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high school player thinks game is nearly over and sinks full court shot


this young basketball player got a little confused and thought there were only three seconds left in the game when, in fact, there were thirty. it worked out well for him when he sunk a full court shot.full story at youtube.more great sports. posted by josh urich






how strong is a hydraulic press, really?


the hydraulic press channel crushes a lot of fun stuff with their twenty-ton press. but what’s the limit of its strength? they test it in this video.full story at youtube.more great vids. posted by josh urich






wimbledon '17: still without full strength, kvitova favored


london — petra kvitova still has not regained full strength in her left hand, the one she uses to swing a tennis racket so well that she won wimbledon twice — and the one that was stabbed by an intruder at her home in the czech republic late last year.less than seven months after that attack, kvitova somehow carries the status of the closest thing to a favorite at the all england club, where play in the grass-court grand slam tournament begins monday.not that she's all that concerned, understandably, with others' thoughts about whether she can add to the trophies she clutched at wimbledon in 2011 and 2014 ."i don't see it like that," kvitova said in an email to the associated press."i am just happy to be back on the court and that's it," she said. "i will be focusing on myself and not thin






full appeals court to hear challenge to prayers at meetings


richmond, va. — a federal appeals court is taking another look at a lawsuit challenging a north carolina county commission's practice of opening meetings with christian prayer.the full 15-judge bench of the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals will hear arguments in the rowan county prayer case on wednesday.the american civil liberties union sued the commission on behalf of three people who said the commission's practice of starting meetings with prayers that almost always referred to christianity was coercive and discriminatory.a divided three-judge panel of the richmond, virginia-based court ruled last year that the practice was constitutional as long as commissioners don't pressure others to participate.that ruling reversed a lower court decision siding with the aclu. that ruling is on hol






white house press secretary sean spicer downplays 9th circuit court of appeals d


in a facebook live interview with breitbart, the right-wing website formerly led by chief white house strategist stephen k. bannon, white house press secretary sean spicer tried to downplay thursday's decision in the u.s. 9th circuit court of appeals. "tonight was just a procedural ruling on the temporary restraining order. we look forward to a full hearing on the merits of this case, and we feel very confident that we're going to prevail," spicer said in the two-and-a-half-minute video. he said the white house and president trump would "examine our legal options," and he defended the implementation of the executive order. the court declined to order the reinstatement of the president's moratorium on refugees and on travel from seven mostly muslim countries. the halt on the controversi






hawaii asks full court to hear trump travel ban appeal


honolulu — attorneys representing hawaii in the state's challenge to president donald trump's revised travel ban are asking that the full panel of a federal appeals court hear the case.the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals is scheduled to hear the case may 15.hawaii's request filed tuesday notes that the full 15-judge panel of another federal appeals court will hear a similar case challenging the travel ban.appeals are typically heard first by a three-judge panel before they are possibly examined by the full panel.hawaii argues the case involves a "question of exceptional importance."the trump administration is appealing a hawaii federal judge's ruling blocking the government from suspending new visas for people from six muslim-majority countries and halting the u.s. refugee program.






how cases get to the supreme court


the supreme court is the highest court in the country, and thus very significant. this video will help you understand how a case gets heard by scotus.full story at youtube.more educational stuff. posted by josh urich






ruth bader ginsburg defends free press


a u.s. supreme court justice has mounted a defense of the free press and praised women who marched in protest at donald trump ’s presidency. speaking to the bbc’s newsnight program in remarks set to be broadcast thursday night, ruth bader ginsburg, one of the 11 judges who sits on america’s highest court, said: “i read…






white house vows 'full-court press' on behalf of embattled gop health care plan


the trump administration is preparing to pitch house republicans' health-care proposal directly to the public in an attempt to circumvent a surge of opposition to the plan among conservatives, democrats and health-care industry groups.white house press secretary sean spicer said administration officials, including president donald trump, are engaged in a "full-court press" to sell the health-care bill through local radio and television interviews and meetings with stakeholders.trump plans to host a group of conservative leaders at the white house wednesday night to discuss their concerns, spicer said - the second night in a row trump has huddled with players in the debate to discuss strategy.at the same time, spicer sought to pre-emptively discredit the nonpartisan budget analyst that is p






professor apologizes for complaint against b.c. judge over ‘sleeping in my own b


vancouver — a law professor who filed a complaint against a british columbia supreme court judge hearing a sexual assault case has issued an apology, saying there were no grounds for the claim.benjamin perrin of the university of british columbia filed a complaint last month with the canadian judicial council based on comments attributed to justice peter leask in a media report from a court hearing on march 20.“i have since learned the full context for the remarks and concluded that they do not support the claims i made in the complaint or my public statements,” perrin said tuesday in an email to the canadian press.“i have therefore formally withdrawn my complaint to the canadian judicial council in its entirety,” he said.“i wish to offer my full and unreserved apology to justice leask. i






nawaz sharif appears before anti-corruption court | pakistan news


islamabad, pakistan - overthrown pakistani prime minister nawaz sharif has appeared before an anti-corruption court in the capital islamabad, putting to rest the possibility of political unrest if he boycotted proceedings.sharif appeared before the court briefly on tuesday morning, amid tight security and a number of supporters chanting slogans outside the court complex.speaking to the press following his appearance in court, a defiant sharif said he would continue to face the anti-corruption trial, but that he considered the process biased against him."is this justice? is this what we call the rule of law? is this a fair trial?" he said, providing a list of grievances against the supreme court verdict against him, highest of which is his perceived denial of a right to a full appeal. read






high court won't hear appeal over cia torture report


washington — the supreme court has turned away an appeal seeking to force the cia to release the full 2014 senate report about the agency's use of harsh interrogation tactics.the justices on monday let stand an appeals court ruling that said the 6,900-page report prepared by the senate intelligence committee was not subject to freedom of information laws.the committee previously released a lengthy summary of the report to the public, but the american civil liberties union sued to obtain the full version. the aclu argued that the report became subject to disclosure laws after the committee sent it around to several federal agencies for review.the appeals court said congress clearly intended to retain control of the report.






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another u.s. appeals court keeps trump’s travel ban blocked


seattle -- another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking president donald trump's revised travel ban.the ruling monday from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals deals the administration another legal defeat as the supreme court considers a separate case on the issue.the judges say the president violated u.s. immigration law by discriminating against people based on their nationality and that trump failed to show their entry into the country would hurt american interests.they didn't rule on whether the travel ban violated the constitution's ban on the government officially favoring or disfavoring any religion.the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals in virginia also ruled against the travel ban may 25. the administration has appealed that ruling






another u.s. appeals court keeps trump's travel ban blocked


seattle -- another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking president donald trump's revised travel ban.the ruling monday from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals deals the administration another legal defeat as the supreme court considers a separate case on the issue.the judges say the president violated u.s. immigration law by discriminating against people based on their nationality and that trump failed to show their entry into the country would hurt american interests.they didn't rule on whether the travel ban violated the constitution's ban on the government officially favoring or disfavoring any religion.the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals in virginia also ruled against the travel ban may 25. the administration has appealed that ruling






another u.s. appeals court keeps trump’s travel ban blocked


seattle— another federal appeals court has upheld a decision blocking president donald trump's revised travel ban.the ruling monday from a unanimous three-judge panel of the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals deals the administration another legal defeat as the supreme court considers a separate case on the issue.the judges say the president violated u.s. immigration law by discriminating against people based on their nationality and that trump failed to show their entry into the country would hurt american interests.they didn't rule on whether the travel ban violated the constitution's ban on the government officially favoring or disfavoring any religion.the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals in virginia also ruled against the travel ban may 25. the administration has appealed that ruling t






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justices won't hear appeal over release of federal mug shots


washington — the supreme court won't hear an appeal from the detroit free press that asked the government to release mug shots of federal criminal defendants in michigan and three other states.the justices on monday left in place an appeals court ruling that said the photos don't have to be released under the federal freedom of information act.the ruling last year from the 6th u.s. circuit court of appeals covers michigan, tennessee, ohio and kentucky. the u.s. marshals service already refuses to release booking photos in other states due to policy or rulings from other courts.the lawsuit was filed by the newspaper and joined by other media organizations, including the associated press.






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chief justice of the united states john g. roberts, jr., supreme court associate justice stephen g. breyer, supreme court associate justice anthony m. kennedy, supreme court associate justice sonia sotomayor and supreme court associate justice elena kagan wait for address to begin.  jack gruber, usa todayfullscreen






donald trump: 'we will see them in court'


a us appeals court has rejected president donald trump's attempt to reinstate his ban on visitors from seven mainly muslim countries.the 9th us circuit court of appeals said it would not block a lower-court ruling that halted the order.shortly after the ruling was announced, mr trump called it a political decision, and told reporters he was confident he would win in the end.trump loses appeal court bid to reinstate travel ban






how court battle over travel ban could unfold


with filing of court briefs completed late monday, president donald trump's executive order temporarily limiting immigration to the u.s. is squarely before the 9th circuit court of appeals in san francisco. a look at what might happen next:— the appeals court will hear arguments in the case tuesday in an hour-long telephone conference. it's unclear when a ruling will come.— whichever side loses could ask the supreme court to take the case on an emergency basis. but with the court at only eight members because of the death a year ago of justice antonin scalia, it may be hard to find five votes to undo any result from the liberal-leaning 9th circuit.— if judge neil gorsuch is confirmed to the high court by spring, as senate republicans hope, the court would be returned to full strength, incr






uk supreme court rules in eli lilly’s favor in drug dispute


london — britain’s supreme court has ruled in favor of eli lilly and co. in a patent dispute with generic drug-maker actavis over lilly’s alimta cancer treatment.the court announced friday that actavis products infringe eli lilly’s patent in britain, france, italy and spain.the decision by u.k.’s top court upholds a 2015 ruling by the court of appeal in london.the court says it will publish the full judgment on wednesday.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.alimta is one of eli lilly’s best-selling drugs, and the indianapolis-based company has sought to protect it against generic competition.michael j. harrington, senior vice president and general counsel for lilly, said that “while we do not yet know the court’s reasoning, we are pleased with the u.k. supreme court’s






wimbledon ’17: still without full strength, kvitova favored


petra kvitova still has not regained full strength in her left hand, the one she uses to swing a tennis racket so well that she won wimbledon twice — and the one that was stabbed by an intruder at her home in the czech republic late last year.just seven months after that attack, kvitova somehow carries the status of the closest thing to a favorite at the all england club, where play in the grass-court grand slam tournament begins monday.not that she’s all that concerned, understandably, with others’ thoughts about whether she can add to the trophies she clutched at wimbledon in 2011 and 2014 .“i don’t see it like that,” kvitova said in an email to the associated press.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“i am just happy to be back on the court and that’s it,” she said






wimbledon ’17: still without full strength, kvitova favored


petra kvitova still has not regained full strength in her left hand, the one she uses to swing a tennis racket so well that she won wimbledon twice — and the one that was stabbed by an intruder at her home in the czech republic late last year.just seven months after that attack, kvitova somehow carries the status of the closest thing to a favorite at the all england club, where play in the grass-court grand slam tournament begins monday.not that she’s all that concerned, understandably, with others’ thoughts about whether she can add to the trophies she clutched at wimbledon in 2011 and 2014 .“i don’t see it like that,” kvitova said in an email to the associated press.most read storiessave over 90% on select subscriptions.“i am just happy to be back on the court and that’s it,” she said. “






appeals court won't release gitmo force-feeding videos


washington — a federal appeals court won't order the government to release graphic videos of a former guantanamo bay inmate being force-fed during a hunger strike.the ruling on friday said the public has no constitutional right to see the videos, which were filed in court records in a legal dispute involving the inmate. the court also said any first amendment right of access is outweighed by concerns that release could harm national security.the associated press and 15 other news organizations sought release of the tapes on first amendment grounds.the u.s. court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit overturned the ruling of a lower court judge who had ordered the videos released with redactions to protect the identities of u.s. personnel. that order was on hold pending appeal.






no. 6 wichita state rallies to beat california 92-82 – la times


wichita state’s players looked stunned against california’s defensive pressure, throwing errant passes easily picked off, casting up rushed shots as their deficit climbed.the final four? the shockers didn't look like they could get out of the first round in maui.advertisementwith one necessary, tactical switch, wichita state looked more like one of the nation's best teams over the final 15 minutes, leaving the bears wondering what happened.forced into a full-court press to lengthen the game, no. 6 wichita state hit the bears with a barrage of traps and layups to turn an 18-point deficit in a wild, 92-82 victory on monday at the maui invitational.“we kind of looked like the bad news bears for the most part,” shockers coach gregg marshall said. “but things that made this program pretty good






wimbledon '17: still without full strength, kvitova favored


petra kvitova still has not regained full strength in her left hand, the one she uses to swing a tennis racket so well that she won wimbledon twice — and the one that was stabbed by an intruder at her home in the czech republic late last year.just seven months after that attack, kvitova somehow carries the status of the closest thing to a favorite at the all england club, where play in the grass-court grand slam tournament begins monday.not that she's all that concerned, understandably, with others' thoughts about whether she can add to the trophies she clutched at wimbledon in 2011 and 2014 ."i don't see it like that," kvitova said in an email to the associated press."i am just happy to be back on the court and that's it," she said. "i will be focusing on myself and not thinking any furth






with fcc poised to act court declines to rehear title ii challenge


the decision by the us court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit not to grant a full court rehearing of the title ii reclassification decision isn’t a victory for net neutrality, despite the ballyhoo that’s making its way around the internet.it’s also not a defeat for net neutrality. in reality, it’s simply a procedural action in which the court recognizes that such a full hearing would likely be a waste of time given the federal communications commission announced plans go back to regulating the internet under title i of the communications act.the action by the fcc, then led by former fcc chairman tom walker, to reclassify internet providers as common carriers under title ii of the communications act had been challenged in court, but the court of appeals found that the agency






q&a: trump's new travel ban faces key test in appeals court


richmond, va. — president donald trump's revised travel ban targeting six muslim-majority countries is about to be scrutinized by a federal appeals court for the first time.the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals will hear arguments monday in the case that has thwarted the president's attempt to bar certain people from entering the country in the name of national security.the richmond, virginia-based court will examine a federal judge in maryland's ruling that blocks the administration from temporarily barring new visas for people from iran, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.a federal judge in hawaii has also halted that provision as well as the freeze on the u.s. refugee program. trump's administration is fighting that decision in the 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals.trump rewrote the






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in this episode of “beyond the press,” the hydraulic press folks hook up a strong pump to an oil barrel. the result? an awesome implosion in slow mo.full story at youtube.more great vids. posted by josh urich






appeals court turns down rehearing of fcc internet ruling


today’s topics include the u.s. appeals court declining a full court rehearing of the broadband title ii reclassification decision; microsoft resurrecting its "my people" contact feature for windows 10; sharepoint developers looking to weather the shift to cloud development; and google chrome marking more http pages as insecure this fall.the u.s. court of appeals for the district of columbia circuit’s may 1 decision not to grant a full court rehearing of the broadband title ii reclassification decision isn’t a victory for net neutrality, despite the buzz that’s been making its way around the internet. but at the same time, it’s not a defeat for it either.in reality, it’s simply a procedural action that the court recognizes that a full hearing would likely be a waste of time given that the






appeals court rejects ohio's new lethal injection process


columbus, ohio — a federal appeals court has rejected ohio's new three-drug lethal injection process as the state struggles to resume executions.the 6th u.s. circuit court of appeals in cincinnati in a 2-1 decision thursday ruled the state's proposed use of a contested sedative called midazolam (mih-day'-zoh-lam) unconstitutional.the court also said the state's decision to use two other drugs in the process that ohio abandoned years ago prevents the reintroduction of their use.the ruling is a blow to the state, which hopes to execute several condemned killers beginning next month.a spokesman for the ohio attorney general's office says options include asking for a full appeals court review or an appeal to the u.s. supreme court.






high court nominee to face daylong questioning in senate


supreme court nominee neil gorsuch faces hours of questioning from senators as frustrated democrats are determined to press him on everything from abortion and guns to his independence from president donald trump.






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appeals court backs jimmy john’s franchisee in labor dispute


minneapolis (ap) — a company that owns 10 jimmy john’s sandwich shops in the twin cities was within its rights to fire six union workers who circulated posters critical of the company’s sick-leave policy, a federal appeals court ruled monday.the full 8th u.s. circuit court of appeals reversed a three-judge appeals panel, which had affirmed a national labor relations board ruling in favor of the workers, who were part of a unionization drive by the industrial workers of the world at shops owned by miklin enterprises.the full appeals court concluded that the poster attack was “so disloyal” that it wasn’t protected by federal labor law.the posters were timed to the flu season in early 2011. they protested the company’s policy against workers calling in sick without finding replacements to tak






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eden prairie museum showcases aviation history year-round


the smell of oil filled the air in the brightly lit airplane hangar crammed with history.from a 1940s jeep to a p-51 d mustang — one of only six in the world to return home from world war ii combat in europe — the restored relics are unquestionably the main attractions at a new aviation museum in eden prairie.although air museums are closing elsewhere, the nonprofit wings of the north bucked the trend and opened a museum just over a year ago after nearly two decades of organizing the annual airexpo aviation show in eden prairie. it now showcases history year-round.“that’s what we’re all about, telling the history,” director bob jasperson said. “we don’t want this history to be lost.”the wings of the north museum, which will mark its second year this summer, is housed in an office building