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Supreme Court turns down family's request to seal material found in van attacker's home | CBC News
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed a request to keep some information barred from public view in the Toronto van attack case.
Lawsuit: Tennessee Anti-Trans School Restroom Law Is Unconstitutional
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation and two law firms have filed a lawsuit on behalf of two transgender children and their families to challenge Tennessee's anti-trans school restroom law.
Prosecutors reviewing Extinction Rebellion cases as third protester in a week has conviction quashed
Prosecutors are reviewing all Extinction Rebellion cases after a third protester in a week had their conviction quashed.
Trump Sues to Block Congress From Seeing Taxes After DOJ Memo Says They Can
Following a memorandum from the Department of Justice (DOJ) last week outlining why the Treasury Department should share former President Donald Trump's tax returns with Congress, the former president's lawyers filed a brief on Wednesday attempting to stop that action from taking place.
New CDC eviction moratorium applies to most of Massachusetts
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new eviction moratorium that would last until Oct. 3, as the Biden administration sought to quell intensifying criticism from progressives that it was allowing vulnerable renters to lose their homes during a pandemic.
Amici Ask SCOTUS to Correct Third Circuit's Overly Simplistic Formulation of Trademark Functionality in Ezaki Glico
"The Third Circuit test of usefulness omits...important nuances in favor of an approach [to trademark functionality] that is overly simplistic, at odds with longstanding prior precedent, and that would have serious practical ramifications for trademark owners and consumers."
Three in four Britons back assisted dying for terminally ill - poll
Three-quarters of Britons support doctor-assisted dying for people who are terminally ill, compared with one in three MPs, according to a poll.
What Does Progressive Darling Nina Turner's Loss in Ohio Say About the Democratic Party?
Shontel Brown won the Democratic primary for Ohio's 11th District special election Tuesday night, according to the Associated Press, defeating her chief rival, Nina Turner.
Cuomo Stands in a Long Line of Politicians Accused of Mistreating Women
Nearly all have faced calls to resign, and only some have heeded them. But few have faced an inquiry as expansive and public as the one into the New York governor's actions.