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Researchers claim they can predict future criminals in children at 3 yrs old: Study
December 17th, 2016

A brain test in children as young as 3-years-old may indicate whether they are predisposed to end up as criminals, get benefits, or have health problems. The results were found in a 35-year longitudinal study of close 1,000 individuals born in the New Zealand city of Dunedin. Scientists from three universities studied the lives of…

Latinos misclassified as white, under-counted in the criminal justice system: Study
December 16th, 2016

A new study revealed that Latinos in the criminal justice system — from the time of arrest, through incarceration, and while they are on parole or probation — are often classified as white on records. This misidentification shortchanges the largest minority population in the United States when it comes to developing interventions aimed at reducing…

Dozen of former wrestlers file class action lawsuit against WWE for brain injuries sustained during bouts
July 19th, 2016

Dozens of former professional wrestlers have filed a class-action lawsuit against the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc (WWE) for brain injuries they sustained during matches. Attorneys filed the complaint on Monday, on behalf of famous wrestlers such as, ” Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, Paul Orndorff, known as “Mr. Wonderful,” Joseph “Animal’ Laurinaitis, one part of the tag…

Controversial technology will allow FBI to track people by their tatoos
June 4th, 2016

The FBI will soon begin to compile a database of 100,000 tattoo images, with assistance from the Tennessee Department of Correction, Michigan State Police, and Pinellas County Sherriff’s Office in Florida. According to Newser, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is not in agreement with the FBI’s new plan, believing that the idea has serious problems…

North Carolina squares off against U.S. Justice Dept. over transgender bathroom law
May 10th, 2016

By EMERY P. DALESIO ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A potentially epic clash over transgender rights took shape Monday when the U.S. Justice Department sued North Carolina over the state’s bathroom law after the governor refused to back down. In unusually forceful language, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said North Carolina’s law requiring transgender…

Federal appeals court rules Texas prison ban on Muslim skullcaps and beards a violation of religious rights
May 4th, 2016

ASSOCIATED PRESS DALLAS (AP) — A federal appeals court panel has upheld a Texas prison inmate’s right to a beard and skullcap as required by his religious beliefs. In a 32-page opinion filed Monday, a three-judge 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel in New Orleans unanimously upheld a lower-court ruling that David Rasheed Ali…

U.S. government now asks court to force Apple to unlock ANOTHER iPhone in New York drug case
April 9th, 2016

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Here we go again. The U.S. Justice Department announced Friday it would move forward with efforts to try and force Apple to comply in helping break into another iPhone to retrieve information in a drug case in New York. The case out of Brooklyn case is now at the center of…

Federal appeals court halts lethal injection of Dallas man accused of killing young daughters
March 31st, 2016

A Texas death row inmate scheduled for execution for murdering his two young children execution as his ex-wife helplessly listened on the phone was given a stay of execution by a federal appeals court Wednesday. The court halted the scheduled lethal injection of John David Battaglia, a former accountant mere hours before the state of…

Jury awards Hulk Hogan $25 million on top of the $115 million initially awarded in Gawker case
March 22nd, 2016

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Moments after a Florida jury hit Gawker Media and its founder with $25 million in punitive damages for publishing a sex tape of Hulk Hogan, the former pro wrestler told a gaggle of reporters that he and his legal team “made history.” Hogan said Monday evening that he thought “we’ve…

Jury awards Hulk Hogan awarded $115 million in lawsuit against Gawker
March 18th, 2016

T. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — A jury has sided with ex-pro wrestler Hulk Hogan and awarded him $115 million in his sex tape lawsuit against Gawker Media. It took close to six hours for jurors to decide the media company violated Hogan’s privacy by publishing a now-infamous 1-minute, 41-second clip of the wrestling legend having…