Federal Judge Rules USPS Gun Ban Unconstitutional

She stated that “a blanket restriction on firearms possession… is incongruent with the American tradition.“ U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle cited the Supreme Court’s New York State…

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Chief Justice Roberts Urges Caution in AI Use

He advocates strongly for slow implementation and AI protections in the annual assessment report. Chief Justice John Roberts outlined the court’s most comprehensive statement on artificial intelligence (AI)…

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Supreme Court Declines to Hear Case About Trump Immunity

The high court will allow the case to proceed through a federal appeals court. The U.S. Supreme Court refused Special Counsel Jack Smith’s request to take up a…

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District Judge Upholds Texas TikTok Ban on State Devices

He rules that restrictions on government devices do not violate the First Amendment. District Judge Robert Pitman upheld Texas’ state ban on the use of TikTok on government…

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District Judge Blocks Montana TikTok Ban

Ban proposed fining TikTok $10,000 for each violation. District Judge Donald Molloy recently blocked Montana’s state-wide ban on the use of TikTok, issuing a preliminary injunction to block…

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District Judge Upholds Federal Right to Remove Southern Border Fence

Judge criticizes federal border policy, but says fence removal is legal. District Judge Alia Moses recently ruled that the federal government has legal grounds to remove the razor…

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Federal Judge Blocks ATF Regulation on Pistol Braces

The decision deems the ATF rule unlawful, protecting millions of gun owners from immediate criminalization. Federal Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk blocked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives…

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Federal Judge Warns of ID Theft Scam Related to 3M Settlement

Veterans involved in class action lawsuits over earplugs have been targeted. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers warned the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) last month that scam callers…

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Federal Judge Rules in FTC’s Favor in Telemarketing Case

Companies held liable for deceptive practices. A federal judge in Illinois upheld the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) case that began in 2019 against a telemarketing company and its…

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Senator Menendez Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

Other charges include bribery, fraud, and extortion. U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey pleaded not guilty to a charge alleging that he acted as a foreign agent…

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