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Los Angeles Authorities Sue Company For 'Illegally Selling' At-Home COVID-19 Test

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| The Food and Drug Administration says it has not authorized any at-home tests for the coronavirus. After one company started selling an at-home test in March, the city attorney of Los Angeles sued.

Supreme Court Hands Federal Worker Partial Win In Age Discrimination Case


In a separate case, the court upheld a warrantless traffic stop by a sheriff's deputy in Kansas.

Supreme Court Delays Oral Arguments, Hinting Some May Be Decided Next Term


But other cases may have to be decided sooner, among them those involving subpoenas for Donald Trump's financial records, and cases involving the Electoral College.

Justice Department Looking Into Senator's Stock Sell-Off


Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr sold off a large amount of stocks before the coronavirus market crash. The FBI will assess whether he was motivated by nonpublic information.

A Supreme Court Justice Visits: A Look Behind The Scenes


Supreme Court justices make a big effort to visit public universities. State public records shine a light on these visits, and what they cost the public.

Federal Judge Considers Release of Migrant Children In Custody As COVID-19 Spreads


A federal judge in California wants all minors who were apprehended crossing into the U.S. alone to be released in an orderly fashion. But she refrained from mandating their immediate release.

U.S. Unseals Drug Trafficking Charges Against Venezuela's President Maduro


The government is accused of letting Colombians linked with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia use its airspace to fly cocaine north through Central America to destinations in North America.

In Blackbeard Pirate Ship Case, Supreme Court Scuttles Copyright Claims


A videographer spent two decades documenting the the salvage of the Queen Anne's Revenge, and when North Carolina put his work on line without permission, he sued.

Self-Isolation Orders Pit Civil Liberties Against Public Good In Coronavirus Pandemic


Sweeping new stay-at-home orders issued in the San Francisco Bay area have legal experts worried about constitutional infringements in coronavirus response.