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Google’s fabric case for Pixel 2 is my favorite accessory in years

Google’s fabric case for the Pixel 2 is expensive and maybe not the most practical, but it sure is a joy to use. When it comes to materials used on phones these days, things have gotten pretty boring. More manufacturers are opting for glass and metal than ever before, and while this does make phones more “premium” in some people’s eyes, it comes at the expense of devices that all end up looking and feeling the same after a while. Becuase of this trend, I immediately fell in love with…

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Key dates in the bribery case against Sen. Bob Menendez

Key dates in the bribery investigation and trial of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat: – November 2012: After a story appears on a conservative website, federal authorizes investigate rumors that Menendez and Florida ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen consorted with prostitutes at Melgen’s home in the Dominican Republic. Three women later recant and say they were paid to make the false claims. Menendez wins re-election to the Senate and is named chair of the Foreign Relations Committee. – January 2013: As the probe widens to … Read the referenced story…

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Judge Sides With Philadelphia in ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Case

A federal judge Wednesday blocked the U.S. government from withholding a major grant that pays for public safety equipment because Philadelphia is a “sanctuary city.” U.S. District Judge Michael Baylson said in his decision that he weighed the public interest and possible harm that could come from withholding such funds. “Both the federal government and the city of Philadelphia have important interests at stake here, and the court does not minimize either of their concerns,” the judge wrote. “In this case, given Philadelphia’s unique approach to meshing the legitimate needs…

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Trump Collusion Case Is Not Getting the Clinton Treatment

Andrew McCarthy, NROIn July 2016, the Obama administration announced its decision not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for felony mishandling of classified information and destruction of government files. In the aftermath, I observed that there is a very aggressive way that the Justice Department and the FBI go about their business when they are trying to make a case — one profoundly different from the way they went about the Clinton emails investigation. There, they tried not to make the case. That observation bears repeating today, as we watch Special Counsel…

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Justice Kennedy's opinion in 2015 case looms in U.S. travel ban fight

Top Stories: WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Justice Anthony Kennedy’s legal reasoning in a little-noticed 2015 U.S. Supreme Court immigration ruling could play a pivotal role in deciding the fate of President Donald Trump’s travel ban if the high court eventually decides the matter. Justice Kennedy’s opinion in 2015 case looms in U.S. travel ban fight

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