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  • Train with the greatest: Muhammad Ali’s training camp now open

    Fighter’s Heaven training camp in Pennsylvania welcomed its first visitors Saturday. DEER LAKE, Pa. — The rustic Pennsylvania training camp where Muhammad Ali prepared for some of his most famous fights has undergone an elaborate restoration, opening to the public Saturday as a shrine to the heavyweight icon’s life and career. The famed Deer Lake camp was in disrepair when California real estate investor Mike Madden bought it shortly after Ali died in June 2016 at age 74. Madden, son of retired...

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • Drone Training For Firefighters Includes Full-Scale Train Fire Scenario

    Firefighting officials from as far away as California and Georgia converged on southern Colorado this week to take part in a yearly drone training exercise.

  • Virgin Trains app gives real-time updates on delayed and cancelled trains

    Staff and passengers promised instant updates on disruption and alternative journey possibilities

    The Independent
  • Fox's Mollie Hemingway: Law enforcement treated Trump like he was "beneath the law"

    STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Meanwhile, former first lady Hillary Clinton ramping up attacks against the president tweeting, quote, "I don't know who needs to hear this, but the president is not above the law." BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): OK. I don't know who needs to hear it still, but isn't Hillary Clinton the last person who should be saying that?  AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): Good point. Here to weigh in is Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist and a Fox News contributor. Mollie, what did...

    Media Matters for America
  • Analysis: Trump defied the laws of politics. Now he's trying to break the laws of economic gravity.

    President Donald Trump came to office breaking the laws of US politics, knocking over Democrats' blue wall in the Rust Belt and remaking the GOP in his own nationalist image.

  • Trump-loving casino owners ask Congress for a tax law rewrite while violating labor laws

    The Trump megadonor owners of the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas want Congress to make a fix to the mistake-riddled Republican tax law, even as the Palms illegally refuses to bargain with workers who overwhelmingly voted to unionize last year. A whoopsy of a change to how quickly companies can write off certain property upgrades will affect taxes on $690 million in work on the Palms. But some members of the House want to know why they should be doing the Palms and its parent company any favors...

    Daily Kos
  • Everyone on board the Pride train! MTA celebrates LGBTQ culture with Pride-themed trains, MetroCards

    Everyone hop aboard the Pride train! The MTA is marking the 50th anniversary of Stonewall uprising with a series of World Pride themed MetroCards and special Pride logos that will be put on trains across the city, agency officials said Friday. The multi-colored heart decal will be on five 10-car
  • Checkmate: Donor Urges Boycott Over Abortion Law, University of Alabama Takes His Name Off Law School

  • Fox host points out exactly how Trump’s comments violate the law after Republican insists ‘Trump is a president of the law’

    A Republican congressman on Thursday insisted that President Donald Trump had done nothing wrong by admitting that he might accept help from foreign operatives in an election. “This president follows the law. He has done nothing wrong. This is Democrats trying to swing from the left side at the wind with literally a very sad [

  • ‘Sea Rescues Have Been Criminalized' as German Boat Captain Faces 20 Years in Prison For Saving Refugees: “We have only followed international law, especially the law of the sea, where the highest priority is to save people from distress."

    "We have only followed international law, especially the law of the sea, where the highest priority is to save people from distress."

    Common Dreams
  • Brickbat: Above the Law

    For over two weeks, Jose Rodriguez's tow truck has had a boot on it, costing him thousands of dollars. His troubles started when he tasked with repossessing a Nissan Maxima whose owner was behind on payments. The owner of Nissan was a New York City Police Department detective. When Rodriguez tried to repossess the car, cops arrested him on a felony charge of possessing stolen property. They later dropped that charge—after Rodriguez spent 20 hours in jail—but then charged him with falsifying...
  • Cartoon: Strongman-in-training

    x Vimeo Video President Trump has a strong affinity and even admiration for some of the globe’s leading authoritarians. Unfortunately, it’s become more than just a fascination with those tough guys he seems to like so much. Trump is bringing more than a touch of autocracy to his presidency. I’m not even talking about his stonewalling and refusal to cooperate with subpoenas and congressional oversight. Trump wants his wall but Congress didn’t give him the money, so he declared an emergency...

    Daily Kos
  • Originalism and the Law of the Past

    There is a well-known gulf between the way many originalist scholars and jurists think about constitutional law and the way many credentialed historians do. (This conference at the Stanford Constitutional Law Center a few years ago (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) is a great introduction.) Why do so many legal scholars rely on Founding-era history even when historians say they shouldn't? How can responsible legal scholars expect to find answers where historians find ambiguity and disagreement? And how can we...
  • Does diversity training work?

    Sephora stores across the country are closing today for diversity training. Craig Melvin is joined by Katy Milkman, a Professor at the Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania, who studied whether diversity training actually works.
  • Liam Jaymalin to train in Canada

    Fresh from helping the NLEX Road Warriors win the title in the Batang PBA, teen prospect Liam Jaymalin is to leave for Canada next month to get the necessary training in hopes of improving his skills.
  • Training Better Robotic Surgeons

    Robot-assisted surgery is minimally invasive and recovery time is shorter. Those are a few reasons why more medical schools are training students how to be better robotic surgeons.
  • Revisiting the party-list law

    Aside from being a Mayor of Davao City for almost 20 years, President Rodrigo Duterte was at one point in time of his political career served for three years as Congressman. by Marichu A. Villanueva
  • The Sneaky Politics of “Natural Law”

    On May 30, the State Department announced that it was setting up a Commission on Unalienable Rights to advise the Secretary of State, and “provide fresh thinking about human rights discourse where such discourse has departed from our nation’s founding principles of natural law and natural rights.” Immediately, the reference to natural law and natural rights—and talk of the international rights discourse having departed from those principles—alarmed liberals and secularists about the committee’s...

    The New Republic
  • Train delayed by swans on the line

    The two adults and two cygnets were waddling along the line when a train came up behind them near a level crossing at Stowbridge in Norfolk.

    Mail Online
  • The FBI Tragedy: Elites Above The Law

    Authored by Victor Davis Hanson via, After decades in the FBI, the top brass came to believe they could flout the law and pursue their own political agendas. One of the media and beltway orthodoxies we constantly hear is that just a few bad apples under James Comey at the FBI explain why so many FBI elites have been fired, resigned, reassigned, demoted, or retired — or just left for unexplained reasons. The list is long and includes director James Comey himself, deputy...

    Zero Hedge
  • Traveller chaos at train station

    More than 20 caravans have parked up at Lea Green railway station in St Helens, Lancashire. Travellers are hanging washing on railings while their children have been runing amok with footballs

    Mail Online
  • The Latest: Activists step up trainings for immigrants

    Immigrant rights activists fine-tune legal rights trainings after pledges to step up deportations

    ABC News
  • The Latest: Activists step up trainings for immigrants

    CHICAGO (AP) - The Latest on "know-your-rights" training for immigrants (all times local): 3 p.m. With renewed pledges on mass deportations, immigrant rights activists have fine-tuned and ramped up one of their most basic organizing tools: the know-your-rights training. From Los Angeles to Atlanta, advocates and attorneys have brought civil

    The Washington Times
  • The Baha’i Laws Are Designed to Help, Not Control

    Enhance the spiritual well-being After all, it seems as though there are a lot of laws in religion that are not necessarily designed to promote the well-being and faith of the members, but instead seeks to control them. The Baha’i faith is one that has worked hard to reduce the creation and application of religious

    World Religion News