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The 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected an expelled Tulane University student's request to proceed anonymously in his North Carolina lawsuit over sexual assault allegations.
The 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected an expelled Tulane University student's request to proceed anonymously in his North Carolina lawsuit over sexual assault allegations.
 
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday that the Biden administration may cut through or tear down razor wire that the state of Texas has placed along the U.S.-Mexico border as it seeks to stop foreign nationals from illegally crossing into the U.S.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday that the Biden administration may cut through or tear down razor wire that the state of Texas has placed along the U.S.-Mexico border as it seeks to stop foreign nationals from illegally crossing into the U.S.
 
A hearing is scheduled Nov. 2 in Greensboro in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
A hearing is scheduled Nov. 2 in Greensboro in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
 
The 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in a dispute between former Duke basketball star Zion Williamson and his former marketing agency.
The 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments in a dispute between former Duke basketball star Zion Williamson and his former marketing agency.
 
The federal court documents containing the names of people who were associated with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein were set to be unsealed on Wednesday in New York, with a few key exceptions.
The federal court documents containing the names of people who were associated with the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein were set to be unsealed on Wednesday in New York, with a few key exceptions.
 
The state Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case involving a property-rights dispute over a sewer line in Apex. The town requested a review from the high court in June 2021.
The state Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case involving a property-rights dispute over a sewer line in Apex. The town requested a review from the high court in June 2021.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper is criticizing Superior Court judges for not holding an immediate hearing on his request to block new state appointments laws.
Gov. Roy Cooper is criticizing Superior Court judges for not holding an immediate hearing on his request to block new state appointments laws.
 
Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) vowed to continue to fight for his state’s right to secure the southern border after the Supreme Court sided with the Biden administration on Monday, ruling that federal officials may cut through razor wire that Texas installed to repel illegal immigrants.
Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) vowed to continue to fight for his state’s right to secure the southern border after the Supreme Court sided with the Biden administration on Monday, ruling that federal officials may cut through razor wire that Texas installed to repel illegal immigrants.
 
Massachusetts Democratic Governor Maura Healey tapped a woman she was romantically involved with for multiple years to serve on the state’s Supreme Judicial Court.
Massachusetts Democratic Governor Maura Healey tapped a woman she was romantically involved with for multiple years to serve on the state’s Supreme Judicial Court.
 
The Texas National Guard continued to install razor wire along the U.S.-Mexico border on Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration could cut through or remove the razor wire.
The Texas National Guard continued to install razor wire along the U.S.-Mexico border on Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration could cut through or remove the razor wire.
 
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said on Sunday that voters do not care about former President Donald Trump’s legal woes because they are focused on issues that impact them.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said on Sunday that voters do not care about former President Donald Trump’s legal woes because they are focused on issues that impact them.
 
The state Supreme Court will take another look at a 29-year-old court case dealing with state education funding.
The state Supreme Court will take another look at a 29-year-old court case dealing with state education funding.
 
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced judicial appointments to North Carolina Superior and District Courts.
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced judicial appointments to North Carolina Superior and District Courts.
 
The state Supreme Court will not take up a case involving Winston-Salem State University's 2019 decision to fire its football coach. A unanimous state Appeals Court had ruled against former coach Kienus Boulware.
The state Supreme Court will not take up a case involving Winston-Salem State University's 2019 decision to fire its football coach. A unanimous state Appeals Court had ruled against former coach Kienus Boulware.
 
The state Supreme will not issue an order blocking its own March 2022 decision in a legal fight over government retiree health benefits. That decision allowed retirees to pursue a lawsuit to restore a discarded premium-free health care option.
The state Supreme will not issue an order blocking its own March 2022 decision in a legal fight over government retiree health benefits. That decision allowed retirees to pursue a lawsuit to restore a discarded premium-free health care option.
 
Scientists who authored studies say politically-motivated retraction is a result of pro-abortion bias in academia
 
A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in a suit brought by parents claiming that a Charlotte-area private school went woke and then expelled students of parents who disagreed.
A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in a suit brought by parents claiming that a Charlotte-area private school went woke and then expelled students of parents who disagreed.
 
crooked courts is where democracy goes to die; Aleksi Navalny found that out the hard way
crooked courts is where democracy goes to die; Aleksi Navalny found that out the hard way
 
The state Court of Appeals will tackle a funding fight between Roanoke Rapids and Halifax County over 911 center funding.
The state Court of Appeals will tackle a funding fight between Roanoke Rapids and Halifax County over 911 center funding.
 
Superior Court judges from Granville, Johnston, and Richmond counties will oversee Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit challenging a law that takes away some of his appointment powers.
Superior Court judges from Granville, Johnston, and Richmond counties will oversee Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit challenging a law that takes away some of his appointment powers.
 
The Supreme Court heard arguments on Thursday on whether Colorado could remove former President Donald Trump from the ballot.
The Supreme Court heard arguments on Thursday on whether Colorado could remove former President Donald Trump from the ballot.
 
“We're getting killed for the sake of going green,” fisherman declares outside the Supreme Court
 
Alabama and South Carolina cases could set goalposts for Voting Rights Act compliance
 
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas clashed on Thursday with a lawyer who argued in favor of Colorado removing former President Donald Trump from the primary ballot under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, an insurrection clause dating back to the Civil War.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas clashed on Thursday with a lawyer who argued in favor of Colorado removing former President Donald Trump from the primary ballot under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, an insurrection clause dating back to the Civil War.
 
The US Supreme Court will not take up a case involving a challenge to North Carolina's so-called "ag-gag" law.
The US Supreme Court will not take up a case involving a challenge to North Carolina's so-called "ag-gag" law.
 
The state Court of Appeals will allow two lawsuits to move forward involving school buses that caused damage while delivering meals to students during the COVID pandemic.
The state Court of Appeals will allow two lawsuits to move forward involving school buses that caused damage while delivering meals to students during the COVID pandemic.
 
A unanimous state Court of Appeals panel has ruled in favor of the state retirement system and against the Harnett County school board in a pension-spiking dispute.
A unanimous state Court of Appeals panel has ruled in favor of the state retirement system and against the Harnett County school board in a pension-spiking dispute.
 
On Friday, the Biden administration announced they were canceling the loans of another 74,000 student loan borrowers, hiking the total number of people who have gotten their debt canceled to over 3.7 million Americans.
On Friday, the Biden administration announced they were canceling the loans of another 74,000 student loan borrowers, hiking the total number of people who have gotten their debt canceled to over 3.7 million Americans.
 
A provision in North Carolina's new state budget could end two ongoing court fights over disability benefits.
A provision in North Carolina's new state budget could end two ongoing court fights over disability benefits.
 
New York State Supreme Court Justice Brandon T. Lantry dismissed felony charges against two residents who had bought fake COVID-19 vaccine cards — going over the head of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
New York State Supreme Court Justice Brandon T. Lantry dismissed felony charges against two residents who had bought fake COVID-19 vaccine cards — going over the head of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
 
Opponents of North Carolina's voter ID law seek a February trial in their federal court case.
Opponents of North Carolina's voter ID law seek a February trial in their federal court case.
 
Special counsel Jack Smith asked a federal appeals court on Saturday to reject former President Donald Trump‘s bid to get his 2020 election case tossed.
Special counsel Jack Smith asked a federal appeals court on Saturday to reject former President Donald Trump‘s bid to get his 2020 election case tossed.
 
On his podcast Thursday, Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro explained the enormous importance of a decision the Supreme Court is about to consider, as it could shift power back to the legislature and take it back from federal agencies.
On his podcast Thursday, Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro explained the enormous importance of a decision the Supreme Court is about to consider, as it could shift power back to the legislature and take it back from federal agencies.
 
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