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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - U.S. District Court
Legal experts say that the executive agency that stripped the Redskins of its trademark will face the very difficult task of proving that a reasonable person of ordinary sensibilities in the Native American community would view the name and logo as offensive once the suit is heard in federal court.
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have asked to move his upcoming trial from Boston, proposing Washington, D.C., as the new location.
The EWTN Global Catholic Network has announced that it will appeal a June 17 ruling that would require it to facilitate products and procedures that go against Church teaching.
A federal judge who previously suggested the court might be "powerless" to grant the District budget autonomy on Monday ruled just that.
A convicted sex offender who killed his 12-year-old niece after luring her to his house with a ruse about a pool party is due to be formally sentenced to life without the possibility of parole.
A federal judge Tuesday suggested the court might be "powerless to provide a legal remedy" to those seeking to grant the D.C. government the ability to spend its locally raised tax dollars independently of Congress.
Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri dropped its legal challenge Friday to a Kansas law that stripped two of its Kansas clinics of federal money for family planning, leaving uncertain the impact to its low-income patients in Wichita and Hays who depend upon them for reproductive health care services.
Three former employees of a Boise call center laid off with some 1,600 other workers have filed a lawsuit in federal court contending they were led to believe their jobs would last longer.
On Aug. 20, 2012, Chairman Robert Shepherd of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate wrote a letter to a federal judge in support of a friend accused of killing his own daughter.
A federal court has given the Obama administration a deadline for updating federal standards for smog that are more than a year overdue.