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president trump may visit supreme court for justice gorsuch's investiture


he has criticized chief justice john roberts and justice ruth bader ginsburg in the past.        






former mexican president trolls trump's address


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






full text of president trump's first address to congress


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






tips justice league action run download


download download thejustice league action run is finally on mobile platforms. justice league action run is an endless runner starring the world's greatest super heroes: the justice league. run, jump and slide your way through well-known locales like gotham city, metropolis, and more. if you're a big fan of justice league action run, this is your go-to endless runner. we'll help you catch the bad guys with our justice league action run cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide.






how america's justice system is biased against the poor


you have probably heard some complaints that the american justice system is imbalanced and disproportionately affects the poor. this video makes the case for that.full story at youtube.more about justice. posted by josh urich






grunt jobs will come justice gorsuch's way at high court


washington — how do you keep a new supreme court justice's head from getting too big?start by making him take notes and answer the door at the justices' private meetings. then, remind him he speaks last at those discussions. finally, assign him the job of listening to gripes about the food at the court's cafeteria.that's what awaits neil gorsuch, who joined the supreme court on monday as the "junior justice," the freshman of the nine-member court. the menial duties for the newest justice are a part of tradition, but not a bad deal for a job that comes with lifetime tenure and the prestige of a high court seat.still, it can take all the justices a while to adjust. justice samuel alito says that when he took over as the court's rookie from justice stephen breyer in 2006, after breyer had bee






grunt jobs will come gorsuch’s way as high court junior justice – the denver pos


washington — how do you keep a new supreme court justice’s head from getting too big?start by making him take notes and answer the door at the justices’ private meetings. then, remind him he speaks last at those discussions. finally, assign him the job of listening to gripes about the food at the court’s cafeteria.that’s what awaits neil gorsuch, who joined the supreme court on monday as the “junior justice,” the freshman of the nine-member court. the menial duties for the newest justice are a part of tradition, but not a bad deal for a job that comes with lifetime tenure and the prestige of a high court seat.still, it can take all the justices a while to adjust. justice samuel alito says that when he took over as the court’s rookie from justice stephen breyer in 2006, after breyer had bee






cafeteria duty awaits gorsuch at supreme court


washington (ap) -- how do you keep a new supreme court justice’s head from getting too big?start by making him take notes and answer the door at the justices’ private meetings. then, remind him he speaks last at those discussions. finally, assign him the job of listening to gripes about the food at the court’s cafeteria.playvideocbsnhow justice neil gorsuch changes the supreme court cbs news chief white house correspondent major garrett and cbs news justice correspondent jan crawford discuss the impact justice neil gorsuch wi... that’s what awaits neil gorsuch, who joined the supreme court on monday as its newest member. gorsuch is now the “junior justice,” the freshman of the nine-member court. and that designation comes with some special duties.the junior justice jobs are tradition, but






google.org is committing $11.5 million to racial justice


there is generally a lack of data in the criminal justice system. at the national level, for example, there is very little data about police behavior and criminal sentencing. that’s why google.org is re-upping its commitment to racial justice through its $11.5 million in new grant money to ten racial justice organizations. this comes after google.org awarded $3 million to organizations working to advance racial justice last year.in determining to which organizations to provide grant money, google.org was looking for ones with an “explicit focus on trying to reduce racial disparity in the criminal justice system,” google.org principal justin steele told techcrunch. once google.org identified those types of organizations, the next step was to determine which ones were most innovative and imp






'pendulum' will swing back, says supreme court judge


supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg says the us is "not experiencing the best of times" - but the "pendulum" will swing back. speaking in a rare interview with olly lambert for bbc newsnight, justice ginsburg also reiterated the importance of the free press. justice ginsburg was attending the final dress rehearsal of dead man walking at the kennedy center in washington, dc - an opera looking at the moral ambiguity of the death penalty in america. justice ginsburg was nominated by bill clinton and is regarded as a liberal.






a look at locales and money under justice dept scrutiny


grants made in fiscal year 2016 now targeted by the justice department's threat to pull money from california and local communities that don't prove they allow local law enforcement to share information with federal immigration authorities about those in their custody:— california: $18,244,126— chicago/cook county: $2,333,428— clark county, nevada: $975,604— miami-dade county, florida: $481,347— milwaukee county, wisconsin: $937,932— orleans parish, louisiana: $265,832— new york city: $4,298,245— philadelphia, pennsylvania: $1,677,937source: department of justice, office of justice programs






senate confirms neil gorsuch as supreme court justice


his confirmation completes a 419-day odyssey that began with the death of justice antonin scalia.       






the surprising place aquaman sits on the dceu timeline


bruce wayne wants gotham to crossover with the flash. jughead teases an even weirder season two for riverdale. real person stephen amell says to never expect a musical episode of arrow. plus, netflix’s castlevania show gets a gloriously retro poster, justice league dark director rumors, and new doctor who pictures. spoilers now!aquamanlongtime dc comics movie producer charles roven has reconfirmed to cinema blend that aquaman will not be a prequel to the events of justice league but will instead be set after it:aquaman will make reference [to justice league]. there will be some reference of something that preceded aquaman that will be in aquaman. i believe that is the intention.... james [wan] definitely knows where he’s going with [aquaman], and that movie takes place in a world where jus






justice kennedy not retiring for at least another year


supreme court justice anthony kennedy’s retirement most likely won’t come until next year at the earliest. speculation as to kennedy’s intentions has been mounting, but an npr report released saturday said that the justice had no plans of leaving the supreme court before the next term starts in 2018. kennedy, who turns 81 in july, is…






neil gorsuch sworn in as supreme court justice


donald trump welcomed all of the sitting justices on the supreme court to the white house rose garden for the swearing in of neil gorsuch to be his first supreme court justice.in remarks before justice anthony kennedy administered the judicial oath to gorsuch, mr. trump nodded to the idea some hold that “the most important thing a president does is appoint great people to the supreme court,” adding, “and i got it done in the first 100 days.”after he took the oath, gorsuch thanked colleagues and family and said he was honored “to have my mentor here,” in reference to kennedy, who, he noted, was swearing him in, “as he did for me 11 years ago when i became a circuit judge.” gorsuch clerked for kennedy in 1993.playvideocbsnhow justice neil gorsuch changes the supreme court cbs news chief whit






one year after turkish coup, search for justice roils nation


maltepe, turkey—as turkey prepares nationwide commemorations marking last year’s failed military coup, the country is divided over a single word—justice—and where to find it.for nearly a month, kemal kilicdaroglu, leader of the main opposition republican people’s party, or chp, has been seeking justice along state road d100. his protest...






cases, but also cafeteria duty, await gorsuch at high court


washington — how do you keep a new supreme court justice's head from getting too big?start by making him take notes and answer the door at the justices' private meetings. then, remind him he speaks last at those discussions. finally, assign him the job of listening to gripes about the food at the court's cafeteria.that's what awaits neil gorsuch, who joined the supreme court on monday as the "junior justice," the freshman of the nine-member court. the menial duties for the newest justice are a part of tradition, but not a bad deal for a job that comes with lifetime tenure and the prestige of a high court seat.still, it can take all the justices a while to adjust. justice samuel alito says that when he took over as the court's rookie from justice stephen breyer in 2006, after breyer had bee






cases, but also cafeteria duty, await gorsuch at high court


washington (ap) — how do you keep a new supreme court justice’s head from getting too big?start by making him take notes and answer the door at the justices’ private meetings. then, remind him he speaks last at those discussions. finally, assign him the job of listening to gripes about the food at the court’s cafeteria.that’s what awaits neil gorsuch, who joined the supreme court on monday as the “junior justice,” the freshman of the nine-member court. the menial duties for the newest justice are a part of tradition, but not a bad deal for a job that comes with lifetime tenure and the prestige of a high court seat.still, it can take all the justices a while to adjust. justice samuel alito says that when he took over as the court’s rookie from justice stephen breyer in 2006, after breyer ha






threat of justice kennedy retirement leaves washington on edge


as the supreme court prepares to give its final opinions of its nine-month term on monday, fear in washington continues to grow concerning justice anthony kennedy’s potential retirement. the justice, who will celebrate his 81st birthday in july, has been at the epicenter of retirement rumors for months now, and sources close to kennedy recently told…






'pendulum' will swing back, says supreme court judge


supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg says the us is "not experiencing the best of times" - but the "pendulum" will swing back. speaking in a rare interview with olly lambert for bbc newsnight, justice ginsburg also reiterated the importance of the free press. justice ginsburg was attending the final dress rehearsal of dead man walking at the kennedy center in washington, dc - an opera looking at the moral ambiguity of the death penalty in america. justice ginsburg was nominated by bill clinton and is regarded as a liberal.trump supreme court pick: why is the us top court so important?






evening forecast: rain turning to snow


justice neil gorsuch thanks those who helped become a supreme court justice, including president donald trump, during a white house ceremony.






henry cavill on the secrets of superman's return in 'justice league'


by now it’s likely not a spoiler to reveal that “justice league” includes the return of superman, who sacrificed himself to save humanity at the end of 2016’s “batman v superman: dawn of justice.” that film, which was generally regarded as overly dark and somewhat unwieldy, gave audiences a version of superman (henry cavill) that felt morose and off-base from the comic books. here, filmmaker zack snyder — as well as joss whedon, who stepped in to direct the re-shoots — uses “justice league” as a chance to reestablish the character.“he’s definitely different from previous incarnations,” cavill says, speaking a few weeks ago during the “justice league” press junket here. “i feel like this is the natural progression from the end of ‘man of steel’ into what he is now. this is a rebirth of the






trump: i planned to fire comey regardless of justice department recommendation


statement contradicts assertions that firing was based on justice department report.        






justice declines to confirm white house claim that trump is not under investigat


washington – with questions still swirling over president donald trump's unsubstantiated claims that he was wiretapped on orders of president barack obama, the justice department on thursday declined to confirm statements a day earlier from the white house that trump was not the target of a counterintelligence investigation.officials also said the white house had not relied on any information from the justice department in offering a statement denying the existence of an investigation.the white house spokesman, sean spicer, told reporters on wednesday that "there is no reason to believe there is any type of investigation with respect to the department of justice" or " that the president is the target of any investigation whatsoever."but a justice department official, speaking on condition






senate confirms neil gorsuch as next supreme court justice


gorsuch's confirmation completes a 419-day odyssey that began with the death of justice antonin scalia.       






senate set to confirm neil gorsuch as next supreme court justice


gorsuch's confirmation will complete a 419-day odyssey that began with the death of justice antonin scalia.       






rally at capitol scheduled for day yanez verdict is delivered


supporters and friends of philando castile plan to hold a 7 p.m. rally at the capitol the day a verdict is delivered in the trial of st. anthony police officer jeronimo yanez.“while we hope for a guilty verdict, we also know that justice has been denied in countless families in this same position,” read a press release announcing the #justice4philando rally. “if yanez is found guilty, the verdict will be celebrated as a victory for justice that was won only because the world demanded it.“if the jury fails to return a guilty verdict, this case will serve as the latest proof that the so-called justice system refuses to deliver justice to victims of police terror.”numerous groups have pledged to attend, including black lives matter twin cities metro, communities united against police brutalit






rod rosenstein, deputy attorney general, defends justice department in wake of t


"in this department, justice is our name. and justice is our mission," deputy attorney general rod rosenstein said.        






report: special counsel mueller investigating trump for obstruction of justice


the obstruction of justice investigation began shortly after comey firing, the washington post reports.        






rally at capitol scheduled for day yanez verdict is delivered


supporters and friends of philando castile plan to hold a 7 p.m. rally at the capitol the day a verdict is delivered in the trial of st. anthony police officer jeronimo yanez.“while we hope for a guilty verdict, we also know that justice has been denied in countless families in this same position,” read a press release announcing the #justice4philando rally. “if yanez is found guilty, the verdict will be celebrated as a victory for justice, that was won only because the world demanded it.”“if the jury fails to return a guilty verdict, this case will serve as the latest proof that the so-called justice system refuses to deliver justice to victims of police terror.”numerous groups have pledged to attend, including black lives matter twin cities metro, communities united against police brutal






turkey's justice minister slams protest by opposition leader


istanbul — turkey's justice minister has slammed the leader of the main opposition party for statements protesting the imprisonment of a lawmaker.in a statement friday, justice minister bekir bozdag said kemal kilicdaroglu, head of the secular republican people's party, was committing a crime by "targeting, defaming and threatening" members of the judiciary.kilicdaroglu has said wednesday's 25-year sentence for parliamentarian enis berberoglu on espionage charges was "unjust" and alleged the judiciary was influenced by the government.kilicdaroglu and supporters launched a 265-mile "march for justice" thursday from the capital to the prison where berberoglu is being held.bozdag emphasized the independence of the turkish judiciary and legal mechanisms available to appeal. he said, "justice i






state tax liens show a justice company owing $1m


charleston, w.va. (ap) — court records show west virginia tax department officials have filed four new liens for almost $1 million against tams management inc., one of the coal companies owned by gov. jim justice and his family.the charleston gazette-mail reports that the liens are for unpaid severance taxes for mining coal and unpaid reclamation taxes for cleaning up abandoned mine sites.records on file at the kanawha county courthouse show tams management owes the state nearly $972,000 for taxes, interest and penalties.in a statement, an attorney for james c. justice companies inc. tells the newspaper that tams management remains committed to honoring all its tax obligations.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.as governor, justice has turned over coal company operat






‘this soup is very salty’: three hazing rituals await rookie justice neil gorsuc


no one could have known it at the time, but at the end of last summer, justice elena kagan gave neil gorsuch a face-to-face tutorial on what it means to be the supreme court’s newest justice.it starts in the kitchen.“i’ve been on the cafeteria committee for six years. (justice) steve breyer was on the cafeteria committee for 13 years,” kagan said at a colorado event where she was being interviewed by gorsuch and timothy tymkovich, chief judge of the u.s. court of appeals for the 10th circuit.gorsuch and tymkovich both were on president donald trump’s list of potential supreme court nominees at the time, and it just so happened that they asked what it was like to be the most junior justice.kagan is a storyteller, and knows this is a topic that audiences usually eat up, so she played it for






firefighter in critical condition after justice blaze


a firefighter with the roberts park fire protection district was in critical condition in the burn unit at loyola university medical center following a fire wednesday in justice.a spokeswoman for the hospital confirmed the firefighter is being treated in the intensive care unit there.firefighters with the district were reportedly at the scene at about 10:45 a.m. battling fire in [email protected] @mnolan_j






justice elena kagan tells neil gorsuch that it all starts in the kitchen – the d


no one could have known it at the time, but at the end of last summer, justice elena kagan gave neil gorsuch a face-to-face tutorial on what it means to be the supreme court’s newest justice.it starts in the kitchen.“i’ve been on the cafeteria committee for six years. (justice) steve breyer was on the cafeteria committee for 13 years,” kagan said at a colorado event where she was being interviewed by gorsuch and timothy tymkovich, chief judge of the u.s. court of appeals for the 10th circuit.gorsuch and tymkovich both were on president donald trump’s list of potential supreme court nominees at the time, and it just so happened that they asked what it was like to be the most junior justice.kagan is a storyteller, and knows this is a topic that audiences usually eat up, so she played it for






oklahoma supreme court justice joseph watt plans to retire


oklahoma city (ap) — oklahoma supreme court justice joseph watt plans to retire at the end of the year after 25 years on the state’s highest court.the 70-year-old watt announced his retirement, effective on dec. 31, in a letter to gov. mary fallin on monday.former gov. david walters appointed watt to the supreme court on may 17, 1992, and he has served two terms as chief justice, from 2003 until 2007.a native of altus, watt was appointed to a special district judge’s seat in jackson county in 1985 and was elected associate district judge in 1986.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.fallin will appoint a new justice to the nine-member court from among three nominees chosen by the judicial nominating commission. the appointment will be fallins’ second to the court follow






here's everything we know about the justice league movie


it’s been a long wait for dc comics fans, but the live-action justice league film is finally happening.warner bros. pictures’ superhero universe has brought in the bucks, but hasn’t had the easiest time of it on the big screen, with controversy and polarizing debate accompanying the first three installments of the studio’s cinematic franchise: man of steel, batman v superman: dawn of justice, and suicide squad. however, the studio is hoping the fourth time’s the charm.helmed by man of steel and batman v superman director zack snyder, justice league brings back the latter film’s trio of ben affleck as batman, henry cavill as superman, and gal gadot as wonder woman. they’re joined by a squadron of dc favorites who made brief appearances in batman v. superman.more:everything we know about mar