The Appeals Panel Rejects a Trangender Student's Bid to Use Bathroom Corresponding to the Student's Gender Identity Instead of Biological Sex.
City That Forced Landlords To Evict Tenants Suspected of Crimes Will Pay $1 Million To Settle DOJ Lawsuit
Plus: Elon Musk bans Twitter account that tracks his private jet, Iong permit waits to build new apartment buildings in San Francisco, and more...
Plus: ACLU in court over law criminalizing school behavior, Twitter losing heavy users, and more...
Plus: Fiona Apple fights for court transparency, ACLU asks SCOTUS to consider boycott ban, and more...
If the Supreme Court was correct in Dobbs, was it wrong in Bolling?
Perhaps the real question is whether such a school is a state actor for purposes of Section 1983. The en banc Fourth Circuit says it is, so that a skirt requirement for girls is unlawful.
Questions about the scope of federal power will remain.
'Equity,' 'Multiculturalism,' and 'Racial Prejudice' Among Concepts That Could Be Banned in Schools by Wisconsin Bill
A bill touted as banning "critical race theory" in schools would actually ban a huge array of speech around culture, race, and sex, its sponsor says.
A divided panel grants a preliminary injunction against privileging relief applications based on the race or sex of the applicant.
A Federal Judge in Michigan Says Sidney Powell's Election Fraud Claims Are 'Nothing but Speculation and Conjecture'
According to the ruling, the former Trump attorney also filed the wrong claims in the wrong court at the wrong time on behalf of the wrong plaintiffs.
A Trump Judicial Appointee's Blistering Opinion Is a Reality Check for Republicans Who Still Think Biden Stole the Election
"The Campaign cannot win this lawsuit," the 3rd Circuit says. "The Campaign's claims have no merit."
A Scathing Ruling Against the Trump Campaign Highlights the Gap Between Rudy Giuliani's 'Massive Fraud' Claim and His Legal Arguments
U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann rejected an attempt to block certification of Pennsylvania's election results.
Two courts say COVID-19 lockdowns in Michigan and Pennsylvania were unconstitutional.
Only black and Pacific Islander women are eligible -- almost certainly a violation of the Equal Protection Clause.
A week after being sued over his arbitrary COVID-19 policy, Gov. Charlie Baker says he will allow arcades to reopen.
A federal lawsuit argues that the distinction drawn by Massachusetts is unconstitutional.
The decision is only a temporary reprieve for DACA recipients, and still permits Trump or a future president to repeal the program if he is willing to pay the political price of doing so.
Not an Equal Protection Violation to Shut Down Political Campaign Headquarters but Not Legislative Offices
More from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision, which I've been blogging in parts.
Prosecutors say Tilli Buchanan "took responsibility for her actions."
Tilli Buchanan's stepkids saw her topless. Now she could face 10 years on the sex offender registry.
Tilli Buchanan and her husband removed their shirts after installing insulation in their garage. Only one of them is facing charges.
Colorado Supreme Court Upholds a Decision That Forced a Teenager to Register As a Sex Offender for Swapping Nude Selfies
That result "may strike some as unfair," the court says, but it's what state law required at the time.
Plus: Silicon Valley is suspicious of media, Cory Booker calls for weed reform, and how to understand the "upper middle class"
Plus: A judge says Jeffrey Epstein case was mishandled, and Andrea Dworkin is making a comeback.