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The Supreme Court on Monday decided to let the third version of President Donald Trump’s so-called travel ban to go into effect, for now.
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Cogan Schneier is a Washington, D.C.-based litigation reporter covering D.C. courts, national litigation trends, the Justice Department and the federal judiciary.
A federal judge appeared poised Tuesday to decline a request from the Washington Archdiocese to force the Washington, D.C., public transportation system to allow its Christmas-related ads to run on city buses.
Manafort and his deputy, Rick Gates, appeared before U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson Monday.
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