The judge assigned to the US Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust lawsuit against has recused himself from the case, according to a court document filed on Wednesday. Senior Judge John Coughenour was assigned to the case on . . .

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Mike Segar/Reuters A fast-moving conveyor moves packages to delivery trucks during operations on Cyber Monday at Amazon’s fulfillment center in Robbinsville, New Jersey, U.S., November 29, 2021. CNN  —  The US government and 17 states are suing Amazon in a landmark monopoly case reflecting years of allegations that the e-commerce giant abused its economic dominance […]

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25 Sep 2023 Black Conservatives Join Legal Brief in U.S. Supreme Court Case Against Racist Admissions Practice at Elite Northern Virginia STEM School Washington, D.C. – To hold the Fairfax County School Board accountable for racist admissions practices at the elite Thomas Jefferson High School in Northern Virginia and clarify the constitutional rights […]

Deborah Laufer has filed more than 600 different lawsuits — many of which, according to a federal court in Maryland, appear to follow the same pattern. The defendants are typically small hotels, and Laufer accuses them of failing to comply with a federal regulation requiring that they disclose on their websites whether their rooms are […]

WASHINGTON/OTTAWA, Sept 22 (Reuters) – The United States made clear on Friday that it expected the Indian government to work with Canada on efforts to investigate the possible involvement of New Delhi agents in the murder of a Canadian citizen in June. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday that Ottawa had credible intelligence linking […]

CNN  —  Andrew Lester, the 85-year-old White homeowner accused of shooting a Black teenager who rang the wrong doorbell, is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday. The teen, 16-year-old Ralph Yarl, went to the wrong address in Kansas City to pick up his younger siblings – 1100 NE 115th Street instead of . . .

A hero’s welcome awaited President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine on his first trip to the United States after Russia’s full-scale invasion, which came on the heels of two back-to-back military advances that showcased Ukrainian momentum to the West. Mr. Zelensky spoke to a joint session of Congress last December, highlighting the successes and appealing for […]

From an EFF announcement this week: Technical standards like fire and electrical codes developed by private organizations but incorporated into public law can be freely disseminated without any liability for copyright infringement, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. The judge ruled that posting the materials constituted fair use — so the nonprofit group doing the […]

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