Supreme Court ingests Java as Google-Oracle copyright spat boils over

BY MICHEAL ROSEN Last week, the long-simmering software dispute between Google and Oracle boiled over, as the Supreme Court heard arguments in the tech giants’ copyright fight. The story began in federal court in San Francisco in 2010, when Oracle sued Google for infringing


NYSERDA must reveal secret study, Judge rules

Ruling in favor of the Empire Center, a state Supreme Court judge in Albany has ordered the Cuomo administration’s energy and environmental agencies to release a supposedly incomplete “comprehensive study” of how to meet the governor’s aggressive renewable energy goals.


Court hearing Thursday on Clinton email and Benghazi documents

Judicial Watch Seeks Clinton Testimony and Key Document on Clinton Email Destruction (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today announced that a hearing was ordered to be held in federal court before U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth on Thursday, December 19, regarding continuing


MORRISON: The left loses its mind in prison debate

BY MICAH MORRISON Ideas have consequences and yesterday in New York City arrived more evidence that progressive forces in Gotham have lost their collective mind. The New York City Council voted to close the 400-acre Rikers Island jail complex. Keeping


Ruling strikes down California’s attempt to require candidates to disclose tax returns

This week a federal judge had enjoined a California law requiring presidential candidates to publicly disclose their tax returns. The injunction had been requested by Judicial Watch, President Donald Trump, and other challengers to the law.   California’s Presidential Tax Transparency and Accountability Act (“SB 27”) requires presidential candidates to disclose


Federal Judge orders FBI to search for Steele documents

U.S. District Court Judge Christopher Cooper ordered the FBI to conduct a search within 60 days for records of communications with former British spy and dossier author Christopher Steele post-dating Steele’s service as an FBI confidential source. In ordering the supplemental search,