A screen grab of the home page of the website is pictured after U.S. law enforcement agencies seized the sex marketplace website

Jury Convicts Backpage Founder of 1 Money Laundering Count, Deadlocks on 84 Others

Backpage’s operators said they never allowed ads for sex, and their legal team maintained the content on the site was protected by the First Amendment.

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IBM Pulls Ads From Elon Musk’s X Following Report on Antisemitic Posts on the Platform

Musk has faced accusations of tolerating antisemitic messages on X, and the content on the platform has gained increased scrutiny since the war between Israel and Hamas began.

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Courtroom in the John Minor Wisdom U.S. Court of Appeals Building in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Appeals Court Frees Attorney From Having To Join, Pay Dues To Louisiana Bar Association

This is one of more than two dozen cases playing out around the country challenging state requirements that attorneys join and pay dues to state bar associations.

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In this June 26, 2021, file photo, former President Donald Trump looks on during his first post-presidency campaign rally in Wellington, Ohio. (Reuters/Shannon Stapleton)

Colorado Case Using ‘Insurrection’ Argument to Bar Trump From the Ballot Goes to the Judge

Last week, the Minnesota Supreme Court dodged the question of whether the provision applies to Trump, who is so far dominating the Republican presidential primary.

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Donald Trump to testify in New York civil fraud trial

New York Judge Lifts Gag Order Barring Donald Trump From Maligning Court Staff

In his decision, Judge David Friedman of the state’s intermediate appeals court cited constitutional concerns about restricting Trump’s free speech.

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Motion hearing regarding access to transcript and interview jurors, in Atlanta

Lawyer Says He Released Videos in Georgia’s 2020 Election Interference Case

The videos were part of evidence, known as discovery, that had been provided to all of the defendants and their attorneys. But they were not publicly available.

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Republican U.S. candidates participate in their third debate of the 2024 U.S. presidential campaign in Miami, Florida

Facing Backlash, Nikki Haley Softens Demand That Social Media Ban Anonymous Posters

“Every person on social media should be verified by their name. It’s a national security threat,” said the former South Carolina governor and U.N. ambassador on Tuesday.

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Ellen Weaver, South Carolina's 19th State Superintendent of Education.

South Carolina Education Board Weighing Limits on ‘Age Appropriate’ Materials

The regulation is the latest effort from conservative policymakers to restrict public school students’ access to books covering topics of race, gender identity and sexual orientation.

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