Terrorism

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Privacy Law

Secret warrant from intelligence court reportedly authorized Yahoo email scans

Internet Law

Service of process via Twitter is allowed in suit against Kuwaiti man accused of funding ISIS

Terrorism

Congress votes to override veto of bill allowing families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia

Criminal Justice

ACLU says it is representing bombing suspect Rahami after he was denied right to lawyer

Law Firms

Federal judge says it’s ‘outrageous’ that BigLaw firm sent associate to court

Criminal Justice

Bombing suspect is charged in two federal courts; he was questioned without lawyer, PD says

Terrorism

Trump complains that bombing suspect will get ‘outstanding lawyer’

Terrorism

Police shoot man wanted in bombing investigation; family members once alleged anti-Muslim bias

Terrorism

Congress approves bill allowing families of Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia

Terrorism

Lawyers are among the dead in suicide bombing outside Pakistan courthouse

Legal Ethics

Former Justice Department lawyer is censured for telling journalist about wiretap program

Terrorism

Law professor is among those killed in attack on American University of Afghanistan

Internet Law

Judge rules Twitter is protected from liability lawsuit over ISIS propaganda

ABA Annual Meeting

How should the United States balance border security and human rights?

ABA Annual Meeting

FBI director: Fix clashes between privacy, public safety with ‘robust conversation,’ not litigation

Terrorism

What makes a criminal act terrorism? The definition broadens

Constitutional Law

Trump’s policies would be unconstitutional and will be challenged if adopted, ACLU says

Legal Ethics

Censure recommended for lawyer who leaked info on warrantless wiretap program to New York Times

Criminal Justice

Inmate is accused of plotting murder of federal judge overseeing his terrorism case

Criminal Justice

Research shows ‘striking parallels’ between motivations for mass attacks and domestic violence
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