President Joe Biden on Wednesday signed the Safeguard Tribal Objects of Patrimony (STOP) Act into federal law. The
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Augusta National is right to keep LIV golfers on the Masters invite list
Of course Augusta National stuck with its current method of filling the field for the Masters Tournament.
Imagine the ugliness — unless you’re fond of swarming lawyers — if Chairman Fred Ridley had drawn a line in the bunker and
This Week in the Supreme Court – week commencing 19th December 2022 – UKSCBlog
On Wednesday 14th December the Supreme Court will hand down two judgments. The hand-downs will take place at 9:45 a.m. in Courtroom One:
- Stanford International Bank Ltd (In Liquidation) v HSBC Bank PLC, on appeal from  EWCA Civ
Winter storm takes aim at Southern Tier and Northeast; here’s what residents can expect
A winter storm that has wreaked havoc across the Midwest is expected to bring the first major snowfall of the season to the Southern Tier of New York and Northern Tier of Pennsylvania from Thursday afternoon to Friday, and forecasters
Idaho Murders Update as 50 Search Warrants Obtained in Investigation
Latah County prosecutor Bill Thompson said that his office had obtained more than 50 search warrants for the investigation into the brutal murders of four University of Idaho college students.
Speaking to the local newspaper the Moscow-Pullman Daily NewsThompson
Oh, to be royal, without the obligations! Have Harry and Meghan figured out how?
Here’s the good news
Wild Honey expands, Pensacola gift guide and great local coffee
Between travel, Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping, it’s been a busy week for most.
With all the holiday hubbub, you may not have had a chance to cat up on all the news from this week.
But never fear, from
Reference by the Lord Advocate of devolution issues under paragraph 34 of Schedule 6 to the Scotland Act 1998  UKSC 31 – UKSC Blog
The Scottish Government drafted a Scottish Independence Referendum Bill which makes provision for a referendum on the question, “Should Scotland be an independent country?”. Under the Scotland Act 1998 (“the Scotland Act”), the power of the Scottish Parliament to make
Student loan forgiveness: Payment pause extended to June 2023
The student loan payment pause was set to expire Jan. 1, a date that Biden set before his debt cancellation plan stalled in the face of legal challenges.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that his administration will extend
3 top law schools quit US News rankings over equity concerns
The University of California, Berkeley’s law school on Thursday joined the law programs at Harvard and Yale in pulling out of US News & World Report’s rankings over concerns that they punish efforts to attract students from a broad range