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Article Image News Link • Global By Michael Nev

The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday appealed Monday's ruling by a federal judge in Florida that struck down the Biden administration's mask mandate for public transport. Legal experts say the move could backfire if the case goes to the U.

Article Image News Link • Global, Spencer Kimball

The Transportation Security Administration will not enforce the Covid-19 mask mandate on planes and other public transportation, after a federal judge in Florida on Monday struck down the requirement, ruling that the Centers for Disease Control and P

Article Image News Link • Global by Joseph Hannemann

For the second time in eight days, U.S. District Judge Carl J. Nichols has dismissed a felony obstruction charge alleging a Jan. 6 defendant tried to prevent the certification of Electoral College votes in the 2020 presidential race.

Article Image News Link • Global by Zachary Stieber

A New York judge on March 2 dismissed an attempt by state Attorney General Letitia James to dissolve the National Rifle Association (NRA), saying the allegations against the organization didn't meet the requirements for ordering its dissolution.

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

Two days after the retirement of Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer was announced, a former law clerk for a judge believed to be on President Biden's short-list of nominees began stealth-editing her Wikipedia page in an effort to make her

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RINO Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) threw his support behind Joe Biden's decision to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court, claiming selecting someone based on their skin color doesn't qualify as "affirmative action."