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The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals deferred to Congress partly because the court contended Tuesday that many TSA employees are not law enforcement officers and therefore do not have training "on issues of probable cause, reasonable suspicion and other constitutional doctrines that govern law enforcement officers." (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Appeals court defers to Congress on disciplining TSA agents in disputes with passengers

Matters of foreign policy and national security are "rarely" appropriate issues for the courts to become involved in, wrote Judge Kent Jorda...

Gunman ambushes Ohio judge, who returns fire

By Ryan Lovelace

The dead attacker was identified as Nathaniel Richmond, the father of a teenage boy found guilty in a high-profile 2013 rape case. The judge...

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Study shows Supreme Court justices working together in unprecedented ways last term

By Ryan Lovelace

"Majority sizes averaged more than seven justices to a dissent average of one justice," according to the analysis.

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Supreme Court to take up its version of the 'Thrilla in Manila': Sports betting

By Ryan Lovelace

A heavyweight fight is heading to the high court in the fall that will pit New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie against America's top sports leagu...

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