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Why Did the US Government Shut Down? Experts Weigh In
Why Did the US Government Shut Down? Experts Weigh In
Supreme Court Justices Attend Mass before New Term
Supreme Court Justices Attend Mass before New Term
The NSA and Your Privacy
The NSA and Your Privacy
Supreme Court to Stay Open Even if Government Shuts Down
Supreme Court to Stay Open Even if Government Shuts Down
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Why Did the US Government Shut Down? Experts Weigh In

Why Did the US Government Shut Down? Experts Weigh In We reached out to experts across the nation to get their thoughts on why the recent government shutdown happened. Although a deal has been reached and the government is now back up and running, we also asked them what could…>read more

No Comment October 29, 2013

Supreme Court Justices Attend Mass before New Term

Supreme Court Justices Attend Mass before New Term On Sunday, a number of Supreme Court Justices attended the annual Red Mass at Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington, before starting the new term on Monday amid government shutdown. This term, the Supreme Court would also face…>read more

No Comment October 7, 2013

The NSA and Your Privacy

The NSA and Your Privacy With all the recent leaks by Snowden and others about the NSA and how it has been spying on so many American citizens, we wanted to find out how people around the country felt about this. We wanted to know…>read more

No Comment September 30, 2013

Supreme Court to Stay Open Even if Government Shuts Down

Supreme Court to Stay Open Even if Government Shuts Down   The U.S. Supreme Court has announced on its website that “In the event of a loss of appropriations, the Court will continue to conduct its normal operations through October 4. The Court building will be open to the public…>read more

No Comment September 30, 2013

Detroit Goes Broke, Files Chapter 9 Bankruptcy

Detroit Goes Broke, Files Chapter 9 Bankruptcy On Thursday, Detroit became the largest American city to file for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection. Law firm Jones Day is restructuring counsel for the bankruptcy. While approving the voluntary Chapter 9 petition Governor Rick Snyder said, “I knew from the…>read more

No Comment July 19, 2013

U.S. Government Regains Indefinite Detention Powers

U.S. Government Regains Indefinite Detention Powers The Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit has permanently vacated the injunction against “indefinite detention” issued by District Court Judge Kathryn Forrest in respect of the federal government’s powers under Section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act 2012. While remanding…>read more

No Comment July 18, 2013

U.S. Files Espionage Charges against Snowden

U.S. Files Espionage Charges against Snowden A court document unsealed on Friday at a federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia showed that Edward Snowden has been charged with theft of government property, unauthorized communication of national defense information and willful communication of classified communications…>read more

No Comment June 22, 2013

All Boston Public High Schools to Receive Free Condoms

All Boston Public High Schools to Receive Free Condoms On Wednesday, the Boston School Committee approved a policy to distribute free condoms for students to all 32 public high schools and their 17,000 students. Until now, such condoms were available at public high schools with on-site health centers in…>read more

No Comment June 20, 2013

NSA Whistleblower Snowden Emerges from Hiding to Discuss Extradition

NSA Whistleblower Snowden Emerges from Hiding to Discuss Extradition Edward Snowden, the man responsible for releasing National Security Agency documents revealing the existence of the PRISM data collection project emerged from hiding in Hong Kong and spoke with the South China Morning Post about what has happened to him…>read more

No Comment June 13, 2013

Secret Court Opinion Warning DOJ of Unconstitutional NSA Surveillance Isn’t Protected by Secret Court Rules

Secret Court Opinion Warning DOJ of Unconstitutional NSA Surveillance Isn’t Protected by Secret Court Rules On Wednesday, in a public ruling quite foreign to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the court’s chief judge Reggie Walton rejected arguments made by the DOJ for continuing to keep under wraps an FISC opinion, which held some NSA surveillance…>read more

No Comment June 13, 2013

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