Paul Manafort lost literally every motion he filed and the judge was not shy about expressing his displeasure about...well, everything Manafort and his legal team have done.
Texas tried to prevent a immigrant teen from having an abortion, essentially declaring she had "no rights"
During Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing today, Senator Al Franken finally called out an absurd opinion as absurd.
It was a confusing week for Obamacare. It lost and then it won! Susie and Rebecca delve in to a game of "Point/Counterpoint" about the conflicting Obamacare rulings in DC and Virginia. Lots of politicians liked to hear themselves speak about it so why not join in the chorus:) And remember, please subscribe to www.youtube.com/newsynews!
An appeals court has summarily denied the city’s desperate ploy to vacate the district court’s thorough decision.
The biggest dark money group, launched by Republican strategist Karl Rove, shows in its tax filing that it got one donation of nearly $23 million and another of $18 million. (Donors names not included.)
Arbitrator rules that officer captured on video assaulting a woman at a local parade will be reinstated with full benefits and back pay.
Bank records released under a court order show that Western Tradition Partnership’s donors included an Oklahoma businessman, a Colorado builder and other dark money groups linked to Ron Paul.
A federal court awarded $200,000 in the case of an Orlando activist, Timothy Osamar, who was imprisoned for 18 days after scribbling with chalk “The revolution will not be televised” and “All I want for Christmas is a revolution” in
Mitt Romney wasn't the only one who raked in the donations after the Supreme Court deemed President Obama’s health-care legislation constitutional. Excited by the survival of President Obama’s health-care overhaul, 65,000 Democrats
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