It's forcing them to weigh the possibility of extended airtime in front of conservative audiences who could be impressed against possibly alienating some of their own party's primary voters, who don't want to encourage what they see as the network's overly sympathetic relationship to the Trump administration and other Republican causes. … [Read more...] about Town hall on enemy turf? Fox News debate divides 2020 Dems
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The other lawyer said it’s possible that discovery would be allowed into conversations that took place before Trump became president. “There you might have a better shot at saying those conversations were not covered by executive privilege,” the lawyer told the Washington Examiner. “But Trump can say, 1) it’s irrelevant, and 2) it would be so ridiculously intrusive that you can’t do it.” … [Read more...] about Will Trump assert executive privilege in travel ban trials? Seattle judge lets case proceed
While such conflicts presumably exist at many of the nation’s big-name law firms, U.S. District Judge Robert Jones said he was persuaded by a letter he received from the president of Zpizza that screening efforts by the firm weren’t sufficient. The president, Sid Fanarof, wrote the judge saying he gave confidential information to a Fox lawyer that could help Seleznev. … [Read more...] about Federal judge axes Fox Rothschild in hacking case because firm represented a claimed victim company
The Seattle City Council on Monday passed a plan to tax businesses making at least $20 million in gross revenues about $275 per full-time worker each year. That “head tax” is estimated to raise about $48 million -- which authorities are marking for housing and homeless services. … [Read more...] about Seattle’s new ‘head tax’ blasted by city’s mega-corporations
The executive order, signed Jan. 27, cited national security as a reason for banning entry of all refugees to the country for 120 days and banning entry of nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days. The order, which took effect immediately, caused widespread confusion at airports as travelers with valid visas—some with green cards—were detained, sent home or pressured to voluntarily relinquish their visas. It sparked worldwide protests and more than 40 court cases, including the case before the 9th Circuit. … [Read more...] about Why might 9th Circuit judge have requested en banc rehearing vote on immigration order?