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Henry Munoz On ‘Essential Heroes: A Momento Latino Event’s Message: ‘If We Are United Through This Moment, Our Country Will Be Better’

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Symposium: The solicitor general, the shadow docket and the Kennedy effect

This article is part of a symposium on the Supreme Court’s “shadow docket.” Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) is a professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law. His teaching and research focus on federal jurisdiction, constitutional law (especially the separation of powers), national security law and military justice. For as long as the Supreme Court has existed, it’s had a “shadow docket” to record everything other than the justices’ formal rulings in argued cases. Indeed, the very fi...
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Medicare history: How a national health insurance plan became law

Editor’s note: With permission, here’s an excerpt from “Take the Pain Out of Medicare: How to get the most from your benefits, 2020-2021,” by Michaela Cavallaro. Copyright Centennial Books, $16.99. A guide to navigating this vitally important federal program, “Take the Pain Out of Medicare” includes plan overviews, cost explanations, planning worksheets and tips on how to avoid fraud as well as a guide to understanding Social Security. The book is available through Amazon at amzn.to/3jgMSUF. (...
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The 9 biggest takeaways from 'Totally Under Control,' a new documentary filmed in secret about the Trump administration's coronavirus response

The official poster for "Totally Under Control," a new documentary about the US government's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Courtesy of Neon "Totally Under Control," a documentary about the US government's response to the coronavirus pandemic, is now streaming on Hulu. It was filmed mostly in secret over five months and blasts the Trump administration for failing to contain the pandemic. Here are nine key takeaways from the film.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stori...
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Jon M. Chu Tapped to Helm Willow Series With Davis & Howard Returning!

Jon M. Chu tapped to helm Willow series with Davis & Howard returning! After over a year of back-and-forth word on the potential Disney+ series, it’s now been revealed that a Willow sequel series is officially in the works and has landed Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) to helm the pilot with original star Warwick Davis and original director Ron Howard also set to return! RELATED: Willow 2: Ron Howard Reveals the Status of Disney+’s Potential Series PB = PB || {...
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An explosive documentary details how Jared Kushner's coronavirus task force consisted mainly of 20-something volunteers buying PPE with personal email accounts

White House senior advisor Jared Kushner and counselor Kellyanne Conway on April 30. AP Photo/Evan Vucci For several weeks in March and April, Max Kennedy Jr., then 26, served on Jared Kushner's White House COVID-19 Supply Chain Task Force. Kennedy, who is Robert F. Kennedy's grandson, describes the task force in a new documentary, called "Totally Under Control," which is now streaming on Hulu. According to Kennedy, most members of the task force were young, inexperienced volunteers "cold ...
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After Release From Jail, Suspect In Wild Chase Struck And Killed Along Fresno Freeway

FRESNO COUNTY (CBS13) — The suspect in a wild chase from Stockton to Fresno County last week was struck and killed over the weekend after being released from jail, authorities say. According to California Highway Patrol, around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to the area of southbound Highway 41 near the eastbound Highway 180 connector in Fresno to investigate a report of a person hit by a car. RELATED: Semi-Truck Driver Who Led Officers On I-5 Chase Crashes, Tries To Carjack Other Driver...
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After Release From Jail, Suspect In Wild Semi Chase Struck And Killed Along Fresno Freeway

FRESNO COUNTY (CBS13) — The suspect in a wild chase from Stockton to Fresno County last week was struck and killed over the weekend after being released from jail, authorities say. According to California Highway Patrol, around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to the area of southbound Highway 41 near the eastbound Highway 180 connector in Fresno to investigate a report of a person hit by a car. RELATED: Semi-Truck Driver Who Led Officers On I-5 Chase Crashes, Tries To Carjack Other Driver...
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After Release From Jail, Suspect In Wild Chase Struck And Killed Along Fresno Freeway

FRESNO COUNTY (CBS13) — The suspect in a wild chase from Stockton to Fresno County last week was struck and killed over the weekend after being released from jail, authorities say. According to California Highway Patrol, around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to the area of southbound Highway 41 near the eastbound Highway 180 connector in Fresno to investigate a report of a person hit by a car. RELATED: Semi-Truck Driver Who Led Officers On I-5 Chase Crashes, Tries To Carjack Other Driver...
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The convertible Lincoln limo JFK rode in the morning before his assassination just sold for $375,000 — take a closer look

1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Bonhams Two Lincoln Continentals that transported President John F. Kennedy crossed the auction block on October 14 through Bonhams.  The 1963 Continental President Kennedy rode in the morning before his assassination sold for $375,000.  It was the last car to safely transport the president and was sold with a fully original interior.  The 1960 Continental Mark V that the president used for personal jaunts around Washington, DC, carried a pre-auction e...
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Women's Six Nations: Kennedy and Evans return to Scotland squad

Megan Kennedy and Abi Evans return to the Scotland squad for Sunday's Six Nations meeting with France.
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Drive-in comedy series parks at the Magic Castle in Hollywood

Veteran comic Jamie Kennedy is used to hearing applause and laughs from the stage — and even some occasional jeers. But getting flashed by high-beams and hearing some weird noises paired with LED lights during his latest sets, well, that’s something new. The comedy club Kennedy’s currently playing? It’s a Hollywood parking lot. Kennedy’s been one of the regular performers at the “Magic Asphalt: Drive-In Comedy Under the Stars” series, which takes place two weekends a month in the Magic Castle’s ...
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CHP: Semi-Truck Driver Who Led Officers On I-5 Chase Crashes, Tries To Carjack Other Drivers

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Pesky blog problem.

Blogger forced me to accept the new Blogger. Last May, I was getting the message "The legacy interface will still be optionally available" and I kept opting for old Blogger, but now that's been taken away. I'm trying to adapt to it, but it has one terrible problem. When I try to add tags, it no longer makes suggestions as I start to type. Not only do I have to type every letter, I have to remember what tags I already have and in what form. Some names are only the last name, others are first and ...
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Republican Senator John Kennedy asks Amy Coney Barrett 'who does the laundry in your house' during Supreme Court hearings

Judge Amy Coney Barrett at her confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. KEVIN DIETSCH/POOL/AFP via Getty Images Republican Sen. John Kennedy asked Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee and a mother of seven, who does the laundry in her house during Wednesday's hearings.  Barrett laughed off the question and replied, "We increasingly have been trying to get our children to take responsibility for their own, but those efforts are not always successful." Som...
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Argument analysis: Justices don’t tip their hand in military rape case

During Tuesday’s telephonic oral argument in United States v. Briggs, counsel for both sides urged the justices to avoid deciding whether the Eighth Amendment ruling in Coker v. Georgia, prohibiting capital punishment for nonhomicide rape, applies to the military. But it isn’t clear whether five justices can agree on the statutory argument of one side or the other, suggesting that it is still possible the court will reach the constitutional issue. Stephen Vladeck phones in to the argument, with...
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Amy Coney Barrett's nomination hearing is underway. Here are some of the most contentious Supreme Court nominations in US history

The confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, is underway. Contentious Supreme Court nomination processes are nothing new — there have been several in the past 50 years as Congressional partisanship increases. We looked back at some of the most polarizing Supreme Court nominations in recent history. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The battle to get Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, conf...
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3 promising industries for starting a business during the pandemic

If you want to start a business right now, look into these industries with pandemic-driven growth. MoMo Productions/Getty Images Despite COVID-19's hit to the global economy, select industries are armed for future growth under the pandemic and could prove smart investments for budding entrepreneurs. The contactless tech industry is booming as restaurants and retail stores reopen and want to operate as safely as possible by allowing customers to pay with their smartphone or contactless card...
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The return of virtual SCOTUS

Amid an ongoing pandemic, the recent death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and a looming confirmation battle, the eight justices of the Supreme Court began a new term last Monday. SCOTUStalk host Amy Howe sits down with SCOTUSblog media editor Katie Barlow to discuss the first week of the term, including an apparent procedural tweak to telephonic oral arguments and which justice is now handling emergency appeals from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit (Ginsburg had been the “circuit ju...
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“Somebody’s Watching Me” Was Almost A Lenny Kravitz Song

Lenny Kravitz says that he was almost the original singer for the 1984 hit "Somebody's Watching Me," which he revealed in his recent memoir Let Love Rule and expounded on in a new Rolling Stone interview. While attending Beverly Hills High School in the early '80s, Kravitz became friends with Kennedy … More »
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Tom Kennedy, TV Host of ‘You Don’t Say!’ and ‘Name That Tune,’ Dies at 93

Tom Kennedy, the television game show host for “You Don’t Say!” and “Name That Tune,” died on Oct. 7 in Oxnard, Calif. He was 93. Kennedy’s close friend Steve Beverly confirmed his death on Facebook, writing: “Tom had not been well in recent months but remained in communication with his family and close friends… Later, […]
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Case preview: Determining the statute of limitations for military rape — and possibly a lot more

Editor’s note: A previous version of this article ran on March 16, 2020. When the Supreme Court entertains argument on Tuesday in United States v. Briggs , which had originally been scheduled for Monday, March 23, it will be asked to decide whether three men convicted of military rape should not have been prosecuted in the first place because of the statute of limitations. And, should each side’s principal argument fail, the court may be forced to decide a bigger question: whether the Ei...
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2 limos JFK rode in are up for sale this month, including one that transported him on the day of his death

1963 Lincoln Continental Convertible. Bonhams Two Lincoln Continentals that transported President John F. Kennedy will cross the auction block October 14 through Bonhams.  The 1963 Continental President Kennedy rode in the morning before his assassination could fetch up to $500,000, according to pre-auction estimates.  The bulletproof 1960 Continental Mark V that the president used for personal jaunts around Washington, DC, may rake in up to $300,000.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for...
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‘Freaky’ Makes Its Horror-Comedy Work By Creating Engaging Characters [NYCC]

Freaky, the new horror-comedy from Happy Death Day director Christopher Landon, takes a body premise and throws in a slasher movie angle. I can’t speak for the quality of the film just yet – I still haven’t seen it – but as a far of the Happy Death Day films, I’m incredibly excited to check this thing out. For now, though, I’ll make do with the Freaky NYCC panel, which had writer-director Christopher Landon, the film’s stars, Vince Vaughn, Kathryn Newton, Celeste O’Connor, and Misha Osherovich,...
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Rep. Tom McClintock looks to defend his House seat against Democratic challenger Brynne Kennedy in California's 4th Congressional District

AP Six-term Rep. Tom McClintock will face Democrat Brynne Kennedy in California's 4th Congressional District.  The district is located in east-central California and is home to all of the counties of Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, El Dorade, Maripose, and Tuolumne.  The two candidates were chosen through California's "top-two primary" system which places the top two candidates in the state's primary on the November ballot, regardless of party. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more storie...
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A psychologist explains why people cling to conspiracy theories during uncertain times

Conspiracy theories blaming 5G for the coronavirus have exploded online. Cindy Ord/Getty Images Conspiracy theories frequently surface after traumatic events and during times of uncertainty, such as in the aftermath of mass shootings or during the COVID-19 pandemic. Far-fetched theories can spread rapidly online and via social media. Recently, a study indicated that nearly one third of Americans believe in a conspiracy theory about the coronavirus, such as one that claims the outbreak is li...
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Virtual debates aren't new. Sixty years ago, Kennedy and Nixon debated 3,000 miles apart

This unprecedented year has inspired great innovation. But the idea of hosting a virtual debate isn't one of them.
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5 easy ways to protect yourself from hackers

In a time where companies, celebrities, and even governments are coming under cyber-attacks, getting hacked might seem inevitable. But according to former NSA hacker David Kennedy, there are steps you can take to prevent it from happening to you. Kennedy shares his five must-do tips for protecting yourself from hackers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video.David Kennedy: "Mr. Robot" is probably one of the most accurate portrayals of what hac...
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From Marriage to Children: Could We Not Find Common Ground?

For the Balkinization symposium on William N. Eskridge, Jr., and Christopher Riano, Marriage Equality: From Outlaws to In-Laws (Yale University Press, 2020). Robin Fretwell Wilson After Obergefell , it appeared for a time that common ground might be found. For some, common ground was attractive for reasons of necessity—resolving questions left unresolved by the courts, as state lawmakers did in Utah (Golden Rule, Chapter 23). For others, the need to fin...
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An explosive new documentary details how Jared Kushner's coronavirus task force consisted mainly of 20-something volunteers buying PPE with personal email accounts

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and counselor Kellyanne Conway listen as President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting about the coronavirus response in the Oval Office on April 30, 2020. AP Photo/Evan Vucci For several weeks in March and April, Max Kennedy, Jr., then 26, served on Jared Kushner's White House COVID-19 Supply-Chain Task Force. Kennedy, who is Robert F. Kennedy's grandson, quit the task force in April. Soon after, he wrote an anonymous whistleblower complaint to Co...
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