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Dec 10 2023
If President Trump's Monday testimony is anything like his last, he may again clash with the judge. On Monday, Former President Donald Trump is set to be the last witness to take the stand in the bench trial for a civil fraud case against him in New York. Last year, New York Attorney General Letitia James sued President Trump and other Trump Organization executives on seven claims related toThe Epoch Times
Dec 01 2023
When Sandra Day O’Connor first arrived at the Supreme Court in the fall of 1981, she found it to be a cold place. The other justices were not entirely welcoming to the first woman in their midst. At her first lunch with the justices, half of them did not show up. At her investiture, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger paraded the newly robed O’Connor down the court’s front steps, exclaiming toWashington Post
Nov 30 2023
The U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights has opened an investigation into allegations of antisemitism at Harvard University. The Ivy League institution has been in the headlines in recent weeks due to pro-terror, anti-Israel displays among students on campus in the wake of the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel.
The complaint against Harvard joins a growing list of federalBreitbart News
Dec 07 2023
Advocacy groups are continuing the fight to hold officials accountable for voting issues in Hinds County on Election Day in November. At least nine Hinds County polling stations experienced ballot shortages, causing long lines and forcing some voters to not vote at all, resulting in legal challenges into the evening. Election officials said the shortages were due to a mix-up in ordering theThe Clarion-Ledger
Nov 30 2023
The wife of the New York judge overseeing former President Trump’s ongoing civil fraud trial is the latest target of Trump’s rage online.
Trump took aim at Judge Arthur Engoron’s wife, Dawn Engoron, in a series of posts Tuesday afternoon, purporting that an account on X — formerly Twitter — that made several anti-Trump posts belongs to her.The Hill
Nov 26 2023
Three Palestinian students were injured after a shooting in Burlington, Vermont on Saturday evening, according to an Arab-American civil rights group. Burlington Police say they responded to reports of shootings at around 6:30 p.m., according to WPTZ. Authorities say they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds when they arrived and found a third victim a short distance away. No shooterNBC 10 Boston
Dec 06 2023
'This is a civil legal action': Political science professors note differences in Wisconsin's fake elector scheme
DANE COUNTY (WKOW) -- Political science professors in Wisconsin are noting the differences between Wisconsin's fake elector scheme versus other states like Michigan, Georgia and now Nevada. This comes as the 10 Wisconsin Republicans who posed as fake electors for former President Donald Trump admit President Joe Biden won the 2020 election. Anthony Chergosky is an Assistant Professor ofABC 27 WKOW
Nov 23 2023
BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) -- The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers have played each other every year since 1945, and faced off 126 times overall. Their first matchup was played back in 1894, making it one of the top-10 most played college football rivalry games in the FBS. Overall, the Ducks lead the all-time series at 67-49-10, but the Beavers have won 2 of the last 3 meetings. But with the DucksKTVZ 21
Nov 06 2023
After weeks of tumultuous and bitter testimony and cross-examination in New York Attorney General Letitia James’s civil lawsuit against members of the Trump family, the star witness is expected to take the stand when the trial resumes at 10:00 a.m. on Nov. 6. Assistant Attorney General Andrew Amer’s highly aggressive questioning of Donald Trump, Jr., and Eric Trump on the witness stand thisNTD
Nov 15 2023
Donald Trump is asking for a mistrial in his civil fraud case alleging the judge who will decide the case is biased against him. Trump's attorneys filed a motion Wednesday, saying "the evidence of apparent and actual bias is tangible and overwhelming." The motion cites Judge Arthur Engoron and his law clerk, who has been the subject of multiple complaints from Trump's attorneys and the formerABC 12