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Rock Band's Court Win Bodes Well for Redskins

Rock Band's Court Win Bodes Well for Redskins

The Redskins , for one, were "thrilled" with the results of the Supreme Court decision , according to a statement released by Redskins attorney Lisa Blatt . That case, before a federal appeals court in Richmond, had been on hold while the Supreme Court considered the Slants case. During the Obama administration, the U.S.



Voluntary evacuations ordered as 850-acre wildfire burns in Big Bear

The weather in Big Bear is 85 degrees Monday afternoon with 10% relative humidity. It's burning through heavy timber, tall grass and chaparral, fire officials said . The Pacific Crest hiking trail (PCT) at Hwy 18 to Van Dusen Road is also closed. Doble Trail and Tanglewood Group campgrounds were both closed. Holcomb Valley Road - also known as 3N16 - is closed between Highway 18 and Van Dusen Canyon Road - also known as 3N09.


SCOTUS To Take On Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case

SCOTUS To Take On Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case

The justices will hear the case in the fall. The Supreme Court has taken a look at a number of gerrymandering cases over the years. Wisconsin Gov. But Wisconsin officials defended the legislature's work and called on the justices to undo the lower-court ruling. Court observers say Justice Anthony Kennedy is the one to watch.


Supreme Court holds up on redrawing WI districts

Supreme Court holds up on redrawing WI districts

The ruling was the first time in over three decades that a federal court invalidated a redistricting plan for partisan bias. HARRISBURG - Standing in the rotunda of the state Capitol Thursday afternoon, Robert Smith, a Luzerne County resident, said that before the 20...



United States shoots down Syrian warplane

The truce that went into effect Saturday came after some of the worst fighting in months between rebels and pro-government forces. The U.S. military confirmed that one of its F-18 Super Hornets shot down a Syrian SU-22 jet in the southern Raqqa countryside after it dropped bombs on U.S.


Tiger Woods receiving professional help to manage meds

Tiger Woods receiving professional help to manage meds

Woods was arrested on May 28 after Jupiter, Florida, police say the golfing legend asleep behind the wheel of his Mercedes-Benz. In the tweet, Woods thanked "everyone for the wonderful outpouring of support and understanding". Woods' statement comes after a gossip site reported the 14-time major victor had entered rehab for prescription medication addiction. Woods was spotted in public with his children on the weekend, as he celebrated Father's Day in the United States.