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Full 2nd Circ. Won’t Take Up Challenge To No-Fly Suit Ruling

A group of Muslim immigrants who said they were placed on the no-fly list for refusing to work as government informants won a victory Thursday at the Second Circuit, when all but three judges agreed not to reconsider an appeal panel’s earlier decision to send the case back to district court…

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Manafort Voided Plea Deal By Lying To Mueller, Judge Rules

Former Donald Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort lied to Special Counsel Robert Mueller and other federal investigators, violating a plea deal he signed last year promising to truthfully assist authorities, a D.C. federal judge ruled Wednesday…

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Yale Aids Sexual Misconduct By Frats, Title IX Suit Says

Yale University has facilitated fraternity-related sexual misconduct and has failed to provide a safe educational environment for women and non-binary individuals, violating state and federal anti-discrimination laws, a group of female students alleged Tuesday in a proposed class action in Connecticut federal court…

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CBS Execs Sold $200M In Stock As #MeToo Hit Co.: Investors

Several executives at CBS Corp., including ex-CEO Leslie Moonves, sold more than $200 million of company stock before its price began to tank amid reports of widespread workplace sexual harassment, including by Moonves, investors alleged in a consolidated class action filed Monday in New York federal court.

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‘Days’ Numbered? Sony Trying To Kill Soap, Producer Says

Sony Pictures Television Inc. is trying to kill off “Days of our Lives” to boost its own long-running soap opera, “The Young and the Restless,” the producer of the six-decade-old show alleged in a suit filed Monday in California state court seeking at least $20 million in damages…

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Ex-Trump Aide Sues Over NDA Blocking White House Memoir

Clifford Sims signed a nondisclosure agreement when he worked on Donald Trump’s campaign for president, but that conflicts with his First Amendment right to publish a memoir about his later work as a White House official, the former aide argued Monday in D.C. federal court…

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