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“For all the purposes of common life [at least in 1864], the whale is called a fish, though natural history tells us that he belongs to another order of animals."

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So the 9th Circuit held Friday.

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No, in the great majority of American states (and in nearly all other Western countries).

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He's back — or is it his Nigerian cousin?

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Bureaucracy standard time, self-storage crime and using the bathroom on the company dime.

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An interesting -- and troubling -- summary of four surveys by my UCLA colleague John Villasenor, who conducted one of the surveys.

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Why courts should not defer to the government in cases involving these issues any more than in other constitutional cases.

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There may be a lot more of Fourth Amendment concern than the government acknowledges.

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"James E. Clayton, a judge’s son who in 1960 became The Washington Post’s first full-time U.S. Supreme Court reporter and later wrote stinging editorials that helped deny federal judge G. Harrold Carswell a seat on the high court in part because of his troubling record on civil rights, died Oct. 16."

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Instrumentals fine, vocals bad.

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