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Politicians Honor MLK Day While Working Against The Rights He Fought For

Politicians across the U.S. marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year by sharing photos of the civil rights hero and remembering his fight for equality. Some of the people paying tribute did so..
Huffington Post

In Texas, a Test of Whether the Voting Rights Act Still Has Teeth

A federal judge put Pasadena, Tex., under federal oversight after finding that city officials had discriminated against Latino voters. But an appeal is expected.
NYTimes.com

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News video: Dozens gather for candlelight vigil to protest Crown Hill tree removal

Dozens gather for candlelight vigil to protest Crown Hill tree removal 00:51

Protesters gathered at the Crown Hill Cemetery Monday evening to hold a candlelight vigil after a federal judge ruled last week that a plan to develop the north woods can move forward.
Source: RTV6 The Indy Channel -

News video: Federal Judge Rules on Crown Hill North Woods Case

Federal Judge Rules on Crown Hill North Woods Case 00:41

Denies Request to Halt Columbaria Project
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News video: The Federal Government Says the Chicago Police Department Violated People's Civil Rights

The Federal Government Says the Chicago Police Department Violated People's Civil Rights 01:15

Attorney General Loretta Lynch laid out the results of the Justice Department's 13-month investigation into the Chicago Police Department. Veuer's Nick Cardona tells us what they found.
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News video: Video: Baltimore reacts after signing on consent decree with DOJ

Video: Baltimore reacts after signing on consent decree with DOJ 02:19

Soon a federal judge is expected to sign off on a document billed as the promise of a new day for the Baltimore Police Department. The long-awaited consent decree between the city and the Justice..
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News video: Attorney General Lynch Announces Deal With Baltimore

Attorney General Lynch Announces Deal With Baltimore 00:46

Baltimore police department committed to a sweeping overhaul of its practices Thursday under a court-enforceable agreement with the federal government. The Justice Department agreement , which was..
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A Vote For Jeff Sessions Is A Vote Against Freedom And Equality

Donald J. Trump ran one of the most divisive and bigoted campaigns in modern history. In the days following his election, many hoped that the president-elect would turn toward unity. Instead, he has..
Huffington Post

Sen. Kamala Harris To Vote Against Jeff Sessions As Attorney General

Newly elected Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) on Saturday joined other Democrats against Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) Haris took to Twitter to denounce..
Huffington Post

Mexico drug lord told to pay $1M in DEA agent's 1985 murder

A federal judge has ordered a drug lord convicted in the 1985 killings of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent and a...
Deseret News

Joe Arpaio keeps on fundraising

Joe Arpaio tenure as Maricopa County Sheriff has ended after losing to Paul Penzone in November. But Arpaio — a longtime national fundraising force — keeps on fundraising. It’s just for his legal..
bizjournals

​Feds freeze assets of Orange County firm accused in visa scheme

A federal judge has frozen the assets of an Orange County firm accused by officials of defrauding foreign investors who were seeking permanent U.S. residency. In late December, the Securities and..
bizjournals

US citizen born in refugee camp seeks court order to marry

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — A Louisiana man who was born in an Indonesian refugee camp is asking a federal judge to immediately block enforcement of a state law that prevents him and other immigrants..
Seattle Times

Judge orders forfeiture in cartel money laundering case

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A federal judge has entered a preliminary order of forfeiture against a husband and wife accused of laundering drug money for a Mexican cartel at a small southwest Kansas bank...
Seattle Times

Imprisoned businessman Jeremy Johnson claims judge bias in federal appeal

Imprisoned businessman Jeremy Johnson claims in an appeal of his criminal conviction that the federal judge in the trial was...
Deseret News

2 sentenced for trafficking heroin to New Orleans via Megabus

A federal judge on Thursday (Jan. 12) sentenced two men to prison for their roles in a conspiracy to ship heroin from Houston to New Orleans aboard a Megabus, U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite's office..
nola.com

Killer’s attorneys move to appeals court to stay execution

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Lawyers are asking a federal appeals court to stay next week’s planned execution of a Virginia man. Ricky Gray’s attorneys filed the emergency motion late Thursday after a..
Seattle Times

Judge freezes assets of O.C. firm accused of defrauding foreign investors

A federal judge has ordered a freeze on the assets of an Orange County firm accused by federal officials of misspending money from foreign investors who hoped their cash would buy them permanent U.S...
L.A. Times

Volkswagen Executive to Remain in Custody

A federal judge on Thursday ruled that Oliver Schmidt, one of the six Volkswagen AG executives charged in the company’s emissions-cheating scandal, will remain in custody without bond ahead of trial..
Wall Street Journal

U.S. targets NYC Board of Elections in voter purge lawsuit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Thursday asked a federal judge in Brooklyn, New York to let it join a private lawsuit seeking to stop New York City's Board of Elections from improperly..
Reuters

How Barack Obama Transformed The Nation's Courts

This piece is part of a series on Obama’s legacy that The Huffington Post will be publishing over the next week. WASHINGTON ― Republicans cannot wait to begin dismantling President Barack..
Huffington Post

Judge refuses to dismiss terrorism charges against Ohio man

CLEVELAND (AP) — A federal judge has refused to dismiss charges against a former Ohio hospital worker who the FBI says threatened U.S. military members online on behalf of the Islamic State. Judge..
Seattle Times


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