Supreme Court Allows West Point to Consider Race in Admissions

Justices say the request to block the use of affirmative action was “underdeveloped.“ The Supreme Court declined a request to block the use of affirmative action in the…

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Federal Court Dismisses Disney Lawsuit Against FL Governor

He ruled that free speech challenges cannot be brought against constitutionally enacted laws. District Judge Allen Winsor dismissed Walt Disney Co.’s lawsuit against the Florida government, saying the…

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U.S. and U.K. Launch Air Strikes Against Houthis 

The rebel group in Yemen states, “All U.S., UK interests have become ‘legitimate targets.’” The United States and British militaries bombed more than 60 targets in Yemen which…

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Justice Department Sues Texas Over Border Enforcement

Feds claim state law unconstitutionally supersedes Congress. On Wednesday, the Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Texas for its Senate Bill 4, which allows state officials to…

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Supreme Court Will Expedite Trump Immunity Case 

They did not indicate how soon the matter will be heard. The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to expedite Special Counsel Jack Smith’s request, made…

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Semi-Automatic Weapons Ban Voted Down in Senate

A unanimous vote was required to reauthorize 1994 legislation. A weapons ban and universal background check measure was recently voted down in the U.S. Senate. Members of the…

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Federal Appeals Court Rules Handgun Licensing Unconstitutional

Judge strikes down Maryland law requiring a 30-day waiting period for a handgun purchase. The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked Maryland’s law requiring those seeking to…

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DOJ Launches Civil Rights Probe into Lexington, Mississippi Police

The department received multiple reports of unwarranted searches and arrests. The Department of Justice (DOJ) launched a civil rights probe into the police department of Lexington, Mississippi this…

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5th Circuit Court Upholds Nasdaq Board Diversity Rule

Judges state the board information is important for transparency. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the latest lawsuit filed by Edward Blum and upheld Nasdaq’s board diversity…

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Justice Department Investigates NJ Police Department

Complaints of inappropriate force used by Trenton officers spur the probe. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has opened an investigation into the Trenton Police Department (TPD) and the…

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