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Supreme Court Allows Trans Prisoner’s Gender Surgery to Move Ahead as Lawsuit Continues
The Supreme Court allowed an Idaho sex offender to continue his gender surgery at taxpayers’ expense while the lawsuit moves ahead.
Roe v Wade plaintiff admits abortion rights reversal ‘was all an act’ in new film
Norma McCorvey, known as Jane Roe, reveals she was paid by evangelical Christian groups to take anti-abortion stanceNorma McCorvey, most notable for being the plaintiff known as Jane Roe in the 1973
Kavanaugh cites “chaos principle” in Supreme Court electoral college voting case
Do not confuse the simple jurisprudential concept with the complex mathematical theory of chaos.
The US Supreme Court desperately seeks a “limiting principle” in Trump tax cases
The president faced off against Congress in the nation's highest tribunal. It was a tough fight.
Supreme court grills Trump lawyers over president's unreleased tax returns
Trump has refused to release documents but Sonia Sotomayor says there is a tradition of Congress ‘seeking records and getting them’As the supreme court heard arguments concerning Donald Trump’s tax
Electoral college voters make case for rogue voting at Supreme Court
Must electoral college voters do as they are told when casting presidential ballots on behalf of the people?
US supreme court tackles politics’ most tantalising mystery: Trump’s tax returns
The president’s tax documents have been reported on by various outlets, even winning the New York Times a PulitzerThe US supreme court is in its second week of working by telephone during the
Will the US Supreme Court let Trump keep his many secrets?
The pandemic has added a plot twist to controversial cases about the president's top secret taxes and financial records. Now the debates will be aired live for all to hear.
The US Supreme Court’s unanimous Bridgegate opinion reads like fiction
A political cover-up on the world's busiest bridge was deceitful, corrupt, and an abuse of power. But it wasn't a federal crime, according to the high court.
RBG says women are being “tossed to the wind” in Supreme Court birth control case
The Trump administration expanded exemptions for conscientious objectors to contraception coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and others seem to feel the previous
Remote arguments are forcing US Supreme Court justices to wait their turn
The historic livestreamed remote hearings that began this week have exposed the justices like never before and yielded some pleasant surprises.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg in hospital for treatment on gallbladder
The key liberal US supreme court justice is resting comfortably and will be able to continue to work US supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who has had a series of health scares, has undergone
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized on Tuesday after a non-surgical treatment for a gallbladder condition. The office for public information of the Supreme Court released a
The US Supreme Court debates the internet’s future over the phone
The high court is not so boldly going where it's never gone before, holding oral arguments over conference calls that will be live-streamed to all. The first case debated this way is one that could
Why US businesses are opining on a Supreme Court case about contraception
Family planning is controversial in some circles. It's also multi-trillion-dollar issue that impacts the US economy.
The US Supreme Court may be trying to dodge Trump’s tax case
Justices on Monday stunned constitutional law scholars by ordering late-game additional briefing on a concept known as the "political question doctrine" in two highly-anticipated cases about the
Trump is seizing the courts – only a Democratic win in November can stop him
Trump’s transformation of the federal judiciary means the stakes have never been higher in an election than they are for DemocratsHe is 37 and less than 10 years out of law school. He had never tried
How Trump delivered conservative courts to his evangelical base
Trump promised in 2016 to fill the courts with conservative judges – signaling to evangelical Christians and others he was a safe pickDonald Trump made many promises on the campaign trail in 2016. He
Dissenting justices claim Supreme Court was “manipulated” in New York gun case
In the dissent, justice Samuel Alito seemed to suggest his colleagues in the majority crumbled under political pressure.
Father Pavone: Supreme Court Precedent on Abortion Not Irreversible
Abortion was not the focus of a Supreme Court case decided last week, but for many it was the elephant in the (virtual) living room