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U.S. Supreme Court Delays Early Voting in Ohio

A divided U.S. Supreme Court has blocked early voting from beginning today in Ohio, with opponents worried that minority voters will be the ones to suffer. In a 5-4 decision, the High Court granted Ohio's request to stay an earlier ruling by a lower… read more...

Wyoming's Gray Wolves Placed Back Under Federal Protection

A federal judge has reinstated federal protections for gray wolves in Wyoming but stopped short of declaring them once again endangered or threatened. The ruling marks the latest twist in an extended legal battle between the state of Wyoming and federal… read more...

Jameis Winston to Cooperate in FSU Title IX Investigation

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston's lawyer says that the Heisman Trophy winner will cooperate will a Title IX investigation being conducted by the school regarding rape allegations against Winston. Winston's lawyer confirmed his participation… read more...

Tony Stewart's Grand Jury: No Indictment in Kevin Ward's Death

A grand jury has declined to indict NASCAR racer Tony Stewart for the death of Kevin Ward Jr., for the moment leaving Stewart free of criminal liability. According to Fox News, prosecutors presented evidence that Ward was "under the influence of marijuana"… read more...

La.'s Gay Marriage Ban Is Unconstitutional, State Judge Rules

A Louisiana judge has found the state's gay marriage ban unconstitutional, but the ruling may be limited to this particular case. Judge Edward Rubin of Louisiana's 15th Judicial District Court struck down the same-sex marriage ban in a case involving… read more...
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