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Brett Kavanaugh Still Has A Lifetime Judgeship If He Doesn't Get On The Supreme Court
Will Democrats investigate or impeach the D.C. Circuit judge if they get a chance?
Brett Kavanaugh On Guantanamo Detainees: International Law Doesn't Matter
Trump's Supreme Court nominee spent years defending the government's right to imprison some people without charge.
2 Teen Immigrants In Custody Can Obtain Abortions, Federal Judge Orders
But the Justice Department immediately moves to appeal the case of one 17-year-old.
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Appeals Court: Teen Immigrant Can Get Abortion Over Trump Administration Objections
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The ruling tosses out a decision by a panel of federal appeals court judges.
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Appeals Court Lets Trump Administration Keep Blocking Undocumented Teen's Abortion
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The 17-year-old received permission from a state judge on Sept. 25 to make her own decision about her pregnancy. But the government won't let her carry it out.
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Citizens United Has Been A Disaster For The Country
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Floyd Abrams, who represented Senator Mitch McConnell in the Supreme Court in the Citizens United case, wrote an op-ed in
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Detained Immigrant Teen's Abortion Delayed Again By Appeals Court
A lower court previously ruled that the government must allow "Jane Doe" to undergo the procedure on Friday or Saturday.
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DC Just Sacrificed A Gun Control Law To Help Other Places Save Theirs
“It’s a very courageous decision by D.C."
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The Regulation Myth
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The rule of law does not inhibit commerce; it makes it possible.
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Murder Conviction Overturned In Infamous Blackwater Massacre Case
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Fourteen unarmed Iraqi civilians were killed at a Baghdad traffic circle in 2007.
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Court Ruling Throws A Wrench In Trump's Obamacare Sabotage Plan
States have standing to fight a lawsuit threatening billions in funding for health insurers, an appeals court said.
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Great Lakes Wolves To Remain On Endangered Species List, Court Rules
Conservationists say the decision could help save other imperiled wildlife.
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Appeals Court Blocks D.C. Gun Law Restricting Concealed Carry
The 2-1 ruling struck down the local government’s third major attempt in 40 years to limit handgun rights.
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Courts Must Hold Executive Branch Accountable For Drone Strikes
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