"Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily; Top secret court order requiring Verizon to hand over all call data shows scale of domestic surveillance under Obama."
Columnist Glenn Greenwald has this front page article
in Thursday's edition of The Guardian (UK).
"Sonoma takes unexpected stand on Drakes Bay Oyster Co."
The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa, California has this report
"Schools not obligated legally to protect students from each other, appeals court rules":
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review has a news update
that begins, "Public schools don't have a 'special relationship' with students that would make them legally obligated to protect students from each other, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in a 10-4 decision upholding a ruling in a Beaver County case."
And The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has a news update headlined "Federal appeals court: Schools aren't liable for bullies."
You can access today's en banc ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit at this link.
"Some morning-after over-counter pill sales allowed":
The Associated Press has a report
that begins, "A New York appeals court is allowing some emergency contraception pills to be sold without a prescription or age restrictions while the government argues the issue in court."
And Bloomberg News reports that "Two-Dose Contraceptive Must Be Made Available to All Ages."
Michelle Olsen has posted a copy of today's order of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit at this link.
Update: In other coverage, at "SCOTUSblog," Lyle Denniston has a post titled "'Plan B' access ordered."
"The Supreme Court Fails the Fourth Amendment Test: What all the justices don't understand about police investigations."
Law professor Barry Friedman
has this jurisprudence essay
online at Slate.
"Lawyer: Iowa judge acts as 'prosecutor-in-chief.'"
Today's edition of The Des Moines Register contains an article
that begins, "One of Iowa's most prominent federal judges is accused of improperly playing the role of 'prosecutor-in-chief' in criminal cases by ordering the U.S. Attorney's Office to provide evidence that can result in longer prison sentences, court records show."
The article dominates the front page of today's newspaper.
"Illinois Governor Gets 30 Days to Review Concealed Carry Law":
Bloomberg News has this report
"President Obama: Court push is about process, not politics."
Josh Gerstein of Politico.com has this report
And Nan Aron has an essay titled "Nominations show democracy on trial in Senate."
"Obama poised to make mark on the judiciary":
Richard Wolf and David Jackson have this news analysis
in today's edition of USA Today.
"Make Patent Trolls Pay in Court":
In today's edition of The New York Times, Federal Circuit
Chief Judge Randall R. Rader
and law professors Colleen V. Chien
and David Hricik
have this op-ed
"Complaint: Judge's Death Penalty Remarks Show Racial Bias."
Brandi Grissom of The Texas Tribune has an article
that begins, "A federal appellate judge from Texas is facing a judicial misconduct complaint over comments she made regarding race and the death penalty during a speech."
In today's edition of The New York Times, Ethan Bronner reports that "Complaint Accuses U.S. Judge in Texas of Racial Bias."
And The San Antonio Express-News reports that "Complaint alleges federal judge is prejudiced, biased."
Update: In other coverage, Bloomberg News reports that "Texas Judge Accused of Misconduct for Remarks on Race."
"Southcom general has nothing to offer Guantanamo hunger strikers":
Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald has this report