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Gary Gately

Gary Gately
Gary Gately reports on the Supreme Court and other national legal news for Talk Media News. Gary has won 15 national, regional and local awards for investigative, public service, feature, business and travel stories. He has been published by The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Baltimore Sun, The Guardian, The Washington Post, the Baltimore Examiner, the Chicago Tribune, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Dallas Morning News, Business Week, Newsweek, the Center for Public Integrity,,, United Press International, and numerous other news organizations. Gary's work has been recognized by the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild, the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association, and the Society of American Travel Writers. Gary is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, where he earned a bachelor's degree with an emphasis on U.S. history and journalism.

Hilde Hall said she had complained to CVS numerous times but that the company has not addressed her concerns nor apologized.

That likely means no transgender military ban could take effect before April, when the case is scheduled for trial. The decision marks the latest in a series of legal defeats for the Trump administration over the transgender military ban.

Baltimore — beset by bloody drug disputes, rampant police corruption and soaring murder rates since the April 2105 death of Freddie Gray — ended 2017 with 297 slayings, by far the highest murder rate among cities in the U.S.

In court documents, prosecutors alleged that Butina had links to Russian intelligence and wealthy business associates with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, that she had a relationship with a Republican operative and that she had had sex “in exchange for a position with a special interest organization” in the U.S.

WASHINGTON — The indictments of a dozen Russian military intelligence officers in the alleged 2016 election hacking scheme drew immediate calls for their extradition to...

The DoJ's Antitrust Division had sued to stop the deal, arguing it would reduce competition in pay TV in violation of federal antitrust law and force consumers to pay more to stream TV and movies.

WASHINGTON -- In an abrupt reversal, the Trump administration has agreed to release some undocumented immigrant families, with electronic ankle braces monitoring parents, adopting what...

WASHINGTON -- Milwaukee lawmakers Tuesday approved a $3.4 million settlement of a federal lawsuit that alleged “stop-and-frisk” policing discriminated against blacks and Latinos in violation...

“These are firm deadlines,” U.S. District Judge Dana Sabrow said Tuesday. “They’re not aspirational goals.”

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Justice Department says it disagrees with a federal judge’s ruling rejecting a Trump administration bid to detain immigrant children throughout the...