NFL Hall of Famer Richard Dent and other retired players convinced the Ninth Circuit on Friday to revive part of their proposed class action claiming the league illegally distributed drugs to keep them on the field without regard to the health consequences.
President Donald Trump’s move to yank Republican FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly‘s renomination may backfire on his push to limit content liability protections for Twitter Inc. and other social media companies.
House Democrats scored a significant and potentially far-reaching appeals court victory over the Trump administration and its expansive view of presidential power in a fight over testimony of former White House counsel Donald McGahn.
One of the first challenges brought against the Trump administration’s Clean Water Act rule redefining federal jurisdiction over the nation’s waters was dismissed by a federal judge in Oregon late Thursday.
President Donald Trump signed a pair of executive orders prohibiting U.S. residents from doing business with the Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat apps beginning 45 days from now, citing the national security risk of leaving Americans’ personal data exposed.
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