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Notorious Mexican Drug Kingpin El Chapo's Son Pleads Not Guilty to U.S. Federal Drug Charges

By Natasha Bakirci

You might remember reading about "El Chapo." Joaquin Guzman Loera, known by the Spanish nickname "Shorty," is undoubtedly one of the most infamous drug kingpins in recent history. The Forbes-listed billionaire was the leader of the Mexican Sinaloa Cartel, a major global drug trafficking organization.

Celebrated Writers File Copyright Lawsuit Against AI

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

Whether you're a Luddite who's never used ChatGPT or you revere modern artificial intelligence like His Holiness the DALL-E LLaMA, the past year has taught us that AI is powerful and here to stay. As with any technology that grows faster than regulators can keep…

Parents Have a First Amendment Right to Be Obnoxious at School Games

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

You've heard of Dance Moms, but what about Softball Dads? Many parents get a great deal of fulfillment by being involved in their kids' extracurriculars. But there's a fine line between healthy parental support and living vicariously through the accomplishments of one's children — and it's…

Copyright Office Has No More Right to Free Copies

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

If you're a reader, you may have found yourself frustrated when your local library didn't instantly have a copy of the latest Colleen Hoover romance. If you're an academic, you've probably had to borrow several esoteric volumes from other libraries for your research because your institution didn't stock them. But…

Country's Best High School Ends Up in Affirmative Action Antinomy

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

In case SCOTUS didn't get enough affirmative-action action last term, an admissions controversy in Fairfax County, Virginia, may be on their docket soon. This time, though, it's not about college admissions, but high school. A group of Asian students and parents calling itself the "Coalition for TJ" is taking issue with…

Ghost Guns Haunt SCOTUS

By Vaidehi Mehta, Esq.

Guns are scary. And unless you're Ray Parker, Jr., ghosts are scary. So it's perhaps understandable that many U.S. regulators have a good deal of trepidation about "ghost guns." These are guns that you assemble yourself at home, and up until now, they've been unregulated. With the Biden…

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