Martin Shkreli

Jokester Martin Shkreli is back behind bars after a federal judge revoked his $5 million bond for threatening Hillary Clinton. Brooklyn Federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto revoked Shkreli’s bond during a hearing in the federal courthouse on Wednesday.

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Barack Obama

Former President Barack Obama jetted off to the French Polynesia for a month — without his long-suffering wife, Michelle Obama.

Still meddling in U.S. politics, Obama flew to Hawaii on Tuesday where, hours later, a federal judge temporarily blocked President Trump’s second executive order travel ban. Supposedly Obama was in his native Hawaii to play a round of golf.

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doctor deported

There’s an old saying that goes, ‘The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry’. TSA and Homeland Security’s plans to embarrass and humiliate the president of the United States have gone awry.

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A federal judge in Kentucky ordered Rowan County clerk Kim Davis released from jail today. The same judge jailed Davis last week for refusing to issue gay marriages because doing so would conflict with her religious beliefs.

The news comes as GOP presidential hopefuls Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz were scheduled to visit Davis in jail today during campaign stops in Kentucky.

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Clarence Roby Judge Karen Wells Lisa Crinel

A promiscuous New Orleans attorney is accused of cheating on his wife, who happens to be a federal judge, with one of his clients.

Federal prosecutors are struggling to untangle the messy love triangle involving U.S. Magistrate Judge Karen Wells Roby, her husband, attorney Clarence Roby and his client, businesswoman Lisa Crinel.

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President Obama amnesty

President Obama’s illegal alien amnesty program has been halted in its tracks by a federal judge in Texas. Obama’s controversial amnesty program to provide foreign criminals and terrorists with driver’s licenses and social security numbers was set to take effect on Wednesday, Feb. 18. But on Tuesday, Judge Andrew Hanen issued a temporary injunction barring the Dept. of Homeland Security from enforcing President Obama’s executive order.

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Central Park 5

A federal judge has signed off on a $41 million settlement for the five men who were wrongly convicted of raping and beating a Central Park jogger 24 years ago. The settlement ends a long battle with the city of NY.

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