Supreme Court

Reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly said that Justice Brett Kavanaugh agreed to speak to them as long as they publicly said he declined the interview.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has some support from Congress and the White House after The New York Times reported new sexual misconduct allegation against him.
The president defended the Supreme Court justice at his New Mexico rally after new allegations of sexual misconduct were uncovered by Times reporters.
And Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler says his Judiciary Committee is tied up with "impeaching the president" and is too busy to look at the Supreme Court justice.
Democrat Christopher Coons told the FBI last October that it should talk to a former classmate of Brett Kavanaugh with a relevant story about the judge.
The president again came to Kavanaugh's defense on Monday in the wake of new sexual assault accusations against the controversial Supreme Court justice.
The newspaper deleted a tweet saying an alleged act of sexual misconduct by the future Supreme Court justice "may seem like harmless fun."
The president also suggested the Justice Department should step in after The New York Times reported the new allegation against the Supreme Court justice.
Some Democratic presidential contenders and former U.S. attorneys have raised concerns the investigation during Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearings was incomplete.
Lawyers reveal — then retract — plan for more wall in Arizona and California, according to a court filing, Bloomberg reports.
Two New York Times reporters said they learned of the unreported claim while investigating Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for an upcoming book.
The chief justice initially leaned toward siding with the Trump administration, but changed his mind, CNN reported.
She was joined by Ruth Bader Ginsburg in arguing that the restrictions upend "longstanding practices regarding refugees who seek shelter from persecution."
California Gov. Gavin Newsom halted executions in March for as long as he remains governor, but the death penalty remains on the books.
Critics say the new policy effectively bans asylum bids for most Central American migrants at the border.
The star said the tip from the Supreme Court justice after her engagement to Alex Rodriguez was "so simple."
If signed by the governor, the legislation would force tech companies to reclassify independent contractors as employees and provide them with additional benefits.
Mark Anthony Soliz, 37, was executed in Huntsville for fatally shooting 61-year-old Nancy Weatherly during an eight-day spate of thefts and killings in June 2010.
Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas.