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Court names military attorney as second-ever female marshal

Col. Gail Curley, an attorney in the U.S. Army who has advised military leaders on national security law, will be the Supreme Court’s new marshal, the court announced on Monday. Curley succeeds Pamela Talkin, the first woman to serve as marshal, who retired last year after 19 years on the job. Curley, who will begin her new position on June 21, comes to the court 30 years after graduating from West Point with a bachelor’s degree in political science. She received her law degree from the Univers...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, West Point, Germany, Afghanistan, Army, U S Army, Howe, University of Illinois College of Law, Curley, What's Happening Now, Pamela Talkin, Gail Curley, National Security Law Division, Supreme Court Police Force


Justices turn down cadet’s attempt to sue government over sexual assault

The Supreme Court won’t weigh in on whether a West Point cadet who was sexually assaulted by a fellow classmate can sue the federal government. The justices announced on Monday morning that they will not hear oral argument in Doe v. United States, one of the cases that they considered at their private conference last week. The justices also called for the federal government’s views in two cases, but they once again did not act on a closely watched challenge to a Mississippi law that would gener...
Tags: Featured, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, West Point, Congress, United States, DOE, Thomas, Dobbs, Howe, Jane Doe, American Axle, Goldstein Russell, United States Military Academy, FTCA


Justices ponder narrow ruling in student speech case

The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared conflicted over a school district’s plea to be allowed to discipline students for their speech outside of school. Some justices expressed concern about whether allowing schools to regulate off-campus speech could sweep in too much speech by young people, while others worried that – particularly in the internet era – a contrary rule would give too little weight to the harmful effects that some speech, such as cyberbullying, can have at school even when it ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Pennsylvania, Levy, Michael Jordan, Thomas, Sonia Sotomayor, Stewart, John Roberts, American Civil Liberties Union, Blatt, Roberts, David Cole, Howe, Alito


Baseball roundup: Andrew Howe hits, pitches Cleveland to victory over El Camino Real

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. WOODLAND HILLS – There’s nothing surprising about West Valley League drama, so it certainly wasn’t unexpected Tuesday afternoon on baseball’s opening day. Carrying a two-run lead into the bottom of the seventh inning, Cleveland High found itself needing one out with the bases loaded. Cavs coach Sid Lopez put the ball in Andrew Howe’s hands. “I’m always an option,” Howe said. Cleveland’s Braden Lowe tak...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Cleveland, Chatsworth, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Patriots, Eagles, Damien, Cavs, Taft, Lowe, Simi Valley, Howe


Student’s Snapchat sets up major ruling on school speech

In 1969, the Supreme Court ruled in Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District that public school officials can regulate speech that would substantially disrupt the school’s work. On Wednesday, the justices will consider whether Tinker also applies to speech by students that occurs off campus. In the internet era, in which cellphones and social media are omnipresent and many schools and parents worry about cyberbullying, the court’s ruling in Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L....
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Snapchat, Pandora, Pennsylvania, Levy, Biden, District Of Columbia, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, ADF, Alliance Defending Freedom, 3rd Circuit, Merits Cases, Des Moines Independent Community School District


Justices add new cases on state secrets, free speech

The Supreme Court issued orders on Monday morning from the justices’ private conference on Friday, April 23. The court added three new cases to its docket for arguments next fall, including a major new case (covered in this article) on the scope of the Second Amendment right to carry a gun outside the home. The justices also turned down (at least for now) efforts by a group of states, led by Texas, to revive litigation over the “public charge” rule after the Biden administration refused to defe...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Guantanamo Bay, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, California, Washington, Oregon, United States, Pakistan, Alaska, Poland, Philadelphia, Cia, Volkswagen


Justices doubtful on California donor-disclosure requirement

The Supreme Court on Monday seemed poised to side with two conservative groups challenging the constitutionality of California’s requirement that charities and nonprofits operating in the state provide the state attorney general’s office with the names and addresses of their largest donors. The requirement, the state insists, helps it to police charitable fraud. But two nonprofits argue that the rule violates the First Amendment by discouraging their donors from making contributions. After near...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, Alabama, Irs, Charles Koch, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, American Civil Liberties Union, Feinberg, Roberts, Howe, Alito, Shaffer, Barrett


Justices rebuff states’ request to reinstate public-charge rule, but leave door open for further litigation

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to immediately resolve an attempt by 14 states to revive litigation over a controversial Trump-era immigration rule after the Biden administration declined to defend it in court. In a brief, unsigned order, the justices said the states must first make their arguments in the lower courts, but they left open the possibility that the states could eventually return to the Supreme Court on this issue. The so-called “public charge” rule is one with which the justi...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Joe Biden, Biden, Medicaid, Executive Branch, Trump, Howe, 7th Circuit, Cook County Illinois, Elizabeth Prelogar, Prelogar, Emergency appeals and applications, Illinois Coalition for Immigrant


Court to take up major gun-rights case

Over a decade after it ruled that the Second Amendment protects the right to have a handgun in the home for self-defense, the Supreme Court agreed on Monday to decide whether the Constitution also protects the right to carry a gun outside the home. The justices’ announcement that they will take up a challenge to a New York law that requires anyone who wants to carry a gun in the state to show a good reason for doing so sets the stage for a major ruling on gun rights in the court’s 2021-22 term....
Tags: New York, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, New York City, District Of Columbia, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Thomas, John Roberts, McDonald, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, City of Chicago, 7th Circuit, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito


Justices to consider constitutionality of donor disclosure rule

The Supreme Court will close out its April argument session next week with two major First Amendment cases. On Wednesday, it will hear the case of a Pennsylvania student who was removed from her high school cheerleading team after posting offensive messages on social media. But on Monday, it will first hear a very different First Amendment case: a challenge to California’s requirement that charities and nonprofits operating in the state provide the state attorney general’s office with the names...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, California, Alabama, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Citizens United, Connecticut, Michigan, Christian, Naacp, Irs, Charles Koch, Richard Blumenthal


A book published almost 25 years ago predicted that the 'Next New Deal' would follow a period of great social unrest in 2020 - and that millennials would take the reins after decades of boomer rule

Could President Joe Biden be the "gray champion" of the Fourth Turning? Pool/Getty Images A generational theory written in 1997 predicted America would see the climax of a crisis in 2020. As the climax turned toward resolution, a "Next New Deal" would reshape the economy and give millennials a brighter future. A "gray champion" would usher in this new economic zeitgeist. Could that be Biden? See more stories on Insider's business page. America is currently in the midst of a millennial ...
Tags: Obama, Congress, White House, US, America, Trends, Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, Biden, Fdr, Strauss, Howe, Syracuse University, William Strauss, Neil Howe, Alex Wong Getty


Robin Lehner’s COVID Talk And WHA Records

from Larry Brooks of the New York Post, It is unclear where the disconnect occurred with Robin Lehner, who believes he was coerced into becoming vaccinated against COVID-19 with promises of relaxed league protocols. No other player has seconded his tale. So either someone unidentified by the Vegas goaltender flat out lied to him or there was a rather significant misunderstanding derived from his conversations about the NHL/NHLPA virus-related restrictions. But an individual with k...
Tags: New York Post, Sport, NHL, NHL NHLPA, Howe, Robin Lehner, Lehner, Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Hull, Larry Brooks, Slap Shots, COVID


Court upholds life-without-parole sentence for Mississippi man convicted as juvenile

This article was updated on Thursday, April 22, at 7:40 p.m. The Supreme Court on Thursday declined to impose new restrictions on the ability of states to sentence juveniles to life without parole, rejecting a challenge from a Mississippi man, Brett Jones, who was convicted of the 2004 stabbing death of his grandfather, a crime committed when Jones was 15. Jones had argued that two recent Supreme Court decisions on mandatory life-without-parole decisions for juveniles – the court’s 2012 decisio...
Tags: Featured, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Alabama, Louisiana, Jones, Montgomery, Miller, Thomas, Sonia Sotomayor, The Supreme Court, Howe, Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan


Sharks' Marleau breaks Howe's NHL games played record

Patrick Marleau surpassed “Mr. Hockey” for the most games played in NHL history.
Tags: NHL, Howe, Patrick Marleau, Sharks Marleau


Justices add confrontation-clause case to next term’s docket

The Sixth Amendment gives a defendant in a criminal prosecution the right “to be confronted with the witnesses against him.” On Monday, the Supreme Court agreed to take up the case of Darrell Hemphill, who was convicted for the 2006 shooting death of a child, who was a passenger in a car that drove by a fight on a street in the Bronx. The question that the justices agreed to decide is whether Hemphill “opened the door” at his trial to the use of evidence that would normally be barred by the Con...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Circuit, Bronx, District Of Columbia, Sonia Sotomayor, Morris, Brown, U S Supreme Court, McDonald, Dobbs, Howe, U S Court of Appeals


Hockey Notes On A Great Spring Sunday Morning In Motown

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - On Saturday night, Patrick Marleau tied Howe by playing in his 1,767th game. (Marcel) Dionne is more impressed with Ovechkin than he is with Marleau, who on Monday, barring an injury, will pass Howe. “What is he scoring now, a goal or two a year? I’m not that impressed with that. I give him credit for playing that long. Just not how he’s doing it.” Marleau, for the record, has four goals this season. - So if J.T. Miller doesn’t say anything, wo...
Tags: Washington, Sport, NHL, Miller, Steve Yzerman, Vancouver Canucks, Canucks, Red Wings, J T Miller, Howe, Patrick Marleau, Jonathan Bernier, Ovechkin, Marleau, NHL Players Association, Marcel Dionne


Patrick Marleau About To Replace Gordie Howe In Most Games Played

from Nicholas J. Cotsonika of NHL.com, Growing up in Aneroid, Saskatchewan, Patrick Marleau looked to see which players from his province had made the NHL. At the top of the list was one of the greatest of all time, the one who had played more NHL games than anyone else, Gordie Howe. "It gives you hope," he said. "It gives you hope that maybe that could be me one day playing in the NHL, since these other guys before me did it coming from small farming communities in Saskatchewan." ...
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Hockey Notes

from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - There will be a lot of noise in the coming days about Patrick Marleau’s pursuit of Gordie Howe on the all-time list of NHL games played. Howe played 1,767 NHL games. Marleau, heading into Saturday night, had played 1,762. What doesn’t get mentioned often enough is that Howe played 419 WHA games and somehow that gets forgotten in the record books - Alex Ovechkin is five goals away from passing Marcel Dionne for fifth overall in NHL goal scoring....
Tags: Florida, Minnesota, China, Toronto, Sport, Beijing, NHL, Long Island, Pittsburgh, Joel Quenneville, Gordie Howe, Team USA, Alex Ovechkin, Stan Bowman, Howe, Patrick Marleau


Divided court blocks California’s COVID-related restrictions on in-home religious gatherings

A divided Supreme Court on Friday night granted a request by a California pastor to put COVID-related restrictions on in-home Bible study and prayer meetings on hold. The ruling, issued just before midnight, was the most recent in a series of challenges, dating back almost to the start of the pandemic, to restrictions on in-person gatherings. Chief Justice John Roberts indicated that he would have denied the request; Justice Elena Kagan filed a dissenting opinion, which was joined by Justices S...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, State, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, 9th Circuit, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, Kagan, Jeremy Wong, Emergency appeals and applications


Big effort by La Salle comes up short against Harvard-Westlake in the Rose Bowl

The excitement of playing in the historic Rose Bowl provided the Harvard-Westlake football team with both early sparks and late sparks from Jason Thomson who scored five touchdowns to carry his team to a 58-40 win over La Salle on Friday night in what was a matchup of two unbeaten teams in Del Rey League action. With the win, Harvard-Westlake (5, -0, 3-0) has the inside track to claim an outright league championship in this shortened season. The Wolverines can wrap up the championship next week ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Rose Bowl, Thompson, Howe, Wolverines, Munoz, Ben Lee, La Salle, High School Football, Harvard Westlake, Del Rey League, Marshall Howe, Charlie Wang


Biden to create bipartisan commission on Supreme Court reform

President Joe Biden will issue an executive order to create a commission to study potential reforms to the Supreme Court, the White House announced on Friday. The announcement fulfilled a campaign promise by the president, who last fall proposed the idea of a commission after he declined to endorse efforts by liberals to expand the Supreme Court – efforts that Justice Stephen Breyer criticized in a speech on Tuesday at Harvard Law School. In its statement, the White House indicated that the com...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Obama, White House, Massachusetts, Court, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Harvard University, Columbia University, Biden, Naacp, Columbia Law School, Princeton University, Nyu


In Harvard speech, Breyer speaks out against “court packing”

Emphasizing that the Supreme Court’s authority hinges on the public’s trust in the court, Justice Stephen Breyer used a speech on Tuesday at Harvard Law School to argue against efforts to expand the number of seats on the Supreme Court. The 82-year-old Breyer contended that public trust in the court rests in the public’s perception that “the court is guided by legal principle, not politics” and would therefore be eroded if the court’s structure were changed in response to concerns about the inf...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Senate, Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Harvard, Mitch McConnell, Biden, Albert Camus, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Harvard Law School, Antonin Scalia, Howe, Stephen Breyer, Breyer


Justices throw out Trump Twitter case

Just under three months after former President Donald Trump was permanently banned from Twitter, the Supreme Court put an end to a legal battle over Trump’s personal Twitter account, throwing out a lower-court ruling against the former president and instructing that court to dismiss the case on the ground that it is moot – that is, no longer a live controversy. The lawsuit was filed in July 2017 by the Knight First Amendment Institute and seven individuals whom Trump had blocked on Twitter afte...
Tags: Twitter, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Wall, Trump, Thomas, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, Clarence Thomas, Trump Twitter, 2nd Circuit, Cases in the Pipeline


Court to take up case on “harmless error” standard in habeas proceedings

The Supreme Court on Monday announced that it would add the case of a Michigan inmate convicted of premeditated murder to its docket for next term. The justices granted Brown v. Davenport, a petition filed by the state of Michigan on the standard for whether a constitutional error is “harmless” when a defendant is seeking federal post-conviction relief. The inmate, Ervine Davenport, was convicted after a trial at which he was shackled. State courts in Michigan agreed that shackling Davenport vi...
Tags: New York, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Court, New Jersey, Michigan, District Of Columbia, Brown, Murphy, McDonald, Dobbs, Davenport, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, City of Chicago


Harvard-Westlake defense stars in victory over St. Anthony

STUDIO CITY – Coming off of explosive, offensive victories, two of the Del Rey League’s unbeaten football teams took the field Saturday afternoon. But after a quarter of play, the Harvard-Westlake and St. Anthony teams were scoreless. Defense continued to be the key for the host Wolverines, who kept the visiting Saints offense without a first down for the entire first half. Harvard-Westlake went on to blank St. Anthony, 24-0, at Ted Slavin Field on Saturday to improve to 4-0 overall and 2-0 in l...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Saints, High School Sports, Howe, Wang, St Anthony, Wolverines, Huerta, Charles Wang, Joshua Dixon, Mario Morales, High School Football, Harvard Westlake, Heritage Christian


Former Bournemouth boss Howe favoured to get Celtic post

London (AFP) – Former Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is favoured to replace Neil Lennon as manager of deposed Scottish champions Celtic with talks at an advanced stage, according to media reports on Friday. The 43-year-old... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Celtic, Bournemouth, Eddie Howe, Neil Lennon, Afp, Howe


Celtic talks with ex-Bournemouth boss Howe at advanced stage

Former Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is the clear favourite to become the next manager of Celtic, with talks at an advanced stage.
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Today in Hockey History: March 20

This date in National Hockey League history has provided us with a little bit of everything. There were broken records, personal milestones, plenty of hat tricks and one very eventful night in 1993. Let’s take our daily trip back in time to enjoy all the best moments March 20 has given us over the years. Bobby Hull Has a Huge Date Bobby Hull of the Chicago Blackhawks entered the final game of the regular season on March 20, 1960, trailing Bronco Horvath of the Boston Bruins by one point ...
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Wounded by both a pandemic and recession, millennials are reliving the history of 100 years ago

Older millennials bore the brunt of the Great Recession, while younger millennials were hit hard by the pandemic. Jared Siskin/Getty Images Millennials are defined by the Great Recession and the coronavirus pandemic, says gen expert Neil Howe. It's a repeat of the GI Generation, who came of age during the Spanish Flu and Great Depression. The pandemic and economic crash defined older and younger cohorts of both generations, but in reverse. See more stories on Insider's business pag...
Tags: US, America, Trends, John Adams, Pew Research Center, Howe, Neil Howe, Andy Lyons Getty, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis, Hillary Hoffower, Bank of America Research, Jared Siskin Getty


Harvard-Westlake football edges St. Genevieve

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. STUDIO CITY — At Harvard-Westlake’s football stadium, there was no locker room access Friday, so shoes and bags of gear littered the sidelines. St. Genevieve got ready to play right next to the field — reminiscent of Pop Warner games, as Valiants coach Bill Parra joked. Despite the absence of the locker room and its team-bonding ambiance, Harvard-Westlake quarterback Marshall Howe was able to give a loud, ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Howe, Wolverines, Huerta, Pop Warner, Parra, High School Football, Harvard Westlake, St Genevieve, Danny Rodriguez, Southern California Sierra Canyon, Aaron Huerta, Marshall Howe