On this page: Overview Under the law, victims of Federal crimes such as antitrust violations are entitled to certain rights. Theserights include the rightto reasonable, accurate, and timely notice of any public court proceeding involving the ... United States Department of Justice, 1 week ago
President Obama's school-bathroom policy is under fire in an Illinois case that has 51 families seeking injunctive relief from having their daughters forced to share locker rooms and other facilities with boys. A suburban Chicago school district ...WorldNetDaily, 2 months ago 51 families declare war on Obama's bathroom rules WorldNetDaily, 2 months ago
I n autumn of 2012, the code of silence was very much in the news in Chicago. The trial of the civil suit brought against the city by Karolina Obrycka, the bartender struck and kicked by off-duty Officer Anthony Abbate in 2007, was unfolding before ...The Intercept, 2 weeks ago
This page provides information on legislation that has been introduced and falls under the jurisdiction of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Bill ID Official Short To designate the Federal building and United States courthouse ...U.S. Senate Environment Committee, 3 weeks ago
This page provides information on legislation that has been introduced and falls under the jurisdiction of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Bill ID Official Short A bill to designate the Federal building and United States ...U.S. Senate Environment Committee, 1 month ago
CHICAGO (Tribune News Service) — Sitting in a car outside the Joliet Armory last year, then-National Guard specialist Hasan Edmonds stroked his chin and calmly sipped a soda as he described how a terror plot on the base would be most effective if ...Stars and Stripes, 1 month ago Ex-National Guard soldier given 30-year prison sentence for terror plot on armory Stars and Stripes, 1 month ago First of 2 cousins given 21 years for terror plot on Joliet armory Stars and Stripes, 1 month ago
Smiling, laughing and occasionally thrusting his arms aloft, a man accused of trying to set off a bomb outside a Chicago bar in an alleged terrorist plot told a federal judge on Friday that he believes the government is going to behead him because ...Stars and Stripes, 2 months ago
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