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It may seem silly to ask a spy to register as a spy. Their operations after that point wouldn't be so covert, would they? But under federal law, acting as a foreign agent without first telling the Attorney General can...

Native American tribes sued Wisconsin officials for trying to tax their land, renewing a battle they thought had ended more than 150 years ago. By treaty in 1854, the Chippewa tribes claim their land was forever exempt from property...

Our long national nightmare has ended. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have finally agreed to a custody agreement involving the ex-couple's six children. While news of the out-of-court settlement leaked last month, more details have surfaced after the agreement was...

Discussed on this week's 5in5: Nixon v. Playboy.com, Inc. Residents at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility v. Iowa People v. Rodas David L. v. Mariana C. Daniels v. FanDuel, Inc. Relevant Articles Playboy Sued by Blind Man Wanting to Read the Articles Iowa Prison Porn Ban: 58 Iowa Inmates Suing for Right to Pornography Can Someone Declared Incompetent Stand Trial Later? Personal Jurisdiction College Athletes’ Suit…

Apply for Support Staff-Title I Migrant Recruiter position at School District of Osceola County, FL in Saint Cloud, Florida on jobs.osceolaschools.net/

A recent Eighth Circuit decision made a rather technical distinction when it came to a recent Title VII retaliation claim: a job applicant's request for a religious accommodation is not protected activity for the purposes of a Title VII...

Former sports physician Larry Nassar has been sentenced to hundreds of years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting patients and minors in his care. Many of those victims were members of Michigan State's and the United States national...

Justice Sonya Sotomayor has issued another dissent in a case involving another death row inmate opting for the electric chair over a lethal injection as his preference for execution. And while the ink was barely dry on the page,...

Fior Pichardo de Veloz was on her way to Miami for the birth of her grandchild when a not-so-funny thing happened. She was arrested on old drug charges, but that wasn't it. What happened next made all the newspapers:...

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One of the misconceptions concerning the First Amendment is that its free speech protections protect any speech at all. Not quite. There are all kinds of restrictions on speech and expression, from bans on nudity and obscenity to prohibitions on...

For many years, it was understood that college athletes retained little, if any, right to their likenesses while they fell under the pseudo-legal

Prison is no picnic. Despite what you might have seen in movies or TV series, or when you've heard from friends of friends about their cousin's time behind bars, losing your freedom, perhaps your job and future employment possibilities, and...

While most of us are wrapped up in the holiday spirit, there are a few criminals out there looking to take advantage of the holiday season. And, admittedly, some of us enjoy a little too much of the holiday...

AOL, a Verizon-owned company, has agreed to pay a fine of $4.95 million for helping advertisers track children online. It sounds like a lot of money, but it also sounds criminal. Isn't

Perhaps it's the century or more that their culture was systematically dismantled and almost destroyed completely that makes Hawaiians especially protective of certain words, phrases, and concepts, along with the very descriptor,

A recent Ninth Circuit appellate opinion explains that the federal law prohibiting individuals from inducing or encouraging undocumented immigration when they know it will be unlawful is unconstitutional. Simply put, the court explained that the statute criminalized