Attorney General Merrick Garland says he is planning to strengthen the Justice Department’s rules on obtaining lawmaker records after revelations that the Trump administration subpoenaed Apple for data from Democrats, Continue Reading
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NBC’s Pete Williams reports on the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision that people already in prison cannot argue for reduced sentences with the bipartisan First Step Act. » Subscribe to MSNBC: Continue Reading
How MLB plans to enforce rules on foreign-substance use | Get Up Jeff Passan joins Get Up to discuss MLB’s plans to enhance the monitoring of foreign-substance abuse used by Continue Reading
Less than a week before the state fully reopens, the Cal/OSHA board unanimously withdrew masking rules which would’ve required every employee in a room to be full vaccinated before going Continue Reading
A South Florida judge ruled Monday that Miami Beach’s 2 a.m. alcohol rollback is not lawful because it’s a violation of zoning rules and denied the Clevelander due process.
Late Monday, a judge ruled that Miami Beach’s 2 a.m. alcohol rollback is not lawful because it’s a violation of zoning rules and denied the Clevelander due process.
The district attorney says police used force appropriately when they took the man into custody, but his family is raising questions about what happened and the way the case was Continue Reading
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously against a couple seeking permanent residency after fleeing El Salvador and gaining temporary protected status in the United States. CBS News legal contributor Jessica Continue Reading
The speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, has ruled that a vote on an amendment to scrap proposed cuts to the foreign aid budget will not be Continue Reading