U.S. Court Of Appeals

Latest U.S. Court Of Appeals Items
  • Court dismisses challenges to FCC Internet rules

    A federal appeals court has dismissed two legal challenges to new Federal Communications Commission regulations that prohibit phone and cable companies from interfering with Internet traffic on their broadband networks.


  • D.C. corruption conviction reversed

    A federal appeals panel Friday reversed the conviction of a former D.C. government contracting representative on bribery and extortion charges in what authorities called a scam to pocket late fees owed by businesses on their elevator licenses.


  • Illustration: Gas rules by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    MILLOY: Tax on coal in nation's stocking

    Last Friday's federal appellate court decision allowing the Obama administration's greenhouse-gas regulations to take effect Jan. 2 is an unnecessary travesty for taxpayers, consumers,


  • **FILE** Michael V. Hayden headed the CIA from 2006 to 2009.

    Obama uses Bush plan for terror war

    As the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, much of President Obama's counterterrorism policies and his understanding of executive power closely hew to the last administration, which he criticized as a candidate for the White House.


  • Appeals court rejects autism vaccine link

    A federal appeals court on Friday upheld a ruling that vaccines are not to blame for autism.


  • Illustration: Voter money by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    LEVY: Confusing the cost of free speech

    Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum claims he favors free speech. Apparently, he means scot-free.


  • Jones

    GPS use voids conviction

    Ruling that federal agents erred in attaching a satellite tracking device to a vehicle without a search warrant, a federal appeals court has reversed the life sentence of man accused of running a major Washington drug ring.


  • Court rejects govt. use of GPS tracking

    Ruling that federal agents erred in attaching a satellite tracking device to a vehicle without a search warrant, a federal appeals court Friday reversed the life sentence of man accused of running a major Washington drug ring.


  • Iran resistance group cheers court's ruling

    Iranians and Iranian-Americans crowded into the room to hear congressmen and lawyers congratulate them on an Iranian resistance group’s recent victory in a U.S. appellate court, which ruled last week that the State Department needed to reconsider its status as a terrorist group.


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