boston

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Federal authorities are investigating the possible arson of a ballot box in Boston after the Massachusetts Secretary of State's office notified them of the incident, officials said. Firefighters responded to a call ...

California boosts vaccination effort as part of federal pilot program

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California is opening two mass Covid-19 vaccination sites as part of a federal pilot program to quickly boost the number of available doses, as the state continues to see improving numbers in cases, deaths, positivi...

A federal hearing was interrupted with images of 9/11 and pornography

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A federal court hearing held on Zoom about Georgia's use of electronic voting machines was interrupted suddenly when screens suddenly filled with photos of the 9/11 attacks and pornography. The disturbance happened...

Federal appeals court rules against the Trump administration’s public charge rule

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The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday ruled against the Trump administration's controversial "public charge" rule that critics say has a chilling effect on immigrants who may need to seek medical assistanc...

Gayle Manchin nominated to be federal co-chair of Appalachian Regional Commission

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Gayle Manchin, an educator and wife of Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, has been nominated to serve as the federal co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission, the White House said in a news release...

Memo says federal employees could be punished for banned diversity trainings

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President Donald Trump's budget director sent additional guidance to federal agencies Monday on employee training programs the White House deems anti-American propaganda. In the new memo, Russell Vought warned feder...

Federal government executes Corey Johnson following prolonged legal fight

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Corey Johnson was executed by lethal injection at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana, and was pronounced dead at 11:34 p.m. ET on Thursday. Johnson was sentenced to die after he was convicted o...

Tulsi Gabbard warns vague federal definition of ‘domestic extremists’ will further endanger civil liberties

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STEYN: There's something very bizarre going on in America right now. Normally, the state is very hard to steer, like the titanic. Yet, all of our key agencies in the so-called intelligence community have turned on a ...

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