U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee hearings this week boasted an impressive and diverse group of judges nominated by President Biden. Ninth Circuit nominees included the circuit’s first Korean-American female nominee and second Black female nominee. And to replace the late Judge Peter Hall on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Biden has tapped Vermont Supreme Court…

Many people occasionally drive their cars, trucks, or SUVs with the trunk open. This may or may not be legal, depending on the vehicle you are driving, the state you live in, and whether you are carrying cargo in the back of the truck. Legal in Some States, not Others All states allow pickup truck…

Online “battle royale” survival video game, Fornite, has captured global attention since its release in 2017 by software developer Epic Games, Inc. Boasting over 350 million registered accounts, Fortnite has a dedicated base of players across multiple gaming platforms. With roughly 116 million of those accounts on mobile devices, companies like Apple and Google have…

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights recently announced investigations into bans on mask mandates in six states, specifically examining how these bans impact students with disabilities. On August 30, the OCR sent letters to chief state school officers in Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Utah, alerting them of the investigations. Notably missing from…