NEW YORK — Websites showing moves almost as they occur at the World Chess Championship can continue to do so over the objections of the tournament organizers, a judge ruled Thursday, a day before the tournament is to begin.
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NEW YORK — In a ruling the government suggested could hamper national security investigations, a federal appeals court Thursday said prosecutors cannot force Microsoft and other U.S. companies to turn over customer emails and other data stored on servers overseas.
NEW YORK Federal authorities said Wednesday they are seeking to return a Tyrannosaurus bataar skull to Mongolia after an anonymous buyer purchased it at auction in the United States in 2007 for $276,000.
Prosecutors filed papers in Manhattan federal court to formally secure the 32-inch (813-millimeter)-long skull after the California buyer who purchased it agreed to give it up.
NEW YORK Gun control laws passed in New York and Connecticut to ban possession of semi-automatic weapons and large-capacity magazines after the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School were mostly upheld Monday by a federal appeals court.