Justice


DoJ Tries to Strip Terrorist of Citizenship

The Department of Justice has taken the rare step of trying to strip a convicted terrorist of U.S. citizenship. Pakistani-born Iyman Faris is serving the last years of a 20-year…

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Conway’s Husband Picked for Justice Post

President Donald Trump has chosen the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway to head the civil division of the Justice Department, The Wall Street Journal reported. George Conway was…

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DoJ Lays Out Defense of New Ban as Hearings Loom

The Justice Department on Monday laid out its first significant legal defense of President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban, arguing in a court filing that the harms opponents say it…

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High Court Justice Resigns Unexpectedly

The Israeli High Court experienced another shock on Tuesday after Justice Yoram Danziger unexpectedly announced his resignation, for “personal reasons.” “I have decided to end my tenure in a year…

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Pollard Appeal Raises Broader Issues

In the latest filing in the ongoing legal battle seeking the removal of broad and severe parole restrictions, attorneys for Jonathan Pollard warned on Monday that were a lower court’s…

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Eric Garner Case Rolls On, But Future Is Cloudy

A federal civil rights investigation into the death while in police custody of Eric Garner has been moving forward in New York, but its future is uncertain as a U.S.…

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Make Changes In, Not On, the Court

President Trump nominated Neil M. Gorsuch as the next Supreme Court justice Tuesday, and Senate Democrats are already lined up to oppose the nomination. Despite the super-heated political rhetoric, the…

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President Trump Nominates Judge Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

President Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch, a fast-rising conservative judge with a writer’s flair, to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, a selection expected to spark a fierce fight with Democrats…

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Hardiman, Gorsuch Said to Top Trump Supreme Court List

Federal appellate judges Thomas Hardiman and Neil Gorsuch have emerged as the two front-runners as Donald Trump prepares to make his first U.S. Supreme Court nomination next week, according to…

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A Wrongful Pardon

Over the past eight years, President Barack Obama hasn’t shied away from formulating deeply divisive policies, including the highly controversial Iran deal; the contentious Affordable Care Act, better known as…

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