"The New Racism: This is how the civil rights movement ends."
Jason Zengerle will have this cover story
in the August 25, 2014 issue of The New Republic.
"Emmert says NCAA will appeal O'Bannon ruling":
The Associated Press has this report
"Admitting-privileges laws have created high hurdle for abortion providers to clear":
Sandhya Somashekhar will have this article
in Monday's edition of The Washington Post.
And Monday's edition of The New York Times will contain a related editorial titled "A Judge Rules for Alabama Women on Abortion."
"90 years on, push for ERA ratification continues":
David Crary of The Associated Press has this report
"Partisan divide seen in federal judges' Obamacare votes; Appointees of Democrats, Republicans act predictably in health care law court challenges":
Tom Howell Jr. of The Washington Times has this report
And in related blog commentary, Friday at "The Volokh Conspiracy," Jonathan H. Adler had a post titled "Debunking Weiner's 'En Bunk.'"
And in response at "Balkinization," Rob Weiner later on Friday had a post titled "En Bunk Redux."
"Former Sea Dogs catcher battered but far from broken; A violent confrontation on the field of play in 2007 ended John Nathans' major-league dreams; Vindicated by the courts, he practices law now -- and feels right at home": This front page article
appears in today's edition of The Portland (Me.) Press-Herald.
"Federal judge arrested in Atlanta; accused of assaulting wife":
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has this news update
And The Associated Press reports that "Alabama federal judge Mark Fuller arrested in Atlanta."
The official Federal Judicial Center biography for U.S. District Judge Mark E. Fuller of the Middle District of Alabama can be accessed here, while the judge's Wikipedia entry is at this link.
"Patrick's legacy: a more diverse Supreme Judicial Court."
Columnist Joan Vennochi has this op-ed
in today's edition of The Boston Globe.
"Despite Failure, Campaign to Oust Tennessee Justices Keeps Conservatives Hopeful":
Alan Blinder has this article
today in The New York Times.
And today at his "Jost On Justice" blog, Kenneth Jost has a post titled "In Tennessee, Justices Win by Playing Game."