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This is the second time Young has brought his appeal before the 11th Circuit, which initially reversed and remanded for further proceedings.

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that an Arizona-based, for-profit Christian university breached contractual obligations by failing to provide a doctoral student with the necessary requirements to complete their degree program. Read more»

The former president has not contested an order that lets the Justice Department continue using the seized documents in their investigation.

The Supreme Court declined on Thursday to get involved in a legal battle over classified documents recovered from the home of former President Donald Trump, clearing the way for the criminal investigation now underway into Trump’s retention of government records. Read more»

U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie, who is tasked with reviewing the materials uncovered in the FBI raid, released his case management plan on Thursday following the 11th Circuit decision.

Former President Trump’s court battle over records he claims to have declassified was dealt another blow by the Eleventh Circuit this week, and some legal experts doubt the former president will get the legal recourse he seeks. Read more»

Even if the court rules that there was no breach of contract, Webb claims that the covenant of good faith and fair dealing can still be violated under Arizona law.

The 11th Circuit heard oral arguments Thursday over whether Grand Canyon University - a for-profit university based in Phoenix - misleads students into believing they can get a doctorate degree after completing just 60 credit hours. Read more»

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley during a May 10 press conference. Bentley put his pen to H.B. 56, Alabama’s harsh anti-immigration law, on June 9.

Alabama's H.B. 56 has made the state deeply inhospitable to all immigrants. As U.W. Clemon, Alabama’s first black federal judge, recently put it: In Alabama, “the Hispanic man is the new Negro. … It’s a sad thing to say.” Read more» 5

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley speaks to the press in May. Bentley signed Alabama's new immigration legislation into law on June 9.

A federal appeals court panel has blocked Alabama from enforcing some controversial provisions of its new immigration law, in response to requests from the U.S. Justice Department and a coalition of human rights groups. Read more» 1