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Supreme Court Rules ICE Can Detain Some Immigrants Indefinitely
The court's conservative wing sided with President Donald Trump's administration.
Supreme Court Dismisses Hawaii Bed And Breakfast That Rejected Lesbian Couple
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
Justices refused to hear an appeal by Phyllis Young, who runs Honolulu's Aloha Bed & Breakfast.
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This Is Why People Are Planking To Celebrate Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s 86th Birthday
It’s a nod to someone the Supreme Court Justice has called a "very important" person in her life.
Court Rules Gun Manufacturer Can Be Sued Over Sandy Hook Shooting
By Dave Collins, AP
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled Remington can be sued over how it marketed the rifle used in the 2012 Newtown tragedy.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Poster Defiled With Swastika, Hate Speech In Brooklyn
The NYPD is investigating the anti-Semitic vandalism as a possible hate crime.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Founded School Allowing Ouster Of LGBTQ Kids
Brian Hagedorn started the school in 2016 while serving as a judge.
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Famous Rappers Say Pittsburgh Artist’s Lyrics Are Protected By First Amendment
Killer Mike, Chance the Rapper and music scholars urged the Supreme Court to appeal Jamal Knox's sentencing over his song "F**k the Police."
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Senate Confirms Trump Court Pick Who Repeatedly Weakened Voting Rights
Every Republican voted to make Eric Murphy, 39, a lifetime federal judge.
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Second Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Adding Census Citizenship Question
The Supreme Court is already set to weigh in on the question.
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Colorado's Masterpiece Cakeshop Ends Battle Over Transgender Woman's Cake With State
By Kathleen Foody, AP
Jack Phillips, who was at the center of a Supreme Court battle over a gay wedding cake last year, dubbed the agreement a victory.
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More Than 37,000 Visa Applications Denied In 2018 Due To Trump's Travel Ban
Visa denials are up by at least 1,000 over the year before.
Supreme Court Rules For Alabama Death Row Inmate
Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court’s four liberals in siding with inmate Vernon Madison.
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Supreme Court Appears Open To Keeping Memorial Cross On Public Land
By Jessica Gresko, AP
The nearly 100-year-old cross was built on public land in Maryland to honor fallen World War I soldiers.
Supreme Court Unanimously Rules Constitutional Ban On High Fines Applies To States
By Mark Sherman, AP
The ruling could help efforts to rein in police seizure of property from criminal suspects.
Clarence Thomas Calls For Review Of Landmark New York Times Libel Case
The New York Times Co. v. Sullivan set an important standard on First Amendment rights a half-century ago.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns To Supreme Court Bench For First Oral Arguments Since Surgery
She had missed a round of oral arguments in January, the first time she had been absent from them since her appointment to the court in 1993.
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Virginia Wants To Ban Uranium Mining. The Supreme Court Will Decide If It Can.
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The case flips traditional views of federal and state power.
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Supreme Court Will Hear Case Challenging Citizenship Question In 2020 Census
A federal judge in New York blocked the Trump administration from adding the question earlier this year.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns To Work At The Supreme Court
The Supreme Court associate justice had been working from home after receiving treatment for cancer.
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Susan Collins Defends Brett Kavanaugh's Abortion Vote
The senator said Kavanaugh took a “logical approach” when the Supreme Court justice voted to uphold an anti-abortion law in Louisiana.
Democrats Come For Susan Collins After Brett Kavanaugh Backs Anti-Abortion Law
Demand Justice is running ads reminding Maine voters that their senator, who claims to support abortion rights, voted to confirm Kavanaugh.
Michelle Carter's Texting-Suicide Case Is Aiming For The Supreme Court
“This is an extremely important issue,” her lawyer told The Boston Herald.
Dominique Ray, Muslim Inmate, Executed After Appeal Over Spiritual Adviser Fails
By Kim Chandler, AP
Ray argued his religious rights were violated since Alabama law would not allow his imam to be present at the execution.
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Supreme Court Blocks Louisiana Abortion Clinic Law
Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's four liberals in putting a hold on the law.
These Pending Cases Could Decide The Future Of Abortion Rights In America
At least 16 cases could come before the newly right-leaning Supreme Court, potentially wreaking havoc on Roe v. Wade.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes First Public Appearance Since Surgery
The outing was the Supreme Court justice's first public appearance since her successful cancer surgery in December.
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