Two recent Supreme Court rulings represent the latest examples of the its tendency to defend individuals' right to privacy — even when they are violating the law. The justices are skeptical of government power and concerned about the rapid development of increasingly intrusive technology.
President Donald Trump's decision to pardon conservative author Dinesh D'Souza and mull pardons for Martha Stewart and former Ohio Gov. Rod Blagojevich are raising questions about whether he is sending a message regarding the Russia probe. (May 31)
HOUSTON (Reuters) – In an empty lot where Vincent Shields’ Houston home once stood, he points out properties whose owners were driven out after Hurricane Harvey inundated the region last summer.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump on Thursday pardoned a conservative commentator and said he was considering pardoning lifestyle maven Martha Stewart and commuting a former Illinois governor’s prison sentence, prompting critics to accuse him of subverting the rule of law.
There has been a significant rise in accidental deaths, homicides and suicides among young people across the United States, and experts are calling it a wake-up call.
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There are multiple explanations for President Donald Trump’s latest pardon storm but they are all rooted in a defining character trait — his relish for wielding unchecked power.