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Physically marking a tire without a warrant is a violation of the Fourth Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled. The amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures.
The president signed an executive order on Thursday conditioning research grants on “compliance with the First Amendment.”
A Michigan woman was engaging in constitutionally protected free speech when she made a crude hand gesture, a federal court ruled.
Hate groups are increasingly relying on flyers to spread their message without publicly revealing the identity of their members.
The bill was postponed indefinitely 53-45 in West Virginia’s House of Delegates. Educators opposed charter schools and a new voucher system in a strike that came a year after the last walkout.
The U.S. said last week it would stop abiding by the Cold War treaty banning intermediate-range nuclear missiles. “Our response will be symmetrical,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
U.S. service members will install wire barriers and help monitor the border. However, some in Congress have questioned whether it’s a good use of active-duty troops.
The ’70s pop group was known for hits including “Love Will Keep Us Together,” “Lonely Night” and “Muskrat Love.” Dragon and musical partner Toni Tennille were married for almost 40 years.