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An Encouraging If Limited Ruling in California

A Southern California bakery can continue, at least for now, to refuse to bake wedding cakes for ceremonies that its owner considers incompatible with her religious convictions. That was the…

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Jury Selection at Trial of Ex-Cuomo Aide

Prospective jurors were largely oblivious to an anti-corruption demonstration outside Manhattan federal court before the criminal trial began Monday for a longtime aide to New York’s governor, dubbed the “trial…

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Judge Ends 1981 Court Order In GOP Voting Rights Case

A federal judge in New Jersey has officially terminated a consent decree prohibiting the Republican National Committee from engaging in tactics that can lead to voter intimidation, ending a legal…

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Court Intervenes to Stop Teachers Strike

The teachers strike set to shut down public schools across Israel on Wednesday has been cancelled following an injunction granted by the Tel Aviv labor court, on Tuesday evening. The…

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Judge Tells Manafort to Stop Communicating With Media

A U.S. federal judge on Monday issued a stern warning to President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort to refrain from making statements to the media that could harm…

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