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John Elwood reviews yesterday’s relists. For the first time during October Term 2017, we have had a week off between Supreme Court conferences. That’s great – everyone has had a little more time to chi–ll–ax and focus on what really matters. But now it’s Tuesday and the...

President Trump’s four-month worldwide ban on refugees ended Tuesday, officials said, as his administration prepared to unveil tougher new screening procedures, the Associated Press reports. Under an executive order Trump signed this year, the U.S. temporary halted admissions for refugees from all countries, with some...

The Justice Department has issued new guidelines aimed at providing more transparency around prosecutors’ secret demands for customer data stored on tech firms’ servers. The guidance approved by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein ends the routine imposition of gag orders barring companies from telling customers...