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Hunter Biden found guilty of all counts in gun trial | Fox News

A verdict has been reached in the historic criminal trial of first son Hunter Biden, who was accused of lying about his drug use on a federal gun form in 2018.

Politics | Politics

Did Fani Willis Indict Defendants Without Proper Jurisdiction?

If a court rules that she did, her entire case crumbles and would leave her and Fulton County vulnerable to a multimillion-dollar lawsuit.

Politics | Politics

Biden, White House blame Israel war for forgetting basic facts during special counsel interviews

President Biden and White House officials on Thursday blamed his memory issues during the special counsel interview on the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.

Politics | Politics

Special counsel: No charges for Biden over classified documents | AP News

The report from special counsel Robert Hur, represents a harshly critical assessment of Biden’s handling of sensitive government materials.

Politics | Politics

Hunter's 'Sugar Bro' Evasive Testimony Gets Him Into a Different Kind of Trouble – PJ Media

 Hunter Biden's "Sugar Bro," who financially bailed out the president's son from shortly after the moment they met appears to have changed their bromance origin story in a crucial way in testimony before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees this week. But it's a switch that may get him into more trouble than he is now.

Politics | Politics

Inside Biden’s secret surveillance court - POLITICO

In a deal to let companies keep trading transatlantic data, the White House built an opaque new forum that could affect national security and privacy rights — without any public paper trail.

Politics | Politics

New Jan. 6 Videos Confirm Capitol Police Officer Was Not Truthful In Oath Keepers Trial

According to investigative journalist Steve Baker from Blaze Media, newly released closed-circuit TV video clips from the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, reveal that Capitol Police Special Agent David Lazarus provided false testimony in the trial of the

Politics | Politics

The Disqualification of Donald Trump and Other Legal Urban Legends

Below is a slightly expanded version of my column in The Hill on the increasingly popular theory that former president Donald Trump is already barred from office under the 14th Amendment. It is a t…

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court will hear a case that could undo Capitol riot charge against hundreds, including Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it will hear an appeal that could upend hundreds of charges stemming from the Capitol riot, including against former President Donald Trump. The justices will review an appellate ruling that revived

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The shoplifting crisis is a nightmare. Here are 5 things this ex-NYPD inspector wants you to know | Fox News

The shoplifting crisis is a national nightmare. This former New York police inspector wants you to know these five essential things about the spike in thefts.

Politics | Free Speech

Louisiana Sheriff Arrested Man for Criticizing Officers. Now, the Fifth Circuit Has Ruled in Man's Favor

Louisiana officers aren't getting qualified immunity on this one.

Politics | Politics

New York Raised the Age of Criminal Liability to 18. You Can Imagine How That Turned Out – PJ Media

New York State was inspired to raise the age for a person to be criminally liable under the law to age 18 back in 2018. It’s all the rage in progressive jurisdictions to treat violent, juvenile offenders like Father Flanagan’s kids (“There’s no such thing as a bad boy”).

Politics | Politics

Former CIA Chief Admits He Was Pressured By Biden Campaign To Orchestrate Letter Claiming Hunter Laptop Was Russian Disinformation

According to bombshell new testimony, former acting CIA director Mike Morell says that he was told by the Biden campaign to squash the Hunter Biden laptop

Politics | Politics

US Compensates People Injured by COVID-19 Vaccines for First Time

The United States has for the first time paid people who were injured by COVID-19 vaccines. Three people received ...

Politics | Politics

Fmr WH Stenographer: ‘Biden Is a Criminal and I’ve Got the Evidence’

A stenographer in the Obama Admin, Mike McCormick, says while working on Air Force One he was a witness to Biden orchestrating kickback scheme, & ultimately went to the FBI — but they have unsurprisingly failed to follow-up on his report, which he filed under penalty of perjury.

Politics | Donald Trump

BREAKING: Trump Indictment Released. Read It Here.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg unsealed the 34-count indictment against Donald Trump after the former president exited the Manhattan courtroom on Tuesday. Trump pleaded not guilty to the char...

Politics | Liberal Fascism

Could Trump Prosecutor Alvin Bragg Go to Prison? It's Possible

On Monday night, it was leaked that Donald Trump will be charged with 34 felony counts for allegedly falsifying business records. The details of the indictment were not supposed to be released, and Tr...

Politics | Politics

AZ Senate Elections & House Municipal Oversight & Elections Joint Committee

Riveting testimony. Cartel bribes, money laundering, kickbacks, all the way to the top according to evidence provided.

Pets & Animals | Animals

Protecting Your Pup From 'Dangerous Dog' Laws

Dog guardians, be aware: The area where you are living likely has laws that could get your precious companion confined for life — or worse. The specific

Politics | Politics

'Pay to slay': Biden sued for sending half a billion in Palestinian aid that could fund acts of terrorism | Fox News

The lawsuit, led by America First Legal, names President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken as defendants for allegedly violating the Taylor Force Act.

Politics | Politics

Pinal County Officials Stayed Mum About Vote Count Discrepancies During Election Trials

The judge presiding over Abe Hamadeh’s election challenge dismissed the case Dec. 23 without knowing that Pinal County would admit a few days later to mishandling hundreds of ballots that contained votes in the Attorney General race. Instead, numerous P

Politics | Politics

FBI Put Key Dossier Source on Payroll in Apparent Effort to Conceal Dossier Fabrications

Commentary Special counsel John Durham filed a pretrial motion in limine on Sept. 13 in his false statements ...

Science & Technology | Technology

AI Image Generators are a New Frontier of Copyright Confusion

A disagreement between two artists selling on Adobe Stock highlights a major issue: who owns what when it comes to AI generated art?

Politics | Politics

Attorney general requests Maricopa County reports of Election Day problems, procedures

Maricopa County has until Nov. 28 to respond to the Attorney General’s request before submitting its official canvass to the Secretary of State.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Surviving the Dreaded “You’re Fired” Interview | Workplace Coach Blog

How to terminate an employee: surviving the dreaded "you're fired" interview; how to prepare; what to do and say

Politics | Politics

7 Bombshells From Special Master Order Following Trump Raid

The judge's order reveals Biden was directly involved in the FBI's raid of the former president's home, plus six other bombshells.

Politics | Politics

Trump lawyers oppose DOJ request to continue to use classified docs seized by FBI during investigation

Former President Trump’s legal team opposed the DOJ's motion to continue its review of classified documents seized by the FBI, and stressed they have not yet proven that records "remain classified."

Politics | Politics

Old case over audio tapes in Bill Clinton's sock drawer could impact Mar-a-Lago search dispute | Just The News

Judge ruled in 2012 that a president's discretion to declare records "personal" is far-reaching and mostly unchallengeable.

Politics | Politics

Selective History in the Dobbs Dissent – Justin Buckley Dyer

Abortion prior to quickening was not a protected common-law liberty at the time of the American founding.

Pets & Animals | Interesting Animal Stories

Louisiana Becomes Ninth State To Ban Cosmetics Cruelly Tested on Animals

Louisiana has become the ninth state to ban cosmetics cruelly tested on animals, with broad bipartisan support for this critical progress for animal welfare. Act 712, signed by Gov. John Bel Edwards in June, prohibits within the state the sale of cosmetic

News | The News

The Three Key Words That Rule Musk-Twitter Fight, And What Will Happen Next

Three magic words loom over Elon Musk’s bid to scuttle his $44 billion buyout of Twitter, according to Bloomberg.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Fired For Using My Company’s Email During Non-Work Hours: Or Was There More to the Story? | Workplace Coach Blog

Fired for using my company's email during non-work hours, or was there more to the story?

Politics | Corruption

Loudoun Rapist Removed From Sex Offender Registry After County Board Member Says He’s The Victim

On the heels of a juvenile court judge ruling to place the now 15-year-old boy in Loudoun County, Virginia, who sexually assaulted at least two students in high schools on the sex offender registry for life — the ruling has been revoked.

Business & Finance | Business

Top tech lawyers reveal the biggest legal mistakes that startup founders make — and how to avoid them

Startup problems can often be traced back to simple errors early on. Insider spoke to lawyers who shared their top tips for avoiding legal trouble.

News | News

Explainer: Why did the judge drop Kyle Rittenhouse gun charge? | PBS NewsHour

No one contested that Rittenhouse was underage with a gun. But defense experts had seized on a section of the state's law to argue that it was limited to short-barreled shotguns or rifles.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Netflix Fired 3 Executives for Slack Chat: More to the Story - Workplace Coach Blog

Netflix Fired 3 Executives for Slack Chat: Right? Wrong?

News | In The News

Bill Cosby released after assault conviction overturned by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Pennsylvania high court vacates Bill Cosby's conviction, orders him freed from prison

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

You Can Sue for Anything. Even When You're in the Wrong. - Workplace Coach Blog

Ex-employee sues her employer for firing her for racism after she acts in a racist manner

News | The News

Mohammad Anwar’s Alleged Teenage Murderers Reach Plea Deal, Will Not Be ‘Held Past The Age Of 21’ Or ‘Placed In A Prison

According to reports, the two teenage girls charged with the felony murder of a 66-year-old Uber Eats driver in Washington, D.C. have reached a plea deal

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

A Terrific Applicant; A Hard-to-fill Position and an Outstanding Warrant - Workplace Coach Blog

When your #1 candidate has a warrant for her arrest AND you REALLY want to hire her

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

COVID Vaccination Update—in light of the vaccine’s “Emergency Use Authorization” status - Workplace Coach Blog

Will COVID vaccination be mandatory in light of the contradiction between EEOC and FDA guidance?

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Many of Our Employees Refuse Vaccinations - Workplace Coach Blog

Should we make COVID vaccination mandatory? Many of our employees plan to refuse it.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Parler Judge Balks at Quick Action to Restore Site on Amazon - Bloomberg

Parler is likely to remain offline, at least in the near-term, after a judge indicated she’s likely to take a slower, considered approach whether to force Amazon.com Inc. to restore its web-hosting service for the conservative social media platform.Amazon

News | News

FTC and State AGs v. Facebook: Monopolization Law Faces Biggest Challenge in Decades

The FTC and attorneys general of 48 states recently filed antitrust lawsuits against Facebook for allegedly monopolizing the “personal social network services” market. Jonathan Rubin and Jennifer M. Oliver, partners at MoginRubin LLP, say the agencies wil

Politics | Politics

President Trump delivers remarks on 2020 election fraud

Breaking News, Latest News and Current News from OANN.com. Breaking news and video. Latest Current News: U.S., World, Entertainment, Health, Business, Technology, Politics, Sports.

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Can't Stand 2 More Weeks of This Supervisor - Workplace Coach Blog

How to get a great new job, when you suddenly quit.

Politics | Politics

Legacy of the Court-Packing Plan; A quarter-century after F.D.R. began his unsuccessful battle over the Supreme Court. t

A Lewis article examines Ct in light of F D Roosevelt's unsuccessful '37 Ct-packing plan; finds Ct's independence secure despite changes in nature of its business and attitudes of justices

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Do Employer Owe Employees Paid Sick Leave When They Self-Quarantine - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: After I spent a weekend bar hoping, I felt remorseful, and self-quarantined so I wouldn’t bring COVID into my …

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

I've Been Told Never To Fire An Employee On A Friday; But I Really, Really Want to - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: I’ve been told to never to fire an employee on Friday, but I really don’t want this employee back …

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

My Employer Asks Personally Invasive Questions; Do I Have to Answer? - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: My employer emailed me a health status questionnaire that’s due Friday. I’m used to and feel okay about questions …

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

I Don't Want to Wear a Face Mask; Can My Employer Make Me? - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: My employer’s “back to the office” email informs us we’re required to wear face masks anytime we’re not at …

News | News

Feds say Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Justice Department investigation has found Yale University is illegally discriminating against Asian American and white applicants, in violation of federal civil rights law,...

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Employees & Their Families Sue Employers Over COVID-19 Exposure - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: My partner and I have owned and operated our business for twenty-three years.  When the pandemic first hit, we …

Politics | Politics

Alexandria rape suspect freed due to coronavirus kills accuser: police

Police in Virginia say that a rape suspect who was released from jail in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic went on to kill the woman who had accused him.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Employees Push Back Against Returning to Work, Choosing Unemployment - Workplace Coach Blog

Question: We didn’t expect the pushback we got from two of our furloughed employees when we called them back to …

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

6 ?s to Answer Before Returning Your Workplace to a "New Normal" - Workplace Coach Blog

You’ve been operating your company with a skeleton crew. In less than ten days, you plan to resume “new-normal” operations. Before you welcome your furloughed employees back to the workplace, make sure you can answer these six questions. Can you imp

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple will soon let developers challenge App Store rules | TechCrunch

Apple has announced an upcoming change to App Store rules that could mark a major shift in how the marketplace operates. Developers will soon be able to challenge not just the rejection of an app, but the rule that prompted that rejection. Bug fixes will

Science & Technology | Technology

Big Tech's Section 230 law: What it is and why some want it changed

The Justice Department is hosting a workshop to examine the scope of the Big Tech protection law known as Section 230.


Brooklyn grand jury fails to indict woman accused of anti-Semitic attack

Jasmine Lucas, 24, was held for seven days in Rikers Island on a charge of second-degree robbery as a hate crime after her New Year’s Day arrest in Williamsburg.

Science & Technology | Technology

Web scraping is now legal - Towards Data Science

In late 2019, the US Court of Appeals denied LinkedIn’s request to prevent HiQ, an analytics company, from scraping its data. The decision was a historic moment in the data privacy and data…

Politics | Hamas, Gaza & The Palestinian Authority

How the Palestinians Manipulate the International Criminal Court Against Israel | HonestReporting

A sustained campaign has turned the ICC against Israel, and made it into a political tool, despite its lack of jurisdiction, and against the intentions of the court's founders.

News | Jewish Community

Judaism, Jails and Justice: A Conversation With Judge Jack B. Weinstein

The 98-year-old federal jurist speaks about criminal justice, the Aleph Institute, and the Rebbe’s influence on his life and work

Pets & Animals | Animals

Animal cruelty now a federal crime after Trump signs bipartisan bill into law

A bipartisan bill that makes animal cruelty a federal crime has passed Congress, and the president signed it into law on Monday. 

News | In The News

The tests that determine drunk driving are often unreliable, and judges are starting to question them

Alcohol breath tests, used by police stations across the country to convict drunk drivers, often produce inaccurate results, a New York Times investigatio...

Science & Technology | Technology

Yahoo data breach settlement: How to claim $358 or credit monitoring - CNN

Was your Yahoo account among the 3 billion struck by multiple data breaches between 2013 and 2016? You might be eligible for a $358 payout or two years of free credit monitoring.

Visual Arts | Photography

Photography Cheat Sheet: Privacy and Copyright for Photographers

Today's photography cheat sheet is all about the rights and responsibilities of photographers when it comes to matters concerning copyright and privacy.

Politics | Politics

“He Said Not to Tell Anyone”: How Trump Kept Tabs on Jeffrey Epstein

In the months before he ran for president, Donald Trump was in conversation with National Enquirer owner David Pecker about his old acquaintance, Jeffrey Epstein, and how his sexual abuse scandal might affect the Clintons.

Pets & Animals | Animals!

Feds announce new guidelines for service and emotional support animals on planes - CNNPolitics

Airlines are prohibited from banning specific breeds of dogs on board flights as service or emotional support animals, the US Transportation Department said Thursday, amid controversy over safety and passengers abusing the policies for emotional support a

Politics | Politics

Is This the End of Office of Special Counsel?

Ordinary prosecutors are not allowed to comment about why they decided not to prosecute the subject of an investigation. The Mueller Report, when made public, violated that salutary tradition. It contained negative information about people, including the

Politics | BDS

Ilhan Omar Is Wrong. Here Is Why Anti-BDS Laws Are Perfectly Constitutional.

Jew-hater extraordinaire Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) — she of "Jews have dual loyalty" and "support for Israel is only due to monetary interest" fame — is at it again.

News | Interesting Stories

Hotels Face Growing Backlash Against Resort Fees

Government officials and hotel booking sites have opened two new fronts in the war against hidden resort fees. Consumer Reports explains.

Politics | Politics

Flight Logs Put Clinton on Pedophile Billionaire’s Sex Jet

Bill Clinton took repeated trips on the " Lolita Express"—the private passenger jet owned by billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein—with an actress in softcore porn movies whose name appears in Epstein's address book under an entry for &q

Politics | The "Squad"

AOC to face lawsuit over blocking Twitter users, following appeals court ruling on Trump | Fox News

Former Democratic New York Assemblyman Dov Hikind told Fox News on Tuesday he's preparing to sue Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for blocking users on Twitter based on their personal viewpoints, following a federal appeals court ruling barring Pres

Politics | Hamas, Gaza & The Palestinian Authority

Dershowitz: Trump's ambassador is right on Israel's annexation. His posturing, pro-Palestinian critics are wrong

David Friedman is right: International law supports Israel retaining some of the West Bank. I should know – I helped draft it.

News | The News

It’s Barr’s ‘Baby’ Now, Not Mueller’s

For nearly two years, Robert Mueller worked for the U.S. Department of Justice as a special counsel appointed by then-Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Despite the Left’s attempt to deify Robert Mueller as an omnipotent figure somehow unbound by the

News | News

Chalking tires to enforce parking rules is unconstitutional, court finds

A federal appeals panel ruled in a Michigan case that a parking officer who marks your tires with chalk is trespassing.

News | The News

Washington Man Refused To Let Cops Into His Home Without A Warrant. He Was Convicted Of Obstruction.

While the media decries the fact that President Donald Trump won’t be charged with obstruction for tweets critical of the investigation into the nonexistent crime of collusion, a man in Washington state knows what it’s like to be convicted of obstruct

Business & Finance | Marketing

Creating Content That Doesn’t Require Your Legal Department

Over the years, I have worked with companies who are used to having their legal department review all of their content before it’s released to the public. When I tell them that by shifting what they write about, they can ultimately speed up their intern

Politics | Politics

Trump’s golf course employed undocumented workers — and then fired them amid showdown over border wall - The Washing

About a dozen employees, some of whom had worked at a Trump golf course in New York for years, were let go Jan. 18.

News | Interesting Stories

Girl Scouts sue Boy Scouts over program's name change

The Girl Scouts of the United States of America filed a trademark infringement lawsuit Tuesday against the Boy Scouts of America for dropping the word "boy" from its flagship program in an effort to attract girls.

Politics | Politics

Chevron Ecuador Case: Its Attempted Shakedown Had Many Stakeholders | National Review

A rock star, an aide to Andrew Cuomo, journalists, and Ecuadoran government officials had stakes in a shakedown of the oil company. It almost worked.

News | The News

9 Serious Problems With All The Accusations Made Against Kavanaugh

There are multiple red flags with the newest allegations of sexual misconduct that were made on Wednesday against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Politics | POLITICS

Here Are Trump's Two Best Defenses To The Cohen Campaign Finance Allegations

President Trump is the world’s worst client. He speaks when he should shut up; he doesn’t listen to his lawyers; he takes action that exacerbates legal difficulties.

Science & Technology | TECH

How doorbell cameras are creating dilemmas for police, neighborhoods

Police departments want to know about crimes, suspicious activities caught on home security cameras before homeowners post videos on social media.

News | Abortion

Trump Blows Away a Penumbra

Liberals are hysterical because a long era of judge-made law may be about to end.

Politics | Politics

In Denmark, Harsh New Laws for Immigrant ‘Ghettos’

The Danes, who have struggled to integrate non-Western families, are getting tough: From age 1, immigrant children will receive mandatory instruction in “Danish culture.”

Politics | Politics

Q&A: Do migrants who enter illegally get 'due process'?

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump claims this week on Twitter that America's immigration problems could be solved by "simply" stopping migrants at the border and denying their access to a judge after entering the country illegally.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court rules in favor of Ohio 'voter purge'

The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Ohio’s "use it or lose it" practice of cleaning up its voter rolls. 

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Should You Form An LLC Or An S-Corp, And What's The Difference?

Deciding how your business gets taxed is an important but sometimes complicated question for new business owners.

Politics | Politics

Five takeaways from Trump adding Giuliani | TheHill

The president has turned to the former New York City mayor for help with the Russia investigation.

News | Interesting Stories

State launches Aetna probe after stunning admission - CNN

California's insurance commissioner has launched an investigation into Aetna after learning a former medical director for the insurer admitted under oath he never looked at patients' records when deciding whether to approve or deny care.

Politics | From CNN

Charge upgraded against suspect in Charlottesville rally killing

An Ohio driver accused of plowing into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one woman, is facing an upgraded murder charge.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

How to break a lease: Pros and cons of breaking your rental contract — and tenants’ legal rights

Want to break an apartment lease agreement? Here's what to know about leaving your apartment — without hurting your credit score or having your landlord take you to small claims court.

Politics | Politics

Mystery Solved: Now We Know Why Comey Did Nothing About Hillary

It's no wonder James Comey refused to press charges against Hillary Clinton for her egregious security breaches: He may have been guilty of the same thing.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Bill Cosby Mistrial: Legal Experts Debate How It Happened and What's Next | Hollywood Reporter

"Are either of you surprised? Can’t say I am," says THR senior editor Eriq Gardner as a trio of trial watchers discuss the reasons for the hung jury, the celebrity factor and whether a retrial makes sense: "It’s always nearly impossible

Politics | Politics

If the president says it, is it no longer classified? - CNNPolitics.com

Was it legal for President Donald Trump to disclose classifed information to Russian officials?

News | Interesting Stories

Exclusive - Uber faces criminal probe over software used to evade authorities

The U.S. Department of Justice has begun a criminal investigation into Uber Technologies Inc's use of a software tool that helped its drivers evade local transportation regulators, two sources familiar with the situation said.

Politics | Politics

Monitoring May Have ‘Incidentally’ Picked Up Trump Aides, House Member Says

The White House seized on the comments as evidence of wiretapping, but the remarks indicated that the intelligence targets were foreign officials, not President Trump.

Politics | Politics

Here’s what Trump was thinking when he made those bombshell wiretapping allegations

President Trump made headlines on Saturday after he sent a series of explosive tweets claiming that the phones in his Manhattan skyscraper were tapped by former President Barack Obama during last year’s campaign. On Sunday, the White House released a st

Politics | Politics

Donald Trump’s inauguration cake is a lesson in intellectual property law — Quartz

Cake hasn't been controversial since the 1800s when French queen consort Marie Antoinette allegedly declared France's poor, who had no bread, should eat brioche instead (in English: "let them eat cake"). But at US president Donald Trump's ina

Politics | Politics

Rep. Gowdy Demands Comey Explain Why Clinton’s False Statements Aren’t Evidence of Guilt

Rep. Gowdy Demands Comey Explain Why Clinton’s False Statements Aren’t Evidence of Guilt At a congressional hearing Thursday, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) grilled ...

Politics | Politics

What to Know About the New Clinton-Related Emails

The revelation that the FBI is working to review a cache of newly discovered emails potentially tied to the agency’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s private email server has jolted her campaign and put FBI Director James Comey in the crosshairs

Politics | Politics

Clinton emails: 'Quid pro quo' bid to bury Benghazi message - BBC News

The State Department denies one of its officials pressured the FBI to change the classification of a Hillary Clinton email in a "quid pro quo".

Politics | Politics

Yes, Hillary Wants to Get Rid of the Second Amendment

A “gun violence prevention proposal” such as Hillary’s is simply a smokescreen over the ultimate aim of gun confiscation.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Startups are Personal, Part VIII: Protect Your Intellectual Property From the Start - Forbes

We end our lessons learned series (co-authored by me and Mike Willee) with our favorite topic, intellectual property (IP). Many entrepreneurs fail to recognize the importance of IP—let alone the value of an IP protection plan in the earliest stages of t

News | Interesting Stories

LA Parking Restrictions Also Confusing To City Parking Engineers

A parking management engineer says they do not have a "comprehensive database" of which parking restrictions correspond with which streets.

Family & Parenting | Kids

California Student Data Release: Court Changes Course | Patch

Pleasanton, CA - Parents worried about the release of sensitive records sent an avalanche of objection letters to the court.

News | Interesting Stories

Knife Found Buried on OJ Simpson's Estate Years Ago Finally Turned Over to LAPD

The bloody knife reportedly found on O.J. Simpson's estate was stored in a police officer's house for years.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Justice Clarence Thomas breaks 10-year streak, asks question in court - CNNPolitics.com

For the first time in a decade, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spoke during oral arguments.

News | Interesting Stories

Apple says investigators ruined best way to access terrorist data - CNET

A backup feature might have provided the FBI with a way to access data from the iPhone of a San Bernardino terrorist. But a change to the Apple iCloud password foiled that idea.

News | News

Heavily armed Louisiana police captain taunts local gangsters in video

A Louisiana police captain sent out a blunt message Wednesday for members of a local street gang. 'You will be hunted. You will be tracked,' Captain Clay Higgins (pictured) said.

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple Unlocked iPhones for the Feds 70 Times Before - The Daily Beast

A 2015 court case shows the tech giant was willing to play ball with the government before—and is only stopping now because it might ‘tarnish the Apple brand.’

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

A 19-year-old made a free robot lawyer that has appealed $3 million in parking tickets

It's a simple bot that helps with court appeals — but could it replace the need for human lawyers?

Science & Technology | Technology

NSA chief: ‘Paris would not have happened’ without encrypted apps

National Security Agency Director Adm. Michael Rogers warns that encryption is making it “much more difficult” for the agency to intercept the communications of terrorist groups like the Islamic State, citing November’s Paris attacks as a case where

Family & Parenting | Kids

10 million California student records about to be released to attorneys - San Jose Mercury News

In a massive data release, California public-school records on about 10 million students -- including their Social Security numbers -- are about to be handed over to attorneys for a group suing the state, with both parties blaming the other for the impend

Politics | Politics

What Justice Scalia’s death means for pending Supreme Court decisions

Justice Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court’s conservative firebrand, died Saturday, leaving the fate of a controversial and high-stakes term very much up in the air.

Politics | Politics

APNewsBreak: US declares 22 Clinton emails 'top secret'

The Obama administration confirmed for the first time Friday that Hillary Clinton's unsecured home server contained closely guarded government secrets, censoring 22 emails with material requiring one of ...

News | News

Radical romance: SoCal jihadists committed to terror 2 years ago, says FBI boss Comey | Fox News

FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday that husband-wife team that carried out the San Bernardino, Calif., terror attack appeared to have been “radicalized” at least two years earlier, before they even started dating online.

Politics | Politics

House passes bill that could limit Syrian refugees - CNNPolitics.com

The House easily passed a bill Thursday that would suspend the program allowing Syrian and Iraqi refugees into the U.S. until key national security agencies certify they don't pose a security risk.

News | News

Supreme Court gives broader immunity to police using deadly force in chases

The Supreme Court made it harder Monday to sue police for using deadly force against fleeing suspects, ruling that officers are immune from lawsuits unless it is “beyond debate” that a shooting was unjustified and clearly unreasonable.

Politics | Politics

California's Prop. 47 revolution: Voters were sold a bill of goods

As crime rates rise, Californians are realizing that they were sold a bill of goods on Proposition 47, the 2014 ballot measure that converted some felonies to misdemeanors. The campaign spin was all about reducing the punishment for drug possession. But p

Business & Finance | Business

LinkedIn pays big after class action lawsuit over user emails

The company known for using reminder emails to get you to use its professional networking service will now have to pay a hefty sum for taking the tactic a bit too far.

News | News

Hillary Clinton Email Inquiry Weighs if Aides Erred at ‘Send’

An investigation raises complex questions about whether State Department officials broke laws or rules by sending information to Mrs. Clinton’s personal email account.

News | News

Second Review Says Classified Information Was in Hillary Clinton’s Email

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign disagreed with the conclusion of the inquiry looking into messages received by the former secretary of state.

News | News

‘It’s Not Classified Because It’s Marked; It’s Marked Because It’s Classified’

It appears now that Hillary Clinton’s main rhetorical defense against the increasing evidence that her private server contained classified information is that it wasn’t “marked classified.” A fair number of people have been repeating this as if it

News | In The News

StarKist Settles Tuna Suit, Consumers Can Get $25 or $50 in Tuna - NBC News

If you've bought StarKist tuna in the past six years, you can get $25, or $50 in tuna, in a new class action settlement.

Politics | Politics

Hillary Clinton’s e-mail server turned over to FBI

A New Jersey-based private data firm says the transfer occurred Wednesday afternoon.

Politics | Politics

Judge explodes over Hillary email delays

An irritated federal judge Thursday put the Hillary Clinton email scandal into stark terms, grilling the State Department on a pattern of delayed document releases that has turned a possible bureaucratic logjam into a major problem for the leading Democra

Politics | Politics

Obama’s ICE Director: No Immigration Enforcement Until Amnesty Is Passed - Breitbart

Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) repeatedly pressed Saldaña on why the Administration was taking no action against sanctuary jurisdictions.

News | Interesting Stories

People can fight traffic tickets without paying fine first, Judicial Council says - LA Times

California court leaders voted unanimously Monday to bar courts from charging drivers bail before they can challenge traffic tickets.

News | Interesting Stories

How a gang member’s ‘butt dial’ helped solve a Valley murder case

RESEDA >> In the anatomy of solving a Los Angeles homicide, nothing helped break the case for West Valley Division police detectives better than the “butt call” from a fleeing gang member. It was a cool, cloudy afternoon loo

Science & Technology | Tech

NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records was illegal, court says

A federal appeals court in New York ruled that the bulk collection of Americans' phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA) is illegal.

Music | Music News

How Marvin Gaye's Family Reacted to 'Blurred Lines' Verdict

The family of late musician Marvin Gaye is hopeful for harmony.

Politics | From the HuffPost

A Former Senator Just Dealt A Serious Blow To The Legal Case Against Obamacare

The former senator who nearly blocked Obamacare in Congress may have just helped save it from the Supreme Court. By now, you may have heard about King v. Burwell, the lawsuit brought by some of the Affordable Care Act’s conservative and libe...

Advice & Self-Help | Collaborative Divorce Resources

About Collaborative Law

Collaborative practice is a powerful and effective way for people to reach fair solutions and resolve differences.

Business & Finance | Business

What It Means When Law Firms And Startups Give Away Legal Documents | TechCrunch

Over the past five years, law firms in Silicon Valley, New York and Boston have put online – for free – the documents that startups need to execute basic..

Politics | Obamacare

Supremes to White House: What about ‘death panel?’

The Supreme Court is telling the Obama administration to present its case for Obamacare’s Independent Payment Advisory Board – the provision that critics have described as a “death panel” – even if it doesn’t want to

Politics | Politics

The Second Amendment's Defining Moment

In March 2008 I chatted with a silver-haired law school professor under the marble pillars of the U.S. Supreme Court building. He was very excited. The court was to about hear Heller v. D.C. The case would decide whether the Second Amendment to the U.S. C

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

What should a parking ticket in L.A. cost?

How much should a parking ticket at an expired meter cost? In the city of Los Angeles, that ticket will set you back $63 — and if the ticket is sitting on your windshield, you probably think that's too much to pay. The pricing of fines is just one i