Supreme Court 2013 - Pathology vs Myriad Genetics The Vaxed Can Be Patented (Owned)
A federal Washington D.C. judge faulted a district jail on Thursday for failing to provide evidence to a defendant who was arrested for allegedly being involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol breach and has been held there for months.
The Supreme Court on Friday declined to hear an appeal over a florist's refusal to offer service for a wedding of a same-sex couple, allowing a state court's ruling that the shop engaged in unlawful discrimination.
A Franklin County judge admits to WSYX that he's mandating COVID-19 vaccinations as conditions of probation in his courtroom.
SCOTUS Left It in Place Anyway.
Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin was sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison for the murder of George Floyd, whose dying gasps under Chauvin's knee led to the biggest outcry against racial injustice in the U.S. in generations.
In Landmark Free Speech Case, SCOTUS Rules Schools Can't Police Social Media Posts Made Off-Campus
A Federal Judge has dismissed the lawsuit filed by nurses and employees of a Houston Hospital who were told to get the Covid vaccine or they're fired. The Judge dismissed the case falsely stating that the Covid 19 vaccines are not experimental.
The Supreme Court ruled against Texas and other Republican-led states seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act in its latest test before the nation's highest court.
The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered a unanimous defeat to LGBT couples in a high-profile case over whether Philadelphia could refuse to contract with a Roman Catholic adoption agency that says its religious beliefs prevent it from working with sa
In a video posted to his FrankTV platform this Thursday, MyPillow CEO and pro-Trump conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell predicted that the Supreme Court will rule "9-0" in his favor regarding his non-existent "evidence" of mass voter fraud in th
A US judge has ruled against 117 workers at Houston Methodist Hospital who sued their employer over a vaccine mandate.
Judge halts Biden's 'unconstitutional' $4BN program to pay up to 120% of black, Hispanic, Asian or Native American farmers' debt after 12 white farmers sued
"A Matter Of Public Concern": Virginia Judge Orders Reinstatement Of Teacher Who Criticized Gender Policy
Judge Roger Benitez of California's Southern District, a George W. Bush appointee, said that California's ban on AR-15 "assault" rifles is a 30-year "failed experiment" and he declared the state's statutes to be unconstitutional.
In this video, we cover the latest major failure of the US justice system as it relates to the story of the decade.
-- COUNTY…GROUND ZERO OF ELECTION FRAUD…CASE COULD FLIP PRESIDENTIAL CERTIFICATION 'A LARGE NUMBER OF BALLOTS APPEAR TO HAVE BEEN COUNTED TWICE'
The U.S. Supreme Court is offering hints of the kind of paradigm shift conservatives have long craved by adding major abortion and gun-rights cases to its docket.
...against Christian students
Update (1300ET): White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed at today's briefing that Biden's Justice Department is reviewing the federal judge's decision, and "should have something to say later today."