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New York AG’s investigation against Trump can continue, federal judge rules

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A federal judge dismissed former President Donald Trump's lawsuit against the New York attorney general that sought to stop her civil investigation into the Trump Organization. Judge Brenda Sannes said Trump could h...

Federal judge rules Houston University’s harassment policy unconstitutional: ‘Not guidance, it is the law’

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The ruling by U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes, a Reagan appointee, was a victory for the nonprofit group Speech First in its lawsuit against the University of Houston after it implemented a policy that stated student...

Mavericks fined $50,000 for violating NBA’s ‘bench decorum’ rules in Game 7 victory

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On Wednesday, the NBA announced the Mavericks were fined $ 50,000 for violating league rules regarding team "bench decorum," during their 123-90 blowout win in Game 7 over the Phoenix Suns in the conference semifina...

Judge rules Fusion GPS emails turned over in Durham probe cannot be viewed by jurors as trial looms

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The opposition research firm Fusion GPS withheld dozens of emails from Durham and claimed they were protected under attorney-client privilege and "work-product" privilege. HILLARY CLINTON-HIRED OPPO RESEARCH FIRM MUS...

Federal court rules Kansas teacher can speak according to her religious beliefs regarding transgender students

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Fort Riley, Kansas middle school teacher Pamela Ricard last year was reprimanded and suspended from school for "declining to use a name for a student that was inconsistent with the student’s biological sex."  TEXAS D...

Scott Frost, Nebraska penalized for violating NCAA rules

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Frost received a one-year show-cause order and a five-day suspension to be served during the "championship segment" of next season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE . Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebra...

Judge rules January 6 committee can obtain RNC and Trump campaign email data

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A federal judge has decided to allow the House Select Committee investigating the Capitol Hill insurrection to obtain the Republican National Committee's marketing email data leading up to January 6, 2021. The deci...

Kim Kardashian dropped in Blac Chyna’s defamation claim, judge rules

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Judge Gregory Alarcon ruled that Chyna’s attorney Lynne Ciani did not provide any statement during the trial from Kardashian that was defamatory toward Chyna.

New York Dems illegally drew congressional districts, appeals court rules

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A panel of five judges wrote that Democrats unconstitutionally drew up congressional districts "to discourage competition or for the purpose of favoring or disfavoring incumbents or other particular candidates or pol...

Supreme Court rules Puerto Ricans don’t have constitutional right to some federal benefits

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Washington Congress can exclude residents of Puerto Rico from some federal disability benefits available to those who live in the 50 states, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday. The 8-1 opinion was written by Justice ...

Psaki rules out Biden admin delaying Title 42 removal as more Dems break

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The Trump-era public health order has enabled U.S. authorities to turn back most migrants, including people seeking asylum from persecution. It is set to expire on May 23.  White House press secretary Jen P...

COVID-19 rules take center stage in Nevada GOP governor primary as candidates blame Gov’s ‘draconian’ rules

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Schools were remote or hybrid for more than a year after students were sent home in March 2020. School sports didn't resume until spring 2021.  Nevada's indoor mask mandate was in place until February 2022, including...

Challenge to Marjorie Taylor Greene’s candidacy can move forward, federal judge rules

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A federal judge on Monday cleared the way for a coalition of liberal groups to move forward with their attempt to disqualify controversial GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from running for reelection, based on claims...

Iowa Supreme Court rules Democratic Senate candidate Abby Finkenauer qualifies for primary ballot

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Iowa Senate candidate Abby Finkenauer's name will appear on the state's June 7 Democratic primary ballot, the Iowa Supreme Court ruled on Friday, boosting the Democrat after a lower court had ruled she had not quali...

Idaho judge rules Lori Vallow is mentally fit to stand trial on charges related to the deaths of her two children

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An Idaho judge ruled Monday that Lori Vallow is mentally fit to stand trial on charges related to the deaths of her two children, according to court documents. Vallow is "restored to competency and is fit to proceed...

Iowa judge rules Senate candidate Abby Finkenauer can’t appear on Democratic primary ballot

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A judge in Iowa ruled on Sunday that Democratic Senate candidate Abby Finkenauer cannot appear on the state's June 7 primary ballot, dealing a significant blow to her already longshot hopes of unseating Republican S...

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