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    WASHINGTON (AP) — A court decision the NCAA says will hurt college sports by allowing certain student-athletes to be paid “vast sums” of money as “educational expenses” will go into effect after the Supreme Court declined Tuesday to intervene at this point. Justice Elena Kagan denied the NCAA’s request to put a lower court ruling...
    Twitter/screenshot The New Jersey woman who was caught on surveillance camera assaulting an elderly woman over a face mask dispute has been arrested.  25-year-old Terri Thomas was arrested in Hackensack, NJ for aggravated assault after viral video was released showing her attack on a woman with a cane at a STAPLES. An earlier report...
    A New Jersey woman has been arrested for allegedly knocking down a liver transplant recipient and breaking her leg during a dispute over a face mask. The Hackensack Police Department on Tuesday announced the arrest of Terri Thomas, 25, on an aggravated assault charge in connection to the violent attack on 54-year-old Margot Kagan, which...
    On this day, Aug. 5 ...1884: The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty is laid. Also on this day: 1861: President Lincoln signs the Revenue Act of 1861, the first income tax in America. 1914: The first electric traffic lights are installed in Cleveland. 1933: President Franklin D. Roosevelt establishes the National...
    UPDATE: Hackensack police charged a Hackensack woman in the viral video assault of a Staples customer who asked her to wear a mask. Terri Thomas was charged with aggravated assault by city detectives who arrested her on Tuesday. She was released pending an Aug. 24 first appearance in Central Judicial Processing Court in Hackensack. “Detectives Demetrius...
    A WOMAN holding a cane was left with a broken leg after being hurled to the floor "by a shopper who was asked to put her mask on properly." Police are now looking for the attacker after she assaulted Margot Kagan, 54, in a Staples in Hackensack, New Jersey, just after 3pm on Wednesday. 4The...
    Margot Kapan lies on a local Staples store’s floor after being assaulted A woman was thrown to the ground in Staples in Hackensack, New Jersey after asking someone to wear a mask. After the unexpected assault, Margot Kagan, who walks with a cane and recently had a liver transplant, was taken to the hospital...
    NEW JERSEY -- Speaking from her hospital bed, the woman who was shoved to the ground inside a Staples in New Jersey after she asked another customer to pull up her face mask said she plans on pressing charges.Margot Kagan said she was using one of the fax machines inside the store on Wednesday when...
    The community is rallying for a liver transplant patient who was beaten in a Hackensack Staples store by another customer after asking her to wear her coronavirus face mask. More than $2,600 had been raised as of Sunday morning on a GoFundMe for Margot Kagan, of Teaneck. Kagan, 54, -- who had a liver transplant...
    A dispute over a face mask at a Staples in New Jersey this week led one woman to have her leg broken by an angry customer. Hide Surveillance video released by police shows a 54-year-old woman, identified as Margot Kagan, being thrown to the ground after an altercation in the store. Hide Kagan told...
    Surgical face masks are photographed for illustration photo during the spread of coronavirus. Krakow, Poland on April 24, 2020. The rule of covering the nose and mouth in public places with face masks, carves or handkerchiefs came into force from April 16th. Beata Zawrzel/NurPhoto via Getty Images A 54-year-old New Jersey woman, Margot...
    A woman is being treated for a fractured left tibia after she was allegedly thrown to the ground of a New Jersey Staples store by an unidentified woman for speaking up about the woman's failure to wear a mask properly. Margot Kagan, 54, is recovering from a liver transplant in addition to her injuries, and...
    SEEN HER? Clearer video shows a woman assaulting a Staples customer in Hackensack, breaking the victim’s leg, after she asked the assailant to wear her coronavirus mask. Recognize her?  Margot Kagan, 54, of Teaneck was using the fax/copy machine at the Hackensack Avenue store Wednesday afternoon when the suspect approached with her face mask pulled below...
    The Supreme Court declined to allow some Florida felons the ability to vote if they have not paid fees, restitution, and other fines pertaining to their cases according to state requirements. The high court ruled in a 6-3 decision on Thursday to reject a request to lift an appeals court order that prevents Florida...
    The Supreme Court on Wednesday handed the Little Sisters of the Poor, a group of Catholic nuns that cares for impoverished elderly people, a major victory in their ongoing legal ordeal over a mandate in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that required them to pay for contraceptives in their health care coverage. The court, in...
    States can pass laws that punish so-called “faithless electors” who refuse to cast an official ballot for the winner of that state’s popular vote, the Supreme Court said Monday, in a unanimous 9-0 decision authored by Justice Elena Kagan. Members of the Electoral College are selected on a state-by-state basis and, according to the United...
    The Supreme Court of the United States handed down an opinion in the “Faithless Elector” cases on Monday, which will maintain status quo on all things electoral college for the foreseeable future. Holding that the Electors’ “constitutional claim has neither text nor history on its side,” the Court ruled unanimously that states have the...
    Leaders within the anti-abortion movement on Monday denounced the Supreme Court's decision to rule in favor of protecting abortion rights in the case June Medical Services LLC v. Russo. The decision, a major win for abortion providers, was made possible by Chief Justice John Roberts joining the liberal wing of the court in his opinion....
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. The deadline for Maryland schools and restaurants to stop using polystyrene foam food containers and cups has been extended from July 1 to Oct. 1, the Maryland Department of the Environment decreed in...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. The deadline for Maryland schools and restaurants to stop using polystyrene foam food containers and cups has been extended from July 1 to Oct. 1, the Maryland Department of the Environment decreed in an order...