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Justice Department lawyers said the agency would appeal to the nation's highest court last Friday, after a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court rejected the Trump administration's request to stop a federal judge from forcing the release of internal emails, memos, and other documents in which administration officials and White House aides weighed whether to terminate the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Justice Department weighing potential deal on DACA documents request

By Gabby Morrongiello |
A U.S. District Court Judge requested the documents last month as discovery in five legal challenges against DACA's cancellation.

Remember Antonin Scalia by his speeches, not just by his piercing legal decisions

By Nicole Russell |

The FedSoc conference ended with a panel warmly and wistfully remembering the legacy of Antonin Scalia, a man so many still miss.

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Alabama governor says she'll vote for Roy Moore, cites future Supreme Court vacancies

By Daniel Chaitin |

On the same day Ivey made the comment, Trump added five new judges to a list of candidates to fill the next vacancy on the Supreme Court sho...

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'But Gorsuch' stress balls give relief to distraught lawyers at Federalist Society conference

By Ryan Lovelace |

The bright red balls are adorned with the words "But Gorsuch!" in reference to a popular social media meme.

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