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Rep. Chris Collins, R-N.Y., argued Friday that President Trump's effort to investigate special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team is a "standard" practice. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Republican lawmaker: Probing Mueller's team is 'standard legal practice'

"If you're going to be sued or are sued, you're always to look for conflicts with the judge, with prosectors, with witnesses."

Texas school district approves corporal punishment 'by way of paddling'

By Sean Langille

A school district in South Texas approved a new system Tuesday that permits school administrators to administer paddlings with a witness of...

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Roberts: Criticism of judges 'doesn't affect how we go about our job'

By Ryan Lovelace

"We're certainly not above criticism — it's a free country," the chief justice said at the University of Melbourne's law school in Australia...

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Republicans launch Congressional Review Act challenge to CFPB class-action rule

By Joseph Lawler

Republicans hope to stop the bureau from liberalizing class-action lawsuits for financial products.

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