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A measure that would divide California into three parts won't appear on the ballot in November, the state Supreme Court decided Wednesday. The justices ordered... [Read More]
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Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. [Read More]
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The Supreme Court nominee's dissent in the case of a pregnant, undocumented teenager should worry abortion-rights supporters. [Read More]
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A ballot imitative that was slated to appear on the November ballot in California to split the state into three has been blocked by the California... [Read More]
The justices on Wednesday ordered the secretary of state not to put the initiative before voters, saying significant questions have been raised about its validity. [Read More]
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California Supreme Court blocks measure that would divide state in three from appearing on November ballot. [Read More]
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"There's a root of good humor and good heart and sense of self and a sense of past." [Read More]
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A Pennsylvania law that ended cash welfare benefits in 2012 and changed other human services provisions is being invalidated over methods used to push it... [Read More]
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Meanwhile, a new poll shows that Kavanaugh's support from the public is narrower than usual for a Supreme Court nominee, another detail that could point... [Read More]
Law enforcement officers are on high alert this week as departments across the southeast United States take part in "Operation Southern Shield," a collaborative effort... [Read More]
Gov. Jerry Brown's office in July 2018 urged the California Supreme Court to expedite its hearing of Cal Fire Local 2881 v. CalPERS, a pension... [Read More]
Former Ohio State University wrestling coach and current U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan was interviewed by the... [Read More]
Egypt's Parliament has approved a law that could give senior military commanders immunity from future prosecution over the deadly crackdown following the 2013 overthrow of... [Read More]
If passed, what will the Jewish nation-state bill mean for the future of the Supreme Court? [Read More]
ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO – For years, Missouri public schools were required to be in session for a minimum of 174 days and 1,044 hours... [Read More]
A federal judge said that Jews are protected by a law banning racial discrimination when seeking employment. [Read More]
Says Orange Line trains and suchlike are not necessities, immediate requirement is water... [Read More]
The sweep and pageantry of the U.S. Supreme Court came right to Indiana Sen. Todd Young's doorstep when court nominee Brett Kavanaugh came calling. [Read More]
Reaction over Florida's new beach access law has included confusion, and for one lawyer, two separate encounters with Walton County deputies.        ... [Read More]
A Fairfield family spoke out against the release of police body camera footage in the case of their family member who was fatally stabbed by... [Read More]
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