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Judge to Release Footage of Hammer Attack on Nancy Pelosi’s Husband

The footage, along with the 911 call made after the assault, could be released to the public as early as Thursday.

South Carolina’s Governor Fights as ACLU Targets Faith-Based Foster Agencies

South Carolina’s Republican governor has asked a federal court to protect the state’s right to partner with faith-based foster care groups to provide homes for children in need.

Darrell Brooks Receives Life in Prison for Killing 6 Victims in Waukesha Christmas Parade Massacre

Darrell Brooks, 40, received six consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole on Wednesday for driving an SUV through a crowd at the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade last year, killing six victims and injuring 61 others.

Durham Puts FBI on Trial Alongside Russian Collusion Informant

Igor Danchenko is the named defendant at this week's trial, charged with lying as an informant in the now discredited Russia collusion investigation.

North Carolina Single Father Jailed for 24 Hours With No Bond for Refusing to Wear Mask in Judge’s Courtroom

A judge in Harnett County, North Carolina, put a man in prison for showing up for jury duty without a face mask.

FBI Intel Analyst Tells Durham Agency Offered Steele $1M to Corroborate Dossier

An FBI analyst on Tuesday in federal court told Special Counsel John Durham the agency offered former British spy Christopher Steele "up to $1 million" to corroborate evidence in his now-discredited dossier that was central to a federal investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign.

5th Circuit Rules Texas Judge Can Continue to Invite Prayer in His Court Room

The judge allows prayers from leaders of many faiths.

Gov. Newsom Signs Bill Restricting Use of Rap Lyrics as Evidence in California Criminal Trials

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill to restrict prosecutors from using rap lyrics as evidence against criminal defendants in California. Newsom signed on the dotted...

The Untold Story of the Flight Attendant Fired for Expressing Pro-Life Views

Although she was about to publicly reveal a nightmarish personal experience—and the worst mistake of her life—Charlene Carter strode confidently through a stately Dallas federal courtroom.

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