The Social Order Public safety The race industry and its elite enablers take it as self-evident that high black incarceration rates result from discrimination. After all, inblacks were About one in 33 black men was in prison incompared with one in white men and one in 79 Hispanic men.
President Donald Trump Photograph: President Donald Trump, lied to investigators multiple times, breaching a plea deal he signed two months ago, federal prosecutors said late Monday. District Court in Washington saying Manafort had broken the plea agreement and called for his sentencing hearing to not be delayed.
Supreme Court justices on Monday will take up Apple Inc's effort to bury a lawsuit seeking damages from the company for allegedly monopolizing the market for iPhone software applications and forcing consumers to overpay.
The justices will hear arguments in Apple's appeal of a lower court's decision to revive the proposed class-action lawsuit by a group of iPhone users.
The lawsuit accused the Cupertino, California-based technology company of violating federal antitrust laws by requiring apps to be sold through the company's App Store and then taking a 30 percent commission from the purchases.
The case hinges on how the justices will apply one of its past decisions to the claims against Apple. That ruling limited damages for anti-competitive conduct to those directly overcharged rather than indirect victims who paid an overcharge passed on by others.
The iPhone users, including lead plaintiff Robert Pepper of Chicago, filed the suit in a California federal court inclaiming Apple's monopoly leads to inflated prices compared to if apps were available from other sources.
Though developers set the prices of their apps, Apple collects the payments from iPhone users, keeping a 30 percent commission on each purchase. One area of dispute in the case is whether app developers recoup the cost of that commission by passing it on to consumers.
Chamber of Commerce, told the justices in legal papers that siding with the iPhone users who filed the lawsuit would threaten the burgeoning field of e-commerce, which generates hundreds of billions of dollars annually in U. The plaintiffs, as well as antitrust watchdog groups, said closing courthouse doors to those who buy end products would undermine antitrust enforcement and allow monopolistic behavior to expand unchecked.
The plaintiffs were backed by 30 state attorneys general, including from Texas, California and New York. The plaintiffs said app developers would be unlikely to sue Apple, which controls the service where they make money, leaving no one to challenge anti-competitive conduct.
The company sought to have the antitrust claims dismissed, arguing that the plaintiffs lacked the required legal standing to bring the lawsuit.
A federal judge in Oakland, California threw out the suit, saying the consumers were not direct purchasers because the higher fees they paid were passed on to them by the developers.
But the San Francisco-based 9th U. Circuit Court of Appeals revived the case last year, finding that Apple was a distributor that sold iPhone apps directly to consumers. Trump urges Mexico to send migrants home, repeats call for wall funding U.
President Donald Trump said on Monday that Mexico should send migrants seeking asylum in the United States back to their home countries, a day after U.
Trump has vowed the asylum seekers would not easily enter the country and on Monday threatened again to shut down the U. The president repeated his call on Congress to fund his long-promised border wall as U. Thanksgiving holiday break with federal government funding set to expire on Dec.
He has repeatedly threatened to shut down the federal government unless the wall is funded.
The showdown on Sunday took place at part of the border where there is already a physical barrier. Do it by plane, do it by bus, do it anyway you want, but they are NOT coming into the U.
We will close the Border permanently if need be. Congress, fund the WALL! Traffic halted at Mexico-US crossing as migrants run to borderHundreds of caravan members including women and children protested peacefully on Sunday with chants of "We aren't criminals!
We are hard workers. The migrants who are mostly Honduran are fleeing poverty and violence and have said they would wait in Tijuana until they could request asylum in the United States.Study MANAG Study Guide ( Swim) flashcards from StudyBlue on StudyBlue.
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