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  1. Tuesday round-up - SCOTUSblog

    SCOTUSblog1 day ago

    Yesterday’s first opinion was in National Association of Manufacturers v. Department of Defense, in which a unanimous court held that challenges to the “waters of the United States ...

  2. As the wheels of the U.S. government ground to a halt Friday at midnight, thousands of federal employees prepared to face days or weeks without work or pay until their offices reopened. Some ...

  3. Most recently, when the Obama administration issued the “Clean Water Rule,” also known as the Waters of the United States Rule, over 100 parties across the country sued to challenge ...

  4. Donald Trump addressed the 45th March for Life in Washington last Friday via satellite. “I love that he loves life as much as the rest of us,” said Ryon, who is Catholic. If people think Trump ...

  5. Today in History

    The Indiana Gazette7 days ago

    The 19th president of the United States, Rutherford B. Hayes, died in Fremont, Ohio, at age 70. In 1781, during the Revolutionary War, American forces defeated the British in the ...

  6. Russ Tyndall

    Arizona Range News7 days ago

    Russ served in the United States Marine Corps in the 1950s and the Arizona Army National Guard as a gunnery sergeant with the 180th Field Artillery Battalion in the 1980s and 1990s ...

  7. In addition, the board of directors (the "Board") of Rye Patch has also determined to initiate a strategic review process to explore alternatives available to the Company for the enhancement ...

  8. Edwin Feulner

    Heritage Foundation4 days ago

    Under Feulner, Heritage grew from a nine-member staff on a shoestring budget working out of a rented office in 1977 to a 250-person, $80-million-a-year institution with a worldwide reputation ...

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