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2014/12/19 10:29
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When the Legendary Theodore Bikel Turned 90An Interview with the 'Fiddler's' Most Famous Tevye Broadway star, Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning film and TV actor, folk singer, recording...
2014/12/19 10:29
2014/12/19 10:29
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2014/12/17 11:54
2014/12/17 11:54
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Monday’s two decisions in argued cases continue to generate coverage and commentary. In Heien v. North Carolina, the Court held that a police officer’s reasonable mistake of law can provide the...
2014/12/17 11:12
2014/12/17 11:12
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... U.S. Supreme Court for the first time is weighing a case involving social media, free speech and cyberthreats. The case, which will be decided next year, is of particular...
2014/12/16 22:47
2014/12/16 22:47
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Last Sunday was a big day for one synagogue in Flatbush. In the Regency Room of the East Midwood Jewish Center was a family Chanukah party that more than 100 people attended. Afterwards, in the...
2014/12/16 14:54
2014/12/16 14:54
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Since the argument in Dart Cherokee Basin Operating Co. v. Owens, the only real question has been whether the Court would decide the case at all. There seemed no doubt that the Court, if it reached...
2014/12/16 05:47
2014/12/16 05:47
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As far as the public at large is concerned, the Elf On The Shelf is a modern Christmas tradition that many children look forward to each year. For the uninitiated, the Elf On The Shelf is one of...
2014/12/16 04:45
2014/12/16 04:45
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Despite the help they got on the campaign trail, candidates with family political legacies did not fare well Tuesday. Georgia state Sen. Jason Carter (D), the grandson of former President Jimmy...
2014/12/16 00:54
2014/12/16 00:54
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The exercise of police discretion to stop people on the street is front and center in today’s headlines. In this case, a North Carolina policeman stopped Heien’s car because it had a brake light that...
2014/12/15 02:19
2014/12/15 02:19
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Neither journalists nor lawyers are particularly known for their math skills, but the ciphering is underway as we await word on whether the Supreme Court will determine this term that there is a...
2014/12/13 16:45
2014/12/13 16:45
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Hughes tried to contain the damage. As rumors of a second wave of departures circulated, Hughes and Snyder offered several members of the remaining editorial staff one- to two-thousand-dollar bonuses,...
2014/12/12 22:45
2014/12/12 22:45
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Despite the help they got on the campaign trail, candidates with family political legacies did not fare well Tuesday. Georgia state Sen. Jason Carter (D), the grandson of former President Jimmy...
2014/12/12 19:48
2014/12/12 19:48
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... good,” Ioffe wrote back. “For a while there it seemed like Frank was leaving and us senior editors were like, I guess we’re leaving, too! What a crazy day.” 2. Hughes steered coverage away from...
2014/12/12 15:54
2014/12/12 15:54
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On Wednesday, a subdued Court spent two hours hearing oral arguments in United States v. Wong and United States v. June, considering whether the limitations periods under the Federal Tort Claims Act...
2014/12/12 09:24
2014/12/12 09:24
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That is basically the question posed by oral arguments in a recent case heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in Elonis v. United States. Anthony D. Elonis of Pennsylvania was sentenced to 44 months in...
2014/12/11 17:54
2014/12/11 17:54
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Lawyers for both parties faced skeptical questioning in Tuesday’s arguments in Gelboim v. Bank of America. Tasked with deciding the appealability of a decision dismissing all claims in an action that...
2014/12/10 15:20
2014/12/10 15:20
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Howard Dean laughs during a parody of his stump speech at a campaign staff Halloween party in Manchester, N.H., during his 2004 presidential run. (Michael Springer/Getty Images) Liberals aren't in...
2014/12/09 23:59
2014/12/09 23:59
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Republicans in the US state of Michigan have passed what is being called “a license to discriminate” bill that empowers just about anyone to refuse service to GLBT people if it conflicts with their...
2014/12/09 20:54
2014/12/09 20:54
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The Justices had tough questions for both sides Monday morning in Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl. Although the legal issues seem relatively simple, several of the Justices appeared frustrated...
2014/12/09 07:41
2014/12/09 07:41
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Matthew Mangino: U.S. Supreme Court takes on Facebook threats In 1998, recording artist Marshall Mathers � better known as Eminem � wrote a song about killing his ex-wife Kim.The lyrics included the...
2014/12/09 02:19
2014/12/09 02:19
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An Amtrak logo is seen on a train in Philadelphia in this Feb. 6 file photo. Supreme Court justices exchanged conflicting viewpoints on whether Amtrak has the legal authority to help craft regulations...
2014/12/19 10:29
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