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Secret Court Judge Let NSA Keep Spying Despite Concerns

HuffingtonPost.com | Matt Sledge | Posted 11.20.2013 | Politics

The top judge on the secret court that oversees the National Security Agency's surveillance activities in 2010 warned the agency that it could face cr...

PHOTOS Of Tiny Arcade And Other Unusual Gamer Records

The Huffington Post | David Moye | Posted 01.09.2013 | Weird News

Good things come in small packages for a computer buff in Canada. Back in 2009, Mark Slevinsky built the smallest arcade machine from scratch. The ...

Chronically Sick Family Was Living In A Meth Lab

Posted 06.28.2012 | Weird News

If you think getting previous tenants' mail is annoying, just try dealing with their meth lab. John and Jessie Bates and their 7-year-old son, Tyl...

Federal Judge Dismisses Election Challenge On Discrimination

AP | By NEDRA PICKLER | Posted 11.21.2011 | Politics

By Nedra Pickler, The Associated Press WASHINGTON -- A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a challenge to election monitoring for racial discrimin...

PHOTOS: Outfit-Making Necklaces In This Week's Vintage Clothing Finds

Mary Kincaid | Posted 09.16.2011 | Style
Mary Kincaid

No time to page through thousands of eBay listings? Then just sneak a peek at my weekly eBay roundup of top vintage clothing finds. This eclectic mix...

Federal Judge Raises Questions About Voting Rights Act

AP | BEN EVANS | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Wednesday questioned whether a key component of the landmark Voting Rights Act is outdated, expressing skepticis...

Al-Awlaki Decision Leaves Key Questions Unanswered

Daphne Eviatar | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Daphne Eviatar

Under what circumstances is the U.S. government allowed to target for death an individual suspected of participating in terrorism in a foreign country where we are not actively engaged in a war?

New Justice Department Push To Keep Bush Aides From Testifying

Murray Waas | Posted 07.04.2011 | Politics
Murray Waas

The Justice Department filed papers in court late Monday asking a federal judge to temporarily set aside his own order directing White House officials...

Paging Karl Rove: U.S. District Judge Sides With Congress

Dan Sweeney | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Dan Sweeney

Yesterday, Rove dismissed the Judiciary Committee's contempt recommendation as "ludicrous." Today, he continues his inexorable slide toward actually having to show up on Congress' doorstep.