July 2023

Opinion: How can we move forward, now that the divisive Bill C-18 is law

Taylor Owen is the Beaverbrook Chair in media, ethics and communications and the director of the Center for Media, Technology and Democracy at McGill University. Supriya Dwivedi is the director of policy and engagement at the Center for Media, Technology and Democracy. Ever since the passage of Bill C-18, the Online News Act, both the […]

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Jack Teixeira’s attorneys argue he should be freed – just like former President Trump

WORCESTER – Lawyers for Jack Teixeira, the Massachusetts Air National Guard member accused of leaking highly classified military documents, filed an appeal Monday of a magistrate judge’s order to keep him in jail. They say other defendants accused in national security cases, like former President Donald Trump, have not been ordered held like the 21-year-old

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Hunter Biden’s Attorney Files Ethics Complaint Against Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene

Hunter Biden’s attorney Abbe David Lowell filed an ethics complaint against Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) on Friday, just days after the right-wing congresswoman showed poster-sized nude images of the president’s son at a House Oversight and Accountability Committee hearing. Lowell, in the letter to the Office of Congressional Ethics, wrote that it previously contacted

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Michael Cohen settles lawsuit against Trump’s company over legal bills

Donald Trump’s company and his former longtime lawyer, Michael Cohen, have settled a lawsuit over Cohen’s claims that he was unfairly stuck with big legal bills after getting entangled in investigations into the former president. Lawyers for the two sides disclosed the settlement during a video conference with the judge on Friday, three days before

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Trump valet arrangement delayed after losing Florida lawyer over fees dispute | US news

Donald Trump’s valet charged in the classified documents case had his arrangement on Tuesday delayed for a second time to July by a magistrate judge, after he was forced to abandon his choice of top Florida lawyer over a dispute about legal fees, according to two people familiar with the matter. The valet, Walt Nauta,

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Democracy Alerts – Court Rejects Failed Arizona Republican Attorney General Candidate’s Request for a Second Trial

WASHINGTON, D.C — On Friday, July 14, an Arizona judge rejected attorney general candidate and election denier Abe Hamadeh’s (R) motion for a new trial in his previously dismissed election contest. In December 2022, the same judge tossed out Hamadeh’s election contest, which was also backed by two Arizona voters and the Republican National Committee

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