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Yesterday the court removed securities-fraud case Leidos, Inc. v. Indiana Public Retirement System from the November argument calendar. At Bloomberg, Greg Stohr reports that the move came “after the two sides told the justices they are near a settlement,” and that the case had “asked...

The petition of the day is: Dawson v. Steager 17-419 Issue: Whether the Supreme Court’s precedent and the doctrine of intergovernmental tax immunity bar states from exempting groups of state retirees from state income tax while discriminating against similarly situated federal retirees based on the source of their...

Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, on Capitol Hill in Washington on June 20. (Aaron P. Bernstein/Reuters) Last week, President Trump tweeted: With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License?...

Most speech is protected against criminal punishment, or civil liability; but some such otherwise protected speech can still lead to administrative discipline from public K-12 schools: Speech may lead to discipline because it seriously risks material disruption of school work (that’s the Tinker exception). It may lead...