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Recent articles by Richard:

Supreme Court deals blow to Wall Street whistle-blowers with unanimous ruling

Blowing the whistle on corporate wrongdoing can lead to retaliation, but employees must notify the Securities & Exchange Commission to win protection. → Read More

Supreme Court won't hear challenge to California's waiting period for gun purchases

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court refused Tuesday to hear a challenge to California's 10-day waiting period for gun purchases, the second longest in the nation. The Supreme Court refused Tuesday to hear a challenge to California's 10-day waiting period for gun purchases. Rich Pedroncelli, AP As the national debate over guns intensified following last week's school shooting in Florida that killed 17… → Read More

Supreme Court won't hear challenge to California's waiting period for gun purchases

Gun control efforts are galvanizing the nation again, but the Supreme Court is remaining silent. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

8 key revelations from Mueller's latest indictment

The latest indictment shows a wide range of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. → Read More

Takeaways from Robert Mueller's indictment of Russian nationals who meddled in presidential election

Russians set up fake campaign accounts, organizations and colluded with Americans to interfere in 2016 election, the indictment shows. → Read More

Warning signs for suspect in Florida school shooting: When can police act?

Federal, state and local officials wrestled with a troubling issue after the Florida shooting: When can they intervene to stop a potential attack? → Read More

Trump's 87 picks to be federal judges are 92% white with just one black and one Hispanic nominee

President Trump's nominees for federal judgeships are overwhelmingly white, which hasn't happened for 30 years. → Read More

Supreme Court on the verge of reversing some of its old decisions

Supreme Court precedents that have stood the test of time for generations are in danger of falling like dominoes in the next few months. → Read More

Who makes final call on WH staff background checks? Not the FBI

The FBI does the footwork when it comes to security clearances for White House officials, but it doesn't make the final decision. → Read More

Supreme Court on the verge of reversing some of its old decisions

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court precedents that have stood the test of time for generations are in danger of falling like dominoes in the next few months. First on the chopping block is a 1977 ruling that allowed public employee unions to collect fees from non-members for collective bargaining. The court's conservative justices have been itching to overrule that unanimous decision for decades. Next… → Read More

Supreme Court on the verge of reversing some of its old decisions

The Supreme Court appears poised to overrule some of its own precedents in the coming months. WASHINGTON – Supreme Court precedents that have stood the test of time for generations are in danger of falling like dominoes in the next few months. First on the chopping block is a 1977 ruling that allowed public employee unions to collect fees from non-members for collective bargaining. The court's… → Read More

Anti-union challengers are on the verge of victory at Supreme Court

Four workers from California and Illinois have reached the pinnacle of their challenge to public employee unions at the Supreme Court. → Read More

Anti-union challengers are on the verge of victory at Supreme Court

WASHINGTON — Dianne Knox describes herself as "a child of the '60s." Pam Harris grew up a butcher's daughter in a proud union household. Rebecca Friedrichs was secretary of her local teachers' union. Mark Janus supports the rights of workers to organize. But as the lead plaintiffs in four successive Supreme Court cases challenging the power of public employee unions, Knox, Harris, Friedrichs and… → Read More