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The 1969 fire was not much of an event, and Cleveland’s not the only city to have a river burn.
The en banc Sixth Circuit concludes individuals have privacy interests in police booking photos that may justify withholding their release under the Freedom of Information Act.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg expresses regret for her comments disparaging a presidential candidate in the midst of an election.
An explanation for the Notorious RBG’s now notorious comments about the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
State laws that purport to bind delegates to party conventions infringe upon First Amendment speech and associational rights.
New research suggests police may be more quick to use violence against black suspects, but less likely to use deadly force.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg holds forth on a Trump Presidency, the Supreme Court’s immigration decisions, and other matters.
It should surprise no one that Big Tobacco supported the FDA’s decision to regulate electronic cigarettes because Big Tobacco stands to benefit from such regulation.
Justice Ginsburg speaks on the election, recent decisions and the loss of Justice Scalia.
Copernicus Publications, “the innovative open access publisher,” recently announced it was terminating one of its journals, Pattern Recognition in Physics due to concerns about the journal’s editorial practices.