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A federal judge on Friday found that the Trump administration made an unlawful policy reversal when it began denying protected status out of hand for thousands of 18- to 21-year-old immigrants determined by New York family court to be at risk, and struck down the policy.
A New York federal judge said Thursday that a brokerage had failed to undermine the analyses of two experts the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission intends to use in its suit over the alleged use of a market manipulation practice called "layering" and could not have them excluded from trial.
A former Auburn University coach accused in a college basketball corruption scheme will plead guilty next week, following convictions and guilty pleas in recent months against others facing related charges, according to a Friday filing in New York federal court.
Two llama puppets have become “de facto members of the band” Fall Out Boy, appearing on stage, album covers and merchandise — well beyond their agreed-upon usage for a single music video, the puppet studio that made them said in a suit filed Friday in New York federal court.
A conservative political activist from Arizona was sentenced to two years in prison Friday by a Manhattan federal judge after he was accused of running a $23 million political action committee scheme that defrauded tens of thousands of donors.