Latest "Supreme Court" News

06/07/2021

Supreme Court Says Protected Noncitizens Who Entered U.S. Unlawfully Can't Get Green Cards

Unanimous ruling says Temporary Protected Status doesn’t convert illegal entry to lawful admission

Source: The Wall Street Journal

06/07/2021

Supreme Court unanimously backs limits on immigrants with temporary protected status seeking green cards

The ruling concerns hundreds of thousands of immigrants who originally entered the United States unlawfully.

Source: The Washington Post

06/07/2021

Supreme Court: No green card for TPS holders after illegal entry

Source: ABC News

06/07/2021

Supreme Court Rules Against Immigrants Seeking Green Cards

The justices said immigrants with “temporary protected status” who entered the country without authorization may not apply for lawful permanent residency.

Source: New York Times

06/07/2021

Supreme Court Won't Hear Challenge To Men-Only Draft Registration

The justices noted that Congress is actively considering the question of including women in selective service registration and that women have been able to serve in combat roles for years.

Source: NPR

06/07/2021

Supreme Court takes up case about FBI surveillance of mosque

The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to take up a case next term brought by three Muslim men who seek to challenge the FBI, arguing that it unlawfully used a confidential informant to gather information about Muslims in their neighborhood based on their religio…

Source: CNN

06/03/2021

Supreme Court narrows scope of computer fraud law

Supreme Court limits computer fraud law to those who wrongly gain access to confidential files, not those who misuse data they're authorized to see.

Source: Los Angeles Times

06/03/2021

Supreme Court Limits Reach of Federal Law on Computer Crime

In a 6-to-3 decision featuring unusual alliances, the court said it was wary of interpreting the law to allow commonplace conduct to be prosecuted.

Source: New York Times

06/02/2021

US Supreme Court Declines To Hear Johnson & Johnson Appeal Over $2 Billion Baby Powder Judgement

The US Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear Johnson & Johnson's bid to overturn a $2.12 billion damages award to women who blamed their ovarian cancer on asbestos in the company's baby powder and other talc products.

Source: NDTV News

06/01/2021

Supreme Court will not take up Johnson & Johnson challenge of $2.1 billion cancer case award

Justices also issue unanimous decisions as they move toward completing work this month.

Source: The Washington Post

06/01/2021

Johnson & Johnson Faces $2 Billion Payout Over Baby Powder Cancer Claims After Supreme Court Rejects Appeal

The company had asked the Supreme Court to reconsider a ruling by the Missouri Court of Appeals.

Source: Barron's

06/01/2021

Johnson & Johnson: Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Of $2 Billion Talc Verdict

The Supreme Court is leaving in place a verdict in favor of women who claim they developed ovarian cancer from using Johnson & Johnson talc products. The company said it wasn't treated fairly.

Source: NPR

06/01/2021

Supreme Court rejects Johnson & Johnson appeal in $2 billion talc verdict

Justices let stand court ruling favoring women who alleged they got cancer from the company's talcum powder.

Source: CBS News

06/01/2021

Supreme Court rejects Johnson & Johnson's appeal of $2 billion penalty in baby powder cancer case

The Supreme Court rejected Johnson & Johnson's appeal of a $2.1 billion penalty over allegations that its talc powder caused ovarian cancer.

Source: CNBC

06/01/2021

Johnson & Johnson asks Supreme Court to void $2B talcum powder cancer verdict

Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is asking the United States Supreme Court to review the $2 billion verdict against it in favor of women who said the company’s talc products contain asbestos and can cause ovarian cancer.

Source: Fox Business

05/31/2021

Johnson & Johnson Asks Supreme Court To Void $2 Billion Talc Verdict

The company continues to maintain that its products do not cause cancer after a state court in Missouri sided with 22 women who developed ovarian cancer.

Source: HuffPost

05/31/2021

Johnson & Johnson asks Supreme Court to void $2B talc verdict

Johnson & Johnson is asking for Supreme Court review of $2 billion verdict in favor of women who claim they developed ovarian cancer from using talc products.

Source: NBC News

05/25/2021

The Supreme Court is coming for Roe. You'd better be ready.

It is too late to change the makeup of the Supreme Court to avoid the blow the court is likely to deliver.

Source: Slate Magazine

05/19/2021

Supreme Court to Hear Abortion Case Challenging Roe v. Wade

The case, arising from a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks, could undermine the constitutional right established in Roe v. Wade.

Source: New York Times

05/18/2021

Ex-Clinton aide says Biden's Supreme Court commission is 'doomed from the start,' calls for court packing

A former aide to failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called for packing the Supreme Court and said President Biden’s commission to explore that possibility is "doomed from the start."

Source: Fox News

05/18/2021

Supreme Court pulls Biden into an abortion fight he didn't want

By placing the issue front and center, the high court immediately forces his administration to reconsider its measured strategy.

Source: Politico

05/17/2021

How Trump and McConnell set the final pieces for the Supreme Court to reconsider Roe v. Wade

Conservatives have been waiting decades for this moment: a transformed Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear an abortion case that directly challenges women's reproductive rights tracing to the 1973 Roe v. Wade milestone.

Source: CNN

05/17/2021

Supreme Court declines to hear case centered on N-word in workplace | TheHill

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a case that alleged use of a racial slur in the...

Source: The Hill

05/17/2021

Supreme Court to Hear Abortion Case Challenging Roe v. Wade

The case, arising from a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks, could undermine the constitutional right to abortion established in Roe v. Wade.

Source: New York Times

05/17/2021

UPDATE 1-U.S. Supreme Court rejects J&J appeal over Risperdal drug

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by Johnson & Johnson to overturn a $70 million jury verdict against the pharmaceutical company for its failure to warn ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

05/17/2021

Supreme Court to Hear Major Abortion Case

The case, arising from a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks, could undermine the constitutional right to abortion established in Roe v. Wade.

Source: New York Times

05/17/2021

Supreme Court to hear Mississippi abortion case challenging Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear arguments in a major abortion case from Mississippi.

Source: CNBC

05/11/2021

Marc Benioff slams Facebook over 'Supreme Court' ruling

Benioff told the WSJ that the board was "right to punt" the case back to the company and that CEOs shouldn't delegate their core values to outsiders.

Source: Business Insider

05/10/2021

Israeli Supreme Court delays hearing on Palestinian evictions from East Jerusalem neighborhood

Israel's Supreme Court on Sunday postponed a hearing on the possible eviction of several Palestinian families from their homes in Jerusalem and will set a new date within 30 days.

Source: CNN

05/05/2021

Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ Upheld Its Trump Ban, But It’s Little More Than Judicial Theater

You may have already heard that on Wednesday Facebook’s oversight board upheld the site’s decision to suspend former President Donald Trump’s account, at least …

Source: FiveThirtyEight

05/03/2021

Mexican Lawmakers Fail To Legalize Marijuana Ahead Of Supreme Court Deadline

Mexican lawmakers have failed to meet a Supreme Court deadline to end marijuana prohibition after spending months going back and forth on a legalization bill that passed both chambers of Congress in differing forms. The result is a lot of uncertainty. The cou…

Source: Marijuana Moment

04/25/2021

Supreme Court appears to rule in favor of scam artists, though Congress may change that

The Supreme Court earlier this week ruled that the U.S

Source: Seeking Alpha

04/23/2021

Supreme Court kills FTC’s “strongest tool” for getting refunds to scam victims

Unanimous ruling limits FTC power to obtain refunds; it's up to Congress to fix it.

Source: Ars Technica

04/22/2021

Acting FTC chair blasts Supreme Court decision: Justices 'ruled in favor of scam artists' | TheHill

Acting Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairwoman Rebecca Kelly Sl...

Source: The Hill

04/22/2021

Supreme Court overturns $1.3 billion penalty against Scott Tucker in payday loan case

Source: Google News

04/22/2021

'The Supreme Court ruled in favor of scam artists,' FTC chief says after justices gut agency's powers

In a 9-0 ruling, the justices said the Federal Trade Commission cannot force companies that engage in wrongdoing to pay restitution to consumers.

Source: Politico

04/15/2021

GOP's Jim Jordan pans Democrats' Supreme Court 'packing' proposal

Source: Fox News

04/15/2021

Shannon Bream: Democrats will face 'a lot of questions' over plan to add four Supreme Court justices

Democrats advocating legislation to expand the Supreme Court to 13 members from the traditional nine will face "a lot of pushback," Fox News chief legal correspondent and "Fox News @ Night" host Shannon Bream said Wednesday.

Source: Fox News

04/15/2021

Democrats to introduce legislation to expand Supreme Court

The measure would increase the court's size to 13.

Source: Politico

04/15/2021

Democrats to introduce bill to expand Supreme Court from 9 to 13 justices

Democrats will introduce legislation to expand the Supreme Court from nine to 13 justices Thursday.

Source: NBC News

04/11/2021

Supreme Court leaves major conservative cases waiting in the wings, from abortion to guns

Source: USA Today

04/10/2021

Biden’s new Supreme Court commission is a win for the Federalist Society

The president’s new commission won’t fix anything.

Source: Vox

04/10/2021

Supreme Court Rules For Worshippers And Against California COVID Restrictions

The court's unsigned order came on a 5-4 vote, preventing the state from enforcing a rule that limits at-home gatherings to no more than three households.

Source: NPR

04/10/2021

Will Biden ‘Pack’ the Supreme Court?

The president has not explicitly endorsed calls to expand the court, but he just ordered a study exploring possible reforms.

Source: New York Times

04/09/2021

McConnell: Biden Supreme Court commission 'direct assault on our nation's independent judiciary'

McConnell unloaded on the idea of packing the court and the White House’s plan to form a commission to study the idea of adding justices in a Friday press release, calling the idea a “direct assault on our nation’s independent judiciary.”

Source: Fox News

04/09/2021

Biden’s Supreme Court Reform Commission Shows He Doesn’t Really Want Court Reform

He’s not even asking for recommendations!

Source: Slate Magazine

04/09/2021

Biden orders commission to study supreme court expansion and reform

Executive order fulfils campaign pledge to examine court reform but Biden has not said if he favors expanding nine-justice court

Source: The Guardian

04/09/2021

Biden signs executive order on Supreme Court reform commission

The president held up the commission as a more conscientious approach to studying the issue of court-packing.

Source: Politico

04/09/2021

Supreme Court Allows Auto Aftermarket to Access APIs

The Supreme Court has ruled in the Google v. Oracle case, a copyright dispute. Their decision was that application program interfaces (API) are fair use.Â

Source: The Truth About Cars

04/07/2021

Justice Breyer says expanding the Supreme Court could erode trust

He says decisions on Trump election cases show the court’s independence.

Source: The Washington Post

04/06/2021

How the Supreme Court saved the software industry from API copyrights

The Supreme Court surprised everyone with its API copyright ruling.

Source: Ars Technica

04/06/2021

Victory for Fair Use: The Supreme Court Reverses the Federal Circuit in Oracle v. Google

In a win for innovation, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that Google’s use of certain Java Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) is a lawful fair use. In doing so, the Court reversed the previous rulings by the Federal Circuit and recognized that copyrigh…

Source: EFF

04/05/2021

Google Stock Rises As Supreme Court Rules Against Oracle In Android Software Dispute

Google stock climbed into a buy zone as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Alphabet's favor in a copyright dispute with Oracle involving Android software.

Source: Investor's Business Daily

04/05/2021

Google’s Supreme Court victory over Oracle hailed as ‘fantastic’ for small companies

The Supreme Court on Monday sided with Google in a $9 billion copyright fight against Oracle over software in billions of Android phones, in a ruling hailed ...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

04/05/2021

Supreme Court Backs Google in Copyright Fight With Oracle

The 6-to-2 ruling ended a decade-long battle over whether Google had improperly used Java code in its Android operating system.

Source: New York Times

04/05/2021

Supreme Court dismisses Trump Twitter case as moot, as Thomas highlights 'glaring concern' of platform's power

The Supreme Court on Monday deemed former President Donald Trump's appeal of a ruling that said it was unconstitutional for him to block critics moot, after a lower court considered his page to be a protected public forum

Source: Fox News

04/05/2021

Supreme Court Rules For Google Over Oracle In Closely Watched “Fair Use” Copyright Case

The Supreme Court ruled that Google’s use of 11,500 lines of code from Oracle software programming language was a “fair use,” a decision that may have implications for how copyrighted material is used without permission as a “fair use” in the future. The 6-2 …

Source: Deadline

04/05/2021

U.S. Supreme Court backs Google over Oracle in major copyright case

The U.S. Supreme Court handed Alphabet Inc's Google a major victory on Monday, ruling that its use of Oracle Corp's software code to build the Android operating system that runs most of the world's smartphones did not violate federal copyright law.

Source: Reuters

04/05/2021

Supreme Court rules in Google's favor in copyright dispute with Oracle over Android software

The Supreme Court on Monday sided with Google against Oracle in a long-running copyright dispute.

Source: CNBC

04/05/2021

An Extraordinary Winning Streak for Religion at the Supreme Court

More broadly, one new study found, “the politicization of religious freedom has infiltrated every level of the federal judiciary.”

Source: New York Times

04/03/2021

Supreme Court ruling could make it easier for Americans to receive more robocalls, watchdog group says

Americans can expect to receive more cellphone robocalls and texts because of a US Supreme Court decision issued Thursday, according to a consumer advocacy group.

Source: CNN

04/02/2021

Supreme Court sides with Facebook in text message dispute

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with Facebook in a lawsuit over unwanted text notifications it sent, rejecting a claim that the messages violated the federal ban on robocalls. The high court's ruling for the Menlo Park, California-…

Source: KOMO News

04/01/2021

Supreme Court sides with Facebook in class-action dispute over robo-texts

In other unanimous votes, the court sided with the state of Georgia in a years-long battle with Florida over the oyster industry and with the FCC in a media-ownership dispute.

Source: The Washington Post

04/01/2021

Supreme Court says Facebook text alerts aren’t illegal robocalls

The Supreme Court has unanimously agreed that Facebook’s automated text message alerts don’t meet the definition of robocalls under the TCPA, overturning a lower court decision.

Source: The Verge

04/01/2021

U.S. Supreme Court bars suit against Facebook under anti-robocall law

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday barred a proposed class action lawsuit accusing Facebook Inc of violating a federal anti-robocall law, sparing the social media company from a potentially costly fight over unwanted text messages.

Source: Reuters

03/31/2021

Supreme Court Weighs Whether NCAA Is Illegally 'Fixing' Athlete Compensation

Players contend the NCAA is operating a classic conspiracy to fix prices in the labor market. The NCAA maintains that expanding benefits would threaten "amateurism."

Source: NPR

03/31/2021

Supreme Court justices grill NCAA, calling arguments 'entirely circular' and 'somewhat disturbing'

The NCAA’s lawyer, Seth Waxman, contended that legal precedents and the law itself should allow the NCAA to set the compensation rules.

Source: USA Today

03/31/2021

Supreme Court appears willing to side with college athletes against NCAA in compensation case

The Supreme Court appears likely to affirm a lower court decision against the NCAA allowing colleges to provide student athletes education-related benefits.

Source: CNBC

03/31/2021

Supreme Court Arguments May Be Turning Point for N.C.A.A.

The justices will consider whether limits on payments to student-athletes violate antitrust laws.

Source: New York Times

03/30/2021

NCAA college athlete compensation case comes before the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court case comes amid a broader debate over compensation for student athletes and in the middle of the NCAA's March Madness basketball tournament.

Source: CNBC

03/30/2021

The Supreme Court Appears Poised to Chip Away at Article III Standing Once Again. Justice Sotomayor Stands Alone.

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday morning in a case that primed the nine justices to chip away at the public's legal ability to sue large corporations.

Source: Law & Crime

03/30/2021

What will a Supreme Court hearing reveal about the NCAA's future?

NCAA leaders and athletes, reform advocates and politicians will be focused on the Supreme Court hearing of an NCAA antitrust case. We explain why -- and what's at stake.

Source: ESPN

03/30/2021

Biden Makes 1st Judicial Nominations, Including A Supreme Court Contender

With the lesson of former President Barack Obama's difficulty in filling vacancies "imprinted on his brain," his staff says, the president sees filling judicial seats as a top priority.

Source: NPR

03/30/2021

US trade regulator will not appeal Qualcomm case to Supreme Court

The Federal Trade Commission said on Monday it would not ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review its appeals court loss against Qualcomm Inc, which the agency had accused of breaking antitrust law in selling chips for smartphones.

Source: Fox Business

03/29/2021

Supreme Court Looks for Narrow Path in Investors’ Suit Against Goldman Sachs

Both sides agreed that generic statements about firms’ integrity and honesty can sometimes be the basis for securities fraud class-action suits.

Source: New York Times

03/25/2021

U.S. Supreme Court rules against Ford in product liability venue dispute

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled against Ford Motor Co in a case in which the second-largest U.S. automaker had sought to bar two state...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

03/25/2021

Supreme Court says police shootings are momentary 'seizures' under 4th Amendment

Source: ABC News

03/25/2021

Ford loses Supreme Court decision, state claims can go forward

Ford argued it shouldn't be sued in state courts for claims on vehicles neither manufactured nor sold in those states.

Source: Detroit Free Press

03/22/2021

U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs Facebook appeal in user tracking lawsuit

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away Facebook's bid to pare back a $15 billion class action lawsuit accusing the company of illegally tracking users.

Source: NBC News

03/22/2021

Supreme Court agrees to hear case on Boston Marathon bomber's death sentence

The justices granted a request the Justice Department made under President Donald Trump to restore the death penalty against bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Source: Politico

03/22/2021

Supreme Court agrees to review Boston Marathon bomber's death penalty case

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to review a lower court opinion that wiped away the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the brothers convicted in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that killed three spectators and injured hundreds.

Source: CNN

03/16/2021

Uber's UK drivers to get paid vacation, pensions following Supreme Court ruling

Uber is reclassifying its 70,000 drivers in the United Kingdom after the UK Supreme Court upheld a ruling last month that they should be classified as workers and not independent contractors.

Source: CNN

03/09/2021

Supreme Court showdown over Trump’s immigration legacy ends with a whimper

Three major cases went up in smoke after Biden abandoned Trump policies.

Source: Vox

03/09/2021

Supreme Court agrees to dismiss challenge to Trump public charge rule | TheHill

The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to a Biden administration request to dismiss an upcoming...

Source: The Hill

03/08/2021

Supreme Court keeps ex-students' lawsuit alive in college speech zone case

The Supreme Court ruled two former students at a public college in Georgia can keep their lawsuit going against a campus speech policy.

Source: NBC News

03/02/2021

Supreme Court Seems Ready To Uphold Restrictive Voting Laws

The court heard arguments in a case that could allow state legislatures to make it more difficult for some to vote. The arguments centered on a key portion of the Voting Rights Act.

Source: NPR

03/02/2021

Supreme Court justices consider extent of voting-rights protections for minorities

The Supreme Court shed much heat but little light on Tuesday during arguments over the scope of Voting Rights Act protections for minorities.

Source: CNBC

03/02/2021

Supreme Court Seems Ready to Sustain Arizona Voting Limits

The court also signaled that it could tighten the standards for using the Voting Rights Act to challenge all kinds of voting restrictions.

Source: New York Times

03/01/2021

Conservative Supreme Court majority gets another crack at the Voting Rights Act

The Supreme Court is poised on Tuesday to hear a case that supporters of voting rights fear will lead the court's new conservative majority to weaken a key provision of the Voting Rights Act that prohibits laws that result in racial discrimination.

Source: CNN

03/01/2021

Progressive group launches ad comparing Supreme Court justices to segregationists

Demand Justice will air a TV ad urging lawmakers to support voting rights legislation

Source: Politico

03/01/2021

The Supreme Court finally rejected Sidney Powell's election conspiracy theory lawsuits

It extends an extraordinary losing streak for lawsuits from Donald Trump and his allies seeking to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.

Source: Business Insider

03/01/2021

Supreme Court to hear major test of voting rights law

The U.S. Supreme Court takes up a court fight Tuesday over voting rights in battleground Arizona, and the outcome may affect dozens of other states.

Source: NBC News

02/28/2021

Supreme Court to again consider federal protections for minority voters

A more conservative court could make changes in how rules for next election will be set.

Source: The Washington Post

02/22/2021

New York Attorney General Letitia James says Trump Supreme Court ruling won't affect her tax probe

The New York attorney general and Manhattan DA are separately investigating President Donald Trump and his company.

Source: CNBC

02/22/2021

Read Donald Trump's Full Statement After Supreme Court Allows Prosecutors to Access Tax Returns

The ex-president complained of "continuing political persecution" after the court on Monday rejected attempts to shield his financial information from prosecutors.

Source: Newsweek

02/22/2021

Supreme Court refuses to take up Stormy Daniels appeal in defamation case against Trump

The Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up a defamation case that the adult movie actress known as Stormy Daniels filed against former President Donald Trump, leaving in place lower court rulings that went against her.

Source: CNN

02/22/2021

Supreme Court again rejects Trump’s bid to shield tax returns, other financial records from Manhattan prosecutor

After a four-month delay, the court denied the former president’s motion in a one-sentence order with no recorded dissents.

Source: The Washington Post

02/19/2021

UK Supreme Court says Uber drivers are not independent contractors

Uber's "gig economy" business model is under attack around the world.

Source: Ars Technica

02/19/2021

UK Supreme Court rules that Uber drivers are 'workers,' not independent contractors

The UK Supreme Court has ruled that Uber must classify its drivers as workers and not independent contractors, a decision that could deliver a major blow to the company's business model in one of its most important markets.

Source: CNN

02/19/2021

Former WWE wrestlers take brain damage case to Supreme Court

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Several former pro wrestlers who claimed in lawsuits that World Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head injuries are taking their case to the U. S. Supreme Court. A lawyer for the former wrestlers filed a…

Source: WOAI

02/19/2021

Ex-WWE wrestlers' brain damage lawsuit being taken to Supreme Court

Several former pro wrestlers who claimed in lawsuits that World Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head injuries are taking their case to the U.S. Supreme Court. A lawyer …

Source: New York Post

02/18/2021

Former WWE wrestlers take brain damage case to Supreme Court

Dozens of former pro wrestlers who claimed in lawsuits that World Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head injuries are taking their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Source: Fox News

02/14/2021

Supreme Court clears way for ex-Green Beret's extradition to Japan in smuggling case

The U.S. Army Special Forces veteran and his son are accused of helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan last year with Ghosn tucked away in a box on a private jet.

Source: Armytimes.com

02/13/2021

Supreme Court Clears Way for Extradition of Two Americans Accused in Ghosn Escape

Decision brings an end to a nine-month legal effort by a father and his son to avoid being sent to Japan to face criminal charges

Source: The Wall Street Journal

02/13/2021

Supreme Court OKs extradition of U.S. citizens accused of 'brazen' escape of Carlos Ghosn

Authorities say Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan CEO, was smuggled out of Japan in a music equipment box loaded onto a private jet.

Source: USA Today

02/10/2021

Biden administration asks Supreme Court to save Obamacare, flipping Trump arguments

The Biden administration told the Supreme Court on Wednesday that it should uphold the Affordable Care Act, reversing the position of the Trump administration that had urged the justices to strike down the entire law amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Source: CNN

02/08/2021

Some California churches reopen after Supreme Court lifts ban

Other churches were still trying to work out what the ruling that lifted California's ban on indoor services meant for them.

Source: Los Angeles Times

02/07/2021

'For us, it's just not the right time': Religious leaders react to Supreme Court ruling

The United States Supreme Court issued a ruling that affects California’s current ban on indoor services at houses of worship across the state.

Source: KCRA Sacramento

02/07/2021

Supreme Court ruling allows in-person church services in California

The U.S. Supreme Court granted an appeal by churches late Friday evening, opening the door for in-person worship this Sunday.

Source: Los Angeles Times

02/06/2021

Supreme Court says California worship restrictions violate religious rights

Justices made clear that they are willing to second-guess state officials fighting the pandemic when religion is at stake.

Source: The Washington Post

02/06/2021

Supreme Court says California cannot ban indoor church services

The Supreme Court ruled that California can keep for now a ban on singing and chanting indoors.

Source: CBS News

02/06/2021

Supreme Court Partly Backs Religious Challenge to California Virus Restrictions

The ruling followed a similar one in a case from New York and provided more evidence of a change in the court’s direction after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Source: New York Times

02/06/2021

Supreme Court blocks enforcement of some California COVID-19 rules for churches

The case was the latest in which the court was asked to consider state orders seeking to slow the spread of COVID-19 in light of the First Amendment.

Source: USA Today

02/06/2021

Supreme Court lifts California worship bans prompted by coronavirus

The ruling issued just before 11 p.m. ET Friday produced four separate statements by the justices.

Source: Politico

02/03/2021

Supreme Court sides with Germany in Nazi-era art dispute

The Supreme Court made it harder for a lawsuit involving religious artworks obtained by the Nazis from Jewish art dealers to continue in U.S. courts.

Source: NBC News

02/03/2021

Supreme Court cancels arguments over Trump-era immigration policies at Biden administration's request

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to a request by the Biden administration to remove two immigration-related cases from its upcoming calendar because they were no longer necessary due to policy changes by the new administration.

Source: Fox News

01/29/2021

Facebook's 'Supreme Court' taking comments on Trump's suspension

The group has until April to decide on whether to reinstate the former president's Facebook account.

Source: Politico

01/25/2021

Supreme Court dismisses emoluments cases against Trump

The Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear a case concerning whether former President Donald Trump violated provisions of the Constitution that bar a president from profiting from a foreign government.

Source: CNN

01/24/2021

The Supreme Court's run out of excuses to avoid controversial issues

In the aftermath of a divisive election, a riot at the US Capitol and the unprecedented final days of the Trump administration, the Supreme Court kept many controversial issues in a holding pattern of sorts, sticking to Chief Justice John Roberts' objective o…

Source: CNN

01/24/2021

Trump pressed DOJ to go to Supreme Court in bid to overturn election: report | TheHill

Former President Trump reportedly pressed the Department of Justice (DOJ) to take his bid to over...

Source: The Hill

01/24/2021

Wall Street Journal: Trump pressured DOJ to file case with Supreme Court to overturn election results

Former President Donald Trump pushed the Department of Justice to directly ask the Supreme Court to invalidate President Joe Biden's election win, people familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal.

Source: CNN

01/21/2021

Facebook is referring Trump ban to its 'Supreme Court' which cannot be overruled by Zuckerberg or execs

Facebook on Thursday announced that it will refer its decision to indefinitely suspend the account of former President Donald Trump to its Oversight Board.

Source: CNBC

01/19/2021

U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs Merck appeal in hepatitis C patent fight with Gilead

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Merck & Co Inc's bid to revive a $2.54 billion jury verdict it won against rival drugmaker Gilead Sciences Inc for...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

01/16/2021

'This is not justice': supreme court liberals slam Trump's federal executions

Sonia Sotomayor and Stephen Breyer issue stinging dissents after Dustin Higgs becomes 13th and last inmate killed by administration

Source: The Guardian

01/16/2021

Supreme Court's liberal justices lash out at unprecedented 'rush' of executions as Trump leaves office

As the country focused on the aftermath of riots in the US Capitol and the unprecedented second impeachment of President Donald Trump, the liberal justices of the Supreme Court spent Trump's last full week in office battling his administration's long-term obj…

Source: CNN

01/15/2021

Cuomo OKs Indoor Dining in NY Orange Zones (for Now) After State Supreme Court Ruling

New York has temporarily OK’d indoor dining in orange cluster zones after a state Supreme Court decision this week in favor of some Erie County…

Source: NBC New York

01/13/2021

Here's Why the Supreme Court Cited Taylor Swift's Sexual Assault Case

During Supreme Court oral hearings on Tuesday, a line was drawn between a First Amendment case against a college and Taylor Swift's high-profile sexual assault case, in which she sought (and won) $1 in damages.

Source: Billboard

01/13/2021

Supreme Court allows execution of only woman on death row

The Supreme Court allowed her execution to go ahead in a ruling late Tuesday.

Source: Axios

01/12/2021

Supreme Court allows government to enforce abortion pill rule

The Supreme Court lifted a nationwide injunction preventing the Trump administration from enforcing a rule to regulate a pill used in medication abortions

Source: NBC News

01/12/2021

Gig workers and unions sue in California Supreme Court to have Prop 22 overturned

The lawsuit alleges Prop 22 violated the state constitution and limited the powers of legislators to provide labor protections they are authorized to grant.

Source: The Washington Post

12/28/2020

Nintendo's victory over MariCar finalized by Supreme Court of Japan

Judge Katsuyuki Kizawa of the Supreme Court of Japan on Dec 25 dismissed an appeal by Mari Mobility Development Inc, regarding the popular tourist attraction once known as MariCar. As a result, their three-year legal battle with Nintendo has ended in favor of…

Source: Japan Today

12/27/2020

Nintendo’s victory over MariCar finalized by Supreme Court of Japan

The final shell was cast in the long legal battle, and it was a blue one.

Source: SoraNews24

12/26/2020

Trump Attacks FBI, DOJ, Supreme Court and GOP Senators in Boxing Day Twitter Tirade

In a series of tweets Saturday, the president attacked a variety of people and departments for not backing his voter fraud claims.

Source: Newsweek

12/26/2020

Trump rails at Justice Dept., Supreme Court as stimulus bill deadline nears

The president took aim at the FBI and DOJ for not pursuing baseless claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election.

Source: Politico

12/26/2020

Trump: Supreme Court 'totally incompetent' for refusing to overturn election - Business Insider

Trump called Biden a "Fake President" and said the US election "was the election of a third world country," alleging millions of "corrupt" votes.

Source: Business Insider

12/26/2020

Amy Coney Barrett steers the Supreme Court to the right, but not toward President Trump

Source: USA Today

12/26/2020

Japan's Supreme Court Throws a Blue Shell at Mari Mobility's Appeal Against Nintendo

Source: Google News

12/25/2020

Utah Supreme Court warns about jury duty scam

Source: fox13now.com

12/21/2020

Trump campaign petitions Supreme Court to overturn Pa. election results

The petition seeks to reverse a trio of Pennsylvania Supreme Court cases having to do with mail-in ballots and asks the court to reject voters’ will and allow the Pennsylvania General Assembly to pick its own slate of electors.

Source: New York Daily News

12/20/2020

Trump wants Supreme Court to overturn Pennsylvania election results

The president and his legal team have repeatedly tried to change the outcome in Pa.

Source: Politico

12/20/2020

Trump wants Supreme Court to overturn Pa. election results

WASHINGTON — Undeterred by dismissals and admonitions from judges, President Donald Trump’s campaign continued with its unprecedented efforts to overturn the results of the Nov 3. election Sunday, saying it had filed a new petition with the Supreme Court. The…

Source: TribLIVE

12/20/2020

Trump wants Supreme Court to overturn Pa. election results

WASHINGTON (AP) — Undeterred by dismissals and admonitions from judges, President Donald Trump's campaign continued with its unprecedented efforts to overturn the results of the Nov 3. election...

Source: Associated Press

12/20/2020

Trump campaign brings new U.S. Supreme Court challenge over Pennsylvania’s 2020 election

The challenges center on decisions the state Supreme Court made over how and which mail ballots are counted.

Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

12/18/2020

Supreme Court: Trump wins the narrowest victory on his latest attempt to rig the census

Trump wins, for now. But the case is very likely to be back again soon.

Source: Vox

12/18/2020

Brazil: Supreme Court Approves Limited Rights for People Not Taking Coronavirus Vaccine

Brazil's Supreme Federal Tribunal ruled authorities could limit the freedoms of individuals who refuse to take a coronavirus vaccine.

Source: Breitbart News

12/18/2020

Supreme Court punts on Trump bid to exclude immigrants from census

The high court's six Republican nominees ruled that the legal challenge to Trump's order was "premature."

Source: Politico

12/18/2020

Supreme Court throws out challenge to Trump's plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from census count

The Supreme Court on Friday threw out a challenge for now to President Donald Trump's bid to exclude undocumented immigrants from being counted when seats in Congress are divvied up between the states next year, but left open the possibility the issue could b…

Source: CNN

12/16/2020

Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On NCAA Limits On College Athlete Pay

The commercialization of big-time college sports has led to questions about whether the players are employees or student athletes.

Source: NPR

12/16/2020

Supreme Court to Hear NCAA Antitrust Case on College-Athlete Compensation

Justices agree to take up NCAA appeal of ruling that it unlawfully limited competition for college athletes

Source: The Wall Street Journal

12/16/2020

Supreme Court takes up NCAA antitrust dispute over compensation for college athletes

The justices will likely hear arguments in the legal battle in the spring of 2021.

Source: CBS News

12/14/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Trump Election Challenge 'Unreasonable In The Extreme'

"Striking these votes now — after the election, and in only two of Wisconsin's 72 counties ... would be an extraordinary step for this court to take. We will not do so," Justice Brian Hagedorn wrote.

Source: NPR

12/14/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court tosses Trump election lawsuit

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A narrowly divided Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday rejected President Donald Trump’s lawsuit attempting to overturn his election loss in the battleground state about an hour...

Source: Associated Press

12/14/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court tosses Trump election lawsuit

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has rejected President Donald Trump’s lawsuit attempting to overturn his loss to Democrat Joe Biden in the battleground state.

Source: WMTV

12/13/2020

'Saturday Night Live' mocks Trump over Supreme Court's refusal to hear Texas case, coronavirus vaccine rollout

“Saturday Night Live” sounded off on the Supreme Court’s decision to decline to hear a Texas case seeking to overturn the election results that was backed by Donald Trump.

Source: Fox News

12/13/2020

LIVE UPDATES: Trump legal team loses Wisconsin case, argues another in state's Supreme Court

Follow for the latest updates on the 2020 election legal challenges.

Source: Fox News

12/12/2020

Republicans Find Themselves Speechless Following a Supreme Court Defeat

A ruling against President Trump appears to leave no avenue forward for the president, forcing Republicans to “play the hand we’re dealt.”

Source: New York Times

12/12/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge Tells Trump Attorney His Phony Lawsuit 'Smacks of Racism'

The Trump campaign is seeking to throw out more than 200,000 ballots in the state’s largest, most diverse counties.

Source: Daily Beast

12/12/2020

Imploding MAGA World Turns to Civil War, Secession After Supreme Court Disaster

In an epic dummy spit, vloggers Diamond & Silk called for military intervention and internet troll Milo Yiannopoulos said the only options left were war or secession.

Source: Daily Beast

12/12/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court hears Trump lawsuit seeking to overturn state's election

President Donald Trump's legal team Saturday will go before the state Supreme Court in one of his last efforts to overturn Wisconsin's election results after a string of legal defeats.

Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

12/12/2020

LIVE UPDATES: Giuliani says Supreme Court rejection of Texas lawsuit won't end election fight

Follow for the latest updates on the 2020 election legal fight.

Source: Fox News

12/12/2020

McEnany argues Supreme Court ‘hid behind procedure' in rejecting Texas election lawsuit

The Supreme Court justices who rejected Texas' bid to overturn the election results in four key states "hid behind procedure" instead of reviewing the "facts of the case" that "still stand," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told "Hannity" Friday.

Source: Fox News

12/12/2020

Does Trump have any options after Supreme Court rejects Texas lawsuit?

'Fox News @ Night' anchor Shannon Bream examines whether president's campaign has way forward on 'The Story'

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

12/12/2020

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Texas election challenge; Wisconsin high court to hear Trump case

Trump had called the lawsuit filed by Texas against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin “the big one.”

Source: Madison.com

12/11/2020

Supreme court rejects Trump-backed Texas lawsuit aiming to overturn election results

Court blocks baseless effort by Republicans to undo Joe Biden’s victory in four states

Source: The Guardian

12/11/2020

What's next in the states' fight over the election at the Supreme Court

State attorneys general went to battle at the Supreme Court on Thursday, taking sides on President Donald Trump's bid to pull off an unprecedented legal victory that would bring the election to a screeching halt.

Source: CNN

12/11/2020

UK Supreme Court enables $18.5 billion class action against Mastercard

The UK Supreme Court on Friday allowed a 14 billion pound ($18.5 billion) class action to proceed against Mastercard for allegedly overcharging more than 46 million people in Britain over a 15-year period in a landmark judgment.

Source: Reuters

12/11/2020

With time running out, Trump and GOP allies turn up pressure on Supreme Court in election assault

More than 100 Republican House members signed on to a legal brief supporting a Texas-led motion that experts called a political exercise bound to fail in the high court.

Source: The Washington Post

12/11/2020

Rep. Tom Emmer backs bid to get U.S. Supreme Court to overturn election

Minnesota among 24 states, some led by Republican governor, asking

Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

12/10/2020

The Texas attorney general taking Trump's voter fraud conspiracies to the Supreme Court

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who has fought in the courts for President Donald Trump's causes before, has emerged as one of the final defenders of the President's baseless claims of voter fraud in hopes of overturning the election.

Source: CNN

12/10/2020

Trevor Noah on Trump's supreme court dismissal: his 'bar fight with reality' may be over

Late-night hosts recap the supreme court’s rebuke of a Hail Mary lawsuit to overturn the election in Pennsylvania, and discuss Trump’s pardon-palooza

Source: The Guardian

12/10/2020

Trump asked Ted Cruz to argue Texas election lawsuit if it reaches Supreme Court

President Donald Trump personally asked Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas if he would argue a long-shot election lawsuit seeking to overturrn the election results in four battleground states, should the Supreme Court agree to take it up, two sources told CNN …

Source: CNN

12/09/2020

Supreme Court Weighs President’s Power to Fire Head of Housing Agency

The case was brought by shareholders of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, who say the law that created the agency was unconstitutional and that they are owed billions.

Source: New York Times

12/09/2020

Trump Asks Supreme Court To Let Him Join Widely Scorned Texas Election Lawsuit

The suit, viewed by election experts as a baseless Hail Mary attempt to get the justices to invalidate Joe Biden's victory, has little to no chance of success.

Source: NPR

12/09/2020

Supreme Court: Alito is a voice of reason in Fannie Mae housing case

The Court’s most loyal Republican appears to recognize that throwing the economy into chaos would be bad.

Source: Vox

12/09/2020

Trump says he will join Texas in long-shot Supreme Court bid to undo Biden White House win

Trump said he will join Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's long-shot effort at the Supreme Court to reverse Joe Biden's victory in the election.

Source: CNBC

12/09/2020

Supreme Court to hear Fannie, Freddie case on profit sweep

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider today whether investors can challenge the 2012 agreements that let the government collect more than $300B in profits from mortgage giants Fannie Mae (OTCQB:FNMA) and Freddie Mac (OTCQB:FMCC).A ruling that favors investors …

Source: Seeking Alpha

12/09/2020

Nevada Supreme Court rejects Trump campaign’s appeal to overturn Biden’s win

After finding that the Trump campaign failed to identify “any unsupported factual findings,” the state’s high court concluded that it had also “identified none.”

Source: The Washington Post

12/09/2020

Arizona Supreme Court rejects GOP effort to overturn election results, affirms Biden win in state

Source: Google News

12/08/2020

Supreme Court Rejects Republican Challenge to Pennsylvania Vote

In a one-sentence order, the court refused to overturn election results that had already been certified and submitted.

Source: New York Times

12/08/2020

Supreme Court rejects Trump ally's push to overturn Biden win in Pennsylvania

The Supreme Court on Tuesday turned back an effort by Republicans to reverse President-elect Joe Biden's victory in Pennsylvania.

Source: CNBC

12/08/2020

Trump appeals to legislatures and Supreme Court in attempt to overturn the election he lost

President Donald Trump made an explicit appeal to lawmakers and the US Supreme Court on Tuesday to help him overturn the results of an election he lost, his latest and most vocal attempt to cling to power even as his presidency comes to an end.

Source: CNN

12/08/2020

Supreme Court Justices Appeared Dazzled by Legal Celebrity at Oral Arguments in Robocall Case Against Facebook

The justices heard oral arguments Tuesday in Facebook, Inc. v. Duguid, a case about interpretation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA); the statute outlaws certain robocalls and robotexts sent to cell phones.

Source: Law & Crime

12/08/2020

Cruz explains why he agreed to argue Pa. election case if Supreme Court takes it up

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told "Hannity" Monday that he agreed to present oral arguments before the Supreme Court in a key election-related case -- should the high court take the matter up -- because the matter "raises very serious issues."

Source: Fox News

12/05/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects move to nullify election; federal judge calls idea 'bizarre'

"This is a dangerous path we are being asked to tread," Justice Brian Hagedorn writes for the majority.

Source: Madison.com

12/04/2020

Supreme Court sets date for state response in Mike Kelly election suit. Is it a day late?

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito late Thursday set a deadline for Pennsylvania officials to respond to a request to throw out the state’s mail-in voting results — or possibly the entire election. But the date set — Dec. 9 — is the day after the “safe h…

Source: TribLIVE

12/02/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court hears arguments in Bill Cosby appeal

Cosby, 83, hopes to overturn​ his 2018 sex assault conviction because the judge let prosecutors call five other accusers who said Cosby mistreated them the same way he did his victim, Andrea Constand.

Source: CBS News

12/01/2020

Supreme Court weighs child-slavery case against Nestlé USA, Cargill

Human rights advocates are seeking to hold Nestlé USA and Cargill responsible for the mistreatment of six Malians who say they were trafficked as children to work on cocoa farms.

Source: The Washington Post

12/01/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court hears Bill Cosby's plea to overturn sex assault conviction

Source: ABC News

12/01/2020

U.S. Supreme Court justices question human rights claims against Nestle and Cargill

U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared wary of barring lawsuits against American companies over alleged human rights abuses abroad but signaled they could toss out a case accusing Cargill Inc and a Nestle SA subsidiary of knowingly helping to perpetu…

Source: Reuters

12/01/2020

Bill Cosby’s Rape Conviction Appeal Before PA Supreme Court Becomes Pitched Virtual Battle; Actor Praises “Beautiful Presentation” By Defense Lawyer

Days after deep-sixing Donald Trump’s latest lunge to overturn the 2020 presidential election, Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court on Tuesday took up Bill Cosby’s Hail Mary appeal of his 2018 rape conviction. With some minor technical glitches, this morning’s about …

Source: Deadline

12/01/2020

Bill Cosby's legal team to argue his appeal in Pennsylvania Supreme Court today

Bill Cosby's legal team is set to argue in Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday that two key decisions in his criminal trial were wrongly decided.

Source: CNN

11/30/2020

Supreme Court Weighs Trump Plan To Exclude Undocumented Immigrants In Census Case

If President Trump succeeds, it will be the first time unauthorized immigrants will not be counted for purposes of drawing new congressional districts.

Source: NPR

11/30/2020

Supreme Court hears arguments in Trump plan to cut undocumented immigrants from Census

The Supreme Court on Monday will return and take up another of President Donald Trump's immigration-related policies as it considers the attempt to exclude undocumented immigrants from being counted in the Census totals when seats in Congress are divvied up b…

Source: CNN

11/29/2020

Trump says his election challenges probably won't make it to the Supreme Court

Donald Trump acknowledged his vanishing path to overturning the results of the 2020 election in court during the first full interview since his defeat.

Source: CNBC

11/29/2020

Pennsylvania supreme court throws out Republican bid to reject 2.5m mail-in votes

Judge says plaintiff ‘failed to allege that even a single mail-in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted’

Source: Theguardian.comus-news

11/29/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court denies another bid by Trump allies to halt election certification

Source: ABC News

11/29/2020

Pa. Supreme Court dismisses Republican congressman's bid to toss mail-in ballots, halt certification

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a case Saturday night brought by Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., and a handful of other Republican voters who sought to overturn last year's law creating no-excuse mail-in voting as well as halt any further action in certifyin…

Source: Fox News

11/29/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit Saturday night from US Rep. Mike Kelly and other Republicans, after they had tried to invalidate absentee voting and block the certification of votes in recent weeks.

Source: CNN

11/27/2020

In Covid-19 regulations case, Sotomayor dissent claps back at Supreme Court majority

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the nation's only Latina justice, penned another of her fiery dissents, warning about the Court's majority opinion on New York Covid-19 regulations.

Source: NBC News

11/27/2020

Rev. Franklin Graham praises 3 Trump-appointed Supreme Court justices after New York religious case

President Trump deserves thanks for appointing three conservative Supreme Court justices , each of whom ruled this week in favor of religious groups and against New York government officials seeking to curb congregation sizes at religious services, a key supp…

Source: Fox News

11/26/2020

Supreme Court ruling doesn't have 'any practical effect,' Cuomo says

Governor responds to decision limiting number of worshipers in Covid hot spots.

Source: Politico

11/26/2020

Coronavirus updates: Thanksgiving parade goes on without crowds; Supreme Court blocks NY worship restrictions; CDC projects 321K deaths

The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade marches on, but the balloons are distancing. New CDC report says the US misses 8 virus cases for every one counted.

Source: USA Today

11/26/2020

Amy Coney Barrett Plays Decisive Role As Supreme Court Bars New York COVID Restrictions on Religious Services

The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish synagogues in the Brooklyn and Queens borough of New York City sued to challenge attendance limits at houses of worship.

Source: Newsweek

11/26/2020

In a 5-4 ruling, Supreme Court sides with religious groups in a dispute over Covid-19 restrictions in New York

In a 5-4 ruling, the US Supreme Court sided with religious organizations in a dispute over Covid-19 restrictions put in place by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo limiting the number of people attending religious services.

Source: CNN

11/26/2020

Splitting 5 to 4, Supreme Court Backs Religious Challenge to Cuomo’s Virus Shutdown Order

Justice Amy Coney Barrett played a decisive role in the decision, which took the opposite approach of earlier court rulings related to coronavirus restrictions in California and Nevada.

Source: New York Times

11/23/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects Trump campaign's effort to block counting certain absentee ballots

Pennsylvania's Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Trump campaign's effort to block the counting of absentee ballots with missing dates or names, clearing the way for 10,000 votes to be counted in Philadelphia and Allegheny counties, in another defeat for Pr…

Source: CNN

11/23/2020

PA Supreme Court rejects Trump challenge to absentee ballots in Allegheny County

President Trump’s attorneys asked the courts to throw out ballots that were missing information.

Source: Fox News

11/23/2020

Pa. Supreme Court says undated mail-in ballots in Nicole Ziccarelli case can be counted

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Monday afternoon ruled that 2,349 undated mail-in ballots in Allegheny County can be counted in the state’s election results — dashing a challenge by 45th senatorial district candidate Nicole Ziccarelli. The court’s 35-page opin…

Source: TribLIVE

11/23/2020

Pa. Supreme Court allows count of 2000 ballots challenged by Nicole Ziccarelli - Pittsburgh Post

False

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

11/20/2020

Supreme Court drops arguments in House fight for Mueller documents from schedule

Supreme Court drops planned oral argument in House committee’s fight to get documents from Mueller special counsel investigation of Trump.

Source: NBC News

11/10/2020

5 takeaways from the Supreme Court's Obamacare arguments

The Supreme Court appeared poised to again reject a Republican-backed attempt to kill the Affordable Care Act, based on the justices' tone during two hours of oral arguments Tuesday.

Source: CNN

11/10/2020

Supreme Court appears willing to leave Obamacare in place

Obamacare seemed likely to withstand its third challenge at the Supreme Court after Roberts and Kavanaugh expressed an unwillingness to strike it down.

Source: CNBC

11/09/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to hear appeal over granting Trump campaign closer access to count | TheHill

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday said it would hear an appeal from the Philadelphia...

Source: The Hill

11/09/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Consider Poll Observer Challenge

Source: Bloomberg

11/08/2020

Cruz insists Trump 'still has a path to victory,' vote count lawsuits could 'easily' reach Supreme Court

Sen. Ted Cruz insisted on Sunday that President Trump "still has a path to victory" and predicted the Trump team's legal battle could reach the Supreme Court.

Source: Fox News

11/07/2020

Supreme Court Lawyer Says Trump's Winless Election Litigation Streak Will Continue: 'Not Going to Get Better'

"It's fundamentally un-American."

Source: Newsweek

11/07/2020

The Supreme Court hands Trump a small victory in Pennsylvania’s vote count.

Source: New York Times

11/07/2020

US Supreme Court agrees with PA Sec. Boockvar on mail-in ballot counting process

Officials say the count of provisional ballots is now underway.

Source: WGAL Susquehanna Valley Pa.

11/07/2020

US Supreme Court weighs in on GOP request in Pennsylvania mail-in ballot case

Justice Alito gives order, repeating Pennsylvania secretary of state's guidance.

Source: KCCI Des Moines

11/07/2020

U.S. Supreme Court justice orders Pa. counties to separate, but keep counting, late-arriving mail ballots

PHILADELPHIA — In a move that could signal the U.S. Supreme Court is one step closer to intervening in a fight over Pennsylvania’s grace-period for late-arriving mail ballots, Justice Samuel Alito on Friday ordered all counties to keep separate any ballots th…

Source: TribLIVE

11/07/2020

Supreme Court Intervenes in Pennsylvania Vote Count as Alito Orders Late Ballots Separated

Pennsylvania officials argue there are too few ballots that meet the criteria for being separated to make a difference in the outcome of the election.

Source: Newsweek

11/06/2020

W.Va. Supreme Court says state soccer tournament can kick off as usual

AAA teams ready to play at state tournament.

Source: West Virginia MetroNews

11/06/2020

SSAC asks Supreme Court to take up soccer case

TRO delaying AAA tournament still stands.

Source: West Virginia MetroNews

11/04/2020

Trump touts wins in key states, says he will fight election in Supreme Court

Donald Trump and Joe Biden address supporters with race still too close to call.

Source: PennLive

11/03/2020

Supreme Court's Abortion Cases Could Threaten Birth Control, Too : Shots - Health News

In talk of the impact Amy Coney Barrett could have on abortion rights, many people overlook related cases that might be in play, including the right to birth control that the court recognized in 1965.

Source: NPR

11/03/2020

Twitter censors Trump's tweet knocking Supreme Court's Pa. vote, Facebook also cracks down

Twitter cracked down on President Trump's account yet again Monday, this time over a tweet slamming a recent Supreme Court ruling on Pennsylvania's extension for ballot counting.

Source: Fox News

11/02/2020

Black Lives Matter activist slams Clarence Thomas after Supreme Court ruling in police officer lawsuit

The Supreme Court ruled 7-1 in favor of Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson, blocking a lawsuit from a Louisiana police officer who was injured by a protester during a demonstration Mckesson organized.

Source: Fox News

11/02/2020

Supreme Court rules in favor of Black Lives Matter organizer

The Supreme Court wiped away a lower court opinion related to Black Lives Matter protests that critics argued would chill the speech rights of demonstrators and dismantle civil rights era precedent that safeguards the First Amendments' right to protest.

Source: CNN

11/02/2020

Supreme Court allows antitrust suit against NFL to proceed

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday an antitrust challenge can go forward to the way the National Football League sells the rights to telecasts of pro football games. The...

Source: Associated Press

11/02/2020

US supreme court rejects NFL, DirecTV appeal in Sunday Ticket antitrust suit

The Supreme Court said an antitrust challenge can go forward to the way the National Football League sells the rights to telecasts of pro football games

Source: Theguardian.comsport

11/02/2020

US supreme court rejects NFL, DirecTV appeal in Sunday Ticket antitrust suit

The Supreme Court said an antitrust challenge can go forward to the way the National Football League sells the rights to telecasts of pro football games

Source: The Guardian

11/02/2020

Supreme Court sides with activist DeRay McKesson in lawsuit over officer injured at protest

The Supreme Court sided with the prominent Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, who is fending off a lawsuit from a police officer injured at a protest.

Source: CNBC

11/02/2020

U.S. Supreme Court rejects NFL, DirecTV appeal in TV package suit

The NFL and DirecTV had asked the justices to overturn a lower court's 2019 ruling that revived the suit filed on behalf of subscribers of "Sunday Ticket...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

11/01/2020

Texas Supreme Court rejects Republican-led effort to throw out nearly 127,000 Harris County votes

A handful of GOP activists and candidates had asked the state's highest civil court to rule Harris County's drive-thru voting locations illegal, and invalidate votes that have already been cast. The challenge has also been filed in federal court.

Source: KPRC Click2Houston

10/30/2020

Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania, North Carolina ballots counted after Election Day: What to know

Recent decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court have allowed Pennsylvania and North Carolina to extend their deadlines for election officials to receive ballots.

Source: Fox News

10/29/2020

Why the Supreme Court let some states count mail-in ballots received after Election Day but not others

In North Carolina, ballots can arrive up to nine days after Election Day; in Pennsylvania, ballots can arrive up to three days late -- for now; and in Wisconsin, the court said ballots must be in by election night.

Source: CNN

10/29/2020

Supreme Court decision to hold off reviewing Pennsylvania election case could impact legal strategy

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that if it ends up reviewing a Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision to allow the receipt of ballots after Election Day, it will not be until after Nov. 3, effectively eliminating one factor of the Republicans’ case.

Source: Fox News

10/29/2020

Supreme Court allows North Carolina to extend deadline for receiving absentee ballots to 9 days after election

The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Wednesday to take up a challenge to North Carolina's decision to allow absentee ballots to be received and counted as late as nine days after voters head to the polls on Nov. 3.

Source: Fox News

10/29/2020

Trump Campaign Suffers North Carolina Setback as Supreme Court Rejects Mall-In Ballot Case

The case sought to shorten the window of time that North Carolina voters had for submitting mail-in ballots from nine days to three days.

Source: Newsweek

10/29/2020

Supreme Court to Let Pennsylvania and North Carolina Accept Absentee Ballots After Election Day

The pair of decisions were welcomed by Democrats. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was expected to cast a deciding vote, did not participate in either decision.

Source: New York Times

10/29/2020

Supreme Court won't block mail ballots in North Carolina arriving up to six days after Election Day

The ruling allows six extra days for accepting ballots sent by mail in North Carolina, a victory for Democrats in the battleground state.

Source: NBC News

10/28/2020

US supreme court deals setback to Republicans over mail-in voting in key states

Court decision allows extension of absentee ballot deadlines in swing states of Pennsylvania and North Carolina

Source: Theguardian.comus-news

10/27/2020

Brett Kavanaugh foreshadows how Supreme Court could disrupt vote counting

Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Monday night set the battle lines for how the Supreme Court should consider post-election lawsuits that could determine the outcome of the presidential race.

Source: CNN

10/27/2020

Supreme Court quashes Wisconsin court order that said absentee ballots could be counted up to 6 days after Election Day

Wisconsin is one of about 30 states that require absentee ballots be received by Election Day to be counted.

Source: CBS News

10/27/2020

With Barrett seated, Republicans push for Supreme Court hearing of Pennsylvania voting case

With Amy Coney Barrett now seated on the Supreme Court, Republicans are pushing for reconsideration of a Pennsylvania case on mail-in voting -- the first potential test of how the new justice will handle election challenges.

Source: CNN

10/27/2020

Supreme Court upholds decision to block Wisconsin mail-in ballot extension

The US Supreme Court on Monday upheld a lower court’s decision to disallow Wisconsin mail-in ballots to be counted if they arrive after Election Day. The high court’s order, coming in a 5-3 vote, a…

Source: New York Post

10/27/2020

Wisconsin can't count mail-in ballots received after election day, supreme court rules

Court sided with Republicans in 5-3 ruling, awarding party a victory in crusade against expanding voting rights and access

Source: The Guardian

10/27/2020

Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as Supreme Court justice at White House

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, fresh off her confirmation to serve as an associate justice on the nation's highest court, took her constitutional oath on Monday at the White House.

Source: Fox News

10/27/2020

Supreme Court: The radical implications of the new Wisconsin mail-in ballots ruling

The Supreme Court’s new decision on Wisconsin mail-in ballots threatens a century of voting rights law.

Source: Vox

10/26/2020

Senate set to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court on Monday

The Senate was expected to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, capping a bitter fight over the partisan make-up of the panel.

Source: CNBC

10/26/2020

Senate to vote on Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation to Supreme Court following all-night Senate session

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is poised become the ninth justice on the Supreme Court on Monday, solidifying a 6-3 conservative majority on the high court.

Source: USA Today

10/26/2020

Senate to confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee a week ahead of Election Day

Senate Republicans are poised to confirm President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Monday, a major victory for the President and his party just days before November 3, that promises to push the high court in a more conservative direct…

Source: CNN

10/25/2020

Amy Coney Barrett's first case as Supreme Court justice could be one that decides presidential election

If Barrett is confirmed to become a member of the highest bench in the country, one of the first cases she could hear as a new Supreme Court justice could decide who wins the White House.

Source: Fox News

10/25/2020

Murkowski's nod gives Barrett extra boost for Supreme Court

WASHINGTON (AP) — Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett won crucial backing when one of the last Republican holdouts against filling the seat during an election season announced support for...

Source: Associated Press

10/24/2020

Murkowski Shifts Stance, Says She Will Vote to Confirm Barrett to Supreme Court

The Alaska senator says she is opposed to the process but doesn’t want to punish a nominee she feels is qualified.

Source: Slate Magazine

10/24/2020

Sen. Murkowski says she'll support Trump nominee Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court

The Republican had been a rare holdout on Barrett, decrying that her nomination had proceeded so close to a presidential election.

Source: Anchorage Daily News

10/24/2020

Lisa Murkowski says she will vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

The Republican senator has previously criticized Barrett's Supreme Court nomination due to the proximity to the 2020 presidential election, but announced her support during a speech on the Senate floor on Saturday.

Source: CNBC

10/24/2020

Murkowski to back Barrett for Supreme Court, despite opposing GOP process

Senate Republicans plan to confirm the Supreme Court nominee on Monday, over furious Democratic opposition.

Source: Politico

10/24/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Mail-in ballots can’t be rejected over mismatched signatures

It’s a blow for Republicans who challenged the state’s guidance that different-looking signatures shouldn’t be disqualifying.

Source: Vox

10/24/2020

Supreme Court sides mostly with Republicans in last-minute voting cases

The U.S. Supreme Court has faced a stream of last-minute appeals over election procedures since the spring, and most of the time it has rejected calls to allow less restrictive voting measures despite the pandemic.

Source: NBC News

10/23/2020

PA Supreme Court tosses ballot signature-matching rule

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Friday ruled that ballots cannot be thrown out if the signature on the ballot does not match the signature on the ballot application.

Source: Fox News

10/23/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court says ballots can’t be rejected based on signature comparisons

The court ruling backed up a policy issued by the state election office earlier this year.

Source: Politico

10/23/2020

Democrats force Senate into unusual but brief closed session to discuss Barrett nomination to Supreme Court

Democrats lack the votes to stop confirmation of Trump’s nominee, which is expected Monday evening.

Source: The Washington Post

10/22/2020

Ken Starr: Amy Coney Barrett could be on Supreme Court for 4 decades and become next chief justice

“First of all, look at her age as well as her background which is so stellar and outstanding. She is 48 years old. Justice Ginsburg was 87 when she passed from this life. So, just doing the arithmetic, she has the potential to stay on, lets say, for four deca…

Source: Fox News

10/22/2020

Iowa Supreme Court sides with Republicans on absentee ballot requests

The Iowa Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court’s ruling on a new law that makes it more difficult to fill absentee ballot requests ahead of the upcoming deadline.

Source: Fox News

10/22/2020

Republicans vote to advance Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted on Thursday to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.

Source: CNBC

10/22/2020

Live updates: Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation vote may face Dem boycott

Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday a full Senate vote on Barrett's confirmation was being scheduled for next Monday.

Source: Fox News

10/22/2020

Poll: How Utah voters feel about Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court

The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected Thursday to advance U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett to the full Senate in a party-line vote. And a majority of Utahns favor confirmation of President Donald Trump’s pick to replace to the late Justice Ru…

Source: Deseret News

10/20/2020

Supreme Court declines GOP motion against mail-in ballot extension in Pennsylvania

The court split 4-4, with Chief Justice John Roberts taking liberals' side.

Source: CBS News

10/20/2020

US supreme court denies Republican bid to limit Pennsylvania mail-in-voting

The US’s highest court is allowing Pennsylvania to count ballots received up to three days after the presidential election

Source: The Guardian

10/20/2020

US supreme court denies Republican bid to limit Pennsylvania mail-in-voting

The US’s highest court is allowing Pennsylvania to count ballots received up to three days after the presidential election

Source: Theguardian.comus-news

10/20/2020

Supreme Court hands Democrats a small victory. It’s likely to be a big defeat in the long run.

The Supreme Court ruling on Pennsylvania mail-in ballots is a blow to GOP — but the 4-4 vote should scare Democrats.

Source: Vox

10/20/2020

Supreme Court allows 3-day extension for Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

Pennsylvania ballots will be counted up to three days after Election Day, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in shooting down Republican opposition to the extension. The 4-4 ruling by the court upholds…

Source: New York Post

10/19/2020

Supreme Court turns away PA GOP effort to block extended period for turning in ballots

The Supreme Court on Monday shut down a GOP-led effort to block an extended period for counting ballots in the crucial presidential swing state of Pennsylvania.

Source: Fox News

10/18/2020

Buttigieg still supports expanding Supreme Court, defends Biden claim that Barrett nom is 'unconstitutional'

Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who now serves on Joe Biden's transition team, said he continues to support the concept of increasing the size of the Supreme Court, and defended the Democratic presidential nominee's claim that the nomination of…

Source: Fox News

10/17/2020

Crowds gather for Women's March to protest Trump and Supreme Court nominee

Demonstrators wore pink knit pussyhats and black face masks honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Saturday for the second Women's March of the year.

Source: CNN

10/17/2020

Women’s March in D.C. draws hundreds in protest of Supreme Court nominee, Trump

Hundreds are gathering for a rally in Freedom Plaza before marching to the Supreme Court. More than 429 other Women's March events are planned in all 50 states.

Source: The Washington Post

10/17/2020

Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court hearings lacked the drama that Brett Kavanaugh's proceedings had. Here's why.

Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearings lacked the drama of Brett Kavanaugh's proceedings. Here's why.

Source: USA Today

10/16/2020

Supreme Court Will Review Trump’s Plan to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants in Redistricting

A new administration policy, if upheld, would largely shift political power and federal money from Democratic states to Republican ones.

Source: New York Times

10/16/2020

Supreme Court to review Trump's plan to exclude unauthorized immigrants from count used to award House seats

President Trump wants to exclude undocumented immigrants from the count used to award each state seats in Congress.

Source: CBS News

10/16/2020

Supreme Court tees up census case over whether Trump can exclude undocumented immigrants

The court will hear arguments next month and decide whether the president can exclude those without legal status from the count used to apportion congressional districts to the states.

Source: Politico

10/16/2020

Supreme Court To Hear Case On Memo About Census, Unauthorized Immigrants

The justices will hear oral arguments on Nov. 30, increasing the potential for Trump to try to omit unauthorized immigrants from the census numbers used to reallocate House seats while in office.

Source: NPR

10/16/2020

Trump Defends Election Year Supreme Court Nomination | NBC News

Source: Google News

10/15/2020

Romney says he will vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

Utah Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said he will vote to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, after being the lone Republican to vote to convict President Trump during the impeachment hearings.

Source: Fox News

10/15/2020

NCAA Petitions U.S. Supreme Court in Effort to Preserve Athletes' Amateurism

The NCAA petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to allow the organization to continue applying amateur status to college athletes, according to USA Today 's Brent Schrotenboer ...

Source: Bleacher Report

10/15/2020

Last day of Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court hearings to feature debate, character witnesses

The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to debate Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court tomorrow then hear from experts and witnesses.

Source: USA Today

10/15/2020

The Census, the Supreme Court and Why the Count Is Stopping Early: Explained

The Supreme Court has allowed the Trump administration to stop the 2020 count. Here’s what that means for the census.

Source: New York Times

10/14/2020

The Census, the Supreme Court and Why the Count Is Stopping Early

The Supreme Court has allowed the Trump administration to stop the 2020 count. Here’s what that means for the census.

Source: New York Times

10/14/2020

Supreme Court grants Trump administration request to end census count

Source: ABC News

10/14/2020

Trump administration can end census count early, supreme court rules

Ruling comes despite warnings that early shut down would result in inaccurate data

Source: Theguardian.comus-news

10/13/2020

Supreme Court grants Trump administration's request to halt census count while appeal plays out

The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted a request from the Trump administration to halt the census count while an appeal plays out over a lower court's order that it continue.

Source: CNN

10/13/2020

Supreme Court sides with Trump administration to halt 2020 census

The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted the Trump administration’s request to stop the 2020 census from continuing through the end of October. The administration had asked the nation’s hig…

Source: New York Post

10/13/2020

2020 Census Counting Can End Before Oct. 31, Supreme Court Rules

The Trump administration asked, and the Supreme Court allowed, for a suspension to a lower court order that extends the census schedule. The move sharpens the threat of an incomplete count.

Source: NPR

10/13/2020

Trump brings tax return case to Supreme Court again after losses in lower courts

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. wants to see President Donald Trump's income tax returns as part of a criminal probe of the Trump Organization.

Source: CNBC

10/13/2020

Biden Says He's 'Not A Fan' Of Expanding The Supreme Court

The Biden campaign has tried for weeks to shift the focus away from questions over whether he would, as president, seek to increase the number of Supreme Court justices.

Source: NPR

10/13/2020

Senator Elizabeth Warren on Trump's COVID Failure, Supreme Court Seat & Lindsey Graham Hypocrisy

Source: Google News

10/13/2020

Cruz warns 'radical' Democrats won't push back against Biden packing Supreme Court

Democrats' opening statements during Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearing Monday showed their intent to expand the size of the highest court in the land, Senate Judiciary Committee member Ted Cruz, R-Texas, told "Tucker Carlson Tonig…

Source: Fox News

10/12/2020

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett has seven kids. And don’t you dare forget it.

The first day of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was all about children — as visual aids, talking points and proof of bona fides.

Source: The Washington Post

10/12/2020

5 takeaways from Monday's Senate hearing on Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

The first day of confirmation hearings for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett featured plenty of fiery speeches -- many of them aimed at next month's presidential election rather than the nominee herself.

Source: CNN

10/12/2020

Live updates: Senate kicks off Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearings

Amy Coney Barrett will be introduced and make an opening statement before senators on the first day of hearings.

Source: CBS News

10/12/2020

Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett set to begin

Source: Google News

10/12/2020

Here's what to expect at Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearings and who to watch for

The hearings in the Senate Judiciary Committee may be key for a number of senators before November, including Kamala Harris, who sits on the panel.

Source: USA Today

10/12/2020

Amy Coney Barrett: Supreme Court nominee vows to 'apply law as written'

Amy Coney Barrett will seek to justify her nomination by President Trump in a Senate hearing.

Source: BBC News

10/11/2020

Baker, Sununu do not sign GOP governors’ letter supporting Coney Barrett nomination to Supreme Court

Governors Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Chris Sununu of New Hampshire were among four Republican state leaders who did not join their GOP counterparts in signing a Thursday letter pledging support for the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the US S…

Source: The Boston Globe

10/11/2020

Judge Amy Coney Barrett's Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court begin Monday

The Senate is set to begin confirmation hearings Monday for Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

Source: NBC News

10/11/2020

Senate Judiciary Takes Up Barrett Confirmation Amid Coronavirus Pandemic : Live: Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Confirmation

The Senate Judiciary Committee starts confirmation hearings for the nominee for the Supreme Court. With 2 Senators on the panel testing positive for COVID-19 some will participate virtually.

Source: NPR

10/10/2020

5 things to know about Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett - Honolulu Star

WASHINGTON >> Confirmation hearings begin Monday for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett. If confirmed, the 48-year-old appeals court judge would fill the seat of liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last month.

Source: Honolulu Star-Advertiser

10/10/2020

Biden says voters don't deserve to know his stance on packing Supreme Court

Democratic nominee Joe Biden on Friday said that voters don’t deserve to know if he would attempt to pack the Supreme Court if he wins in November and Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to the high court.

Source: Fox News

10/09/2020

How The Supreme Court Could Overturn Roe v. Wade

More than a dozen cases are just one step away from the Supreme Court. They could allow the court to overrule Roe — or to restrict abortion for hundreds of thousands of people.

Source: BuzzFeed News

10/09/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in Bill Cosby's appeal

A Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Bill Cosby's appeal to overturn his April 2018 conviction of aggravated indecent assault. The arguments will be heard during the start of the December session virtually, according to the filing.

Source: CNN

10/09/2020

Supreme Court Refuses To Block Lower Court Order On Abortion Pills

At issue were FDA regulations that required women seeking medication abortion to pick up the prescribed pills in person at a clinic instead of by mail.

Source: NPR

10/08/2020

Supreme Court refuses to restore abortion pill restrictions, for now

The case was the first on abortion decided by the court since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.

Source: Politico

10/08/2020

How Trump's Supreme Court Pick Might Hinder Climate Action

Climate and environment policies nearly always end up in court these days. They may have a harder time surviving if Amy Coney Barrett cements a conservative majority on the Supreme Court.

Source: NPR

10/08/2020

Google’s Supreme Court faceoff with Oracle was a disaster for Google

Supreme Court justices seem poised to allow copyrights on APIs.

Source: Ars Technica

10/08/2020

GOP vows quick confirmation of Trump's Supreme Court pick amid coronavirus turmoil | TheHill

Republicans are vowing a quick confirmation for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee as the pa...

Source: The Hill

10/08/2020

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to allow it to halt census count | TheHill

The Trump administration on Wednesday filed an emergency request to the Supreme Court seeking to...

Source: The Hill

10/07/2020

Supreme Court Asked To Block Order Extending Census

After a lower court ordered the Trump administration to continue counting for the 2020 census through Oct. 31, the Justice Department has asked the high court to allow it to end efforts soon.

Source: NPR

10/07/2020

Supreme Court hears landmark $9B copyright fight between Oracle, Google | TheHill

The Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in a $9 billion copyright infringement fight over...

Source: The Hill

10/07/2020

Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation schedule: A timeline

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is, if Republicans have their way, less than a month away from being confirmed as the next justice on the High Court.

Source: Fox News

10/07/2020

Subpoena for Trump tax returns heading back to Supreme Court after President dealt another setback

The Manhattan district attorney can obtain President Donald Trump's tax returns a federal appeals court ruled, dealing the president another setback in his effort to shield his tax returns from prosecutors but the case is heading to the Supreme Court in a fur…

Source: CNN

10/07/2020

U.S. Supreme Court hears Google bid to end Oracle copyright suit

A jury cleared Google in 2016, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned that decision in 2018, finding that Google's inclusion of Oracle's software code in Android was not permissible under U.S. copyright law.

Source: Fox Business

10/07/2020

The Future of Software Is at Stake in Google’s Latest Trip to the Supreme Court

Google and Oracle's Supreme Court case over Java and Android could rewrite the rules of software development as we know it.

Source: Gizmodo.com

10/07/2020

Google and Oracle are squaring off in the Supreme Court. Here's what's at stake

Oracle and Google are set to clash before the US Supreme Court on Wednesday in what some experts have described as a landmark battle over the future of software development — one that could transform how the internet works and reshape the way businesses desig…

Source: CNN

10/07/2020

Google And Oracle's Decade-Long Copyright Battle Reaches Supreme Court

Oracle accuses Google of illegally copying its software. Google contends the kind of code it used cannot be owned by anyone.

Source: NPR

10/06/2020

The Supreme Court hears Oracle v. Google tomorrow—here’s what’s at stake

The Supreme Court could decide whether APIs can be copyrighted.

Source: Ars Technica

10/06/2020

Supreme Court opens politically charged term with major business cases involving Google, Oracle and Ford

Google, Oracle and Ford are at the Supreme Court in disputes expected to have broad impacts on American businesses and consumers.

Source: CNBC

10/06/2020

Led Zeppelin prevails in "Stairway to Heaven" plagiarism case after Supreme Court decision

Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page testified in 2016 that the chord sequence in question had "been around forever."

Source: CBS News

10/06/2020

Supreme Court restores witness requirement for South Carolina absentee ballots

The high court restored a requirement that absentee ballots in South Carolina be signed by a witness.

Source: CBS News

10/06/2020

Led Zeppelin prevails in "Stairway to Heaven" plagiarism case after Supreme Court decision

Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page testified in 2016 that the chord sequence in question had "been around forever."

Source: CBS News

10/06/2020

US Supreme Court allows SC vote-by-mail restriction to proceed

The Supreme Court on Monday granted a request from South Carolina Republicans to reinstate the state's witness-signature requirement on absentee ballots pending appeal.

Source: CNN

10/05/2020

Justices Thomas, Alito Blast Supreme Court Decision On Same-Sex Marriage Rights

The two justices said the court's 2015 decision Obergefell v. Hodges hurt religious liberty and "created a problem that only it can fix."

Source: NPR

10/05/2020

Newsom names a Black, gay former judge to state Supreme Court

Newsom names Jenkins, his Judicial Appointments secretary, to the court. Jenkins' confirmation would make him the court's first openly gay justice.

Source: Los Angeles Times

10/05/2020

Minor leaguers score win in quest for fair wages as Supreme Court dismisses MLB request

Minor league baseball players scored a victory in their effort for higher wages Monday when the Supreme Court denied MLB request to dismiss lawsuit.

Source: USA Today

10/05/2020

Supreme Court denies MLB request to dismiss lawsuit seeking increased minor league wages

The Supreme Court has paved the way for a case that seeks to increase payment for minor league players by denying MLB's attempt to dismiss the lawsuit.

Source: ESPN

10/05/2020

Lindsey Graham: Trump called from hospital to talk stimulus, Supreme Court

President Trump on Monday called Sen. Lindsey Graham from his COVID-19 hospital suite to discuss stimulus legislation and the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. “Just spoke with P…

Source: New York Post

10/05/2020

Supreme Court clears way for class-action lawsuit from minor league players being paid below minimum wage

MLB took its argument to the U.S. Supreme Court in a final effort to prevent a trial

Source: CBS Sports

10/05/2020

Supreme Court will not hear Kim Davis same-sex marriage case

Davis, a former Kentucky county clerk, had argued her religious convictions prevented her from recognizing such unions.

Source: The Washington Post

10/05/2020

Supreme Court allows minor leaguers' class action over pay

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is allowing a class-action lawsuit to proceed from minor league baseball players who allege they are being paid less than minimum wage. The lawsuit...

Source: Associated Press

10/05/2020

Supreme Court begins new term, will decide fate of Obamacare — and maybe the election

The future the Affordable Care Act and the sweep of religious freedom are among the high-profile issues coming before the US Supreme Court in its new term that begins Monday.

Source: NBC News

10/05/2020

The Election And A Fresh Obamacare Challenge Loom Over New Supreme Court Term

The new term, which begins Monday, will see eight justices, not the usual nine. And because of COVID-19, once again the justices will gather by telephone hookup to hear the arguments.

Source: NPR

10/05/2020

New Supreme Court Term Could End Roberts’s Dominant Role

The possible addition of Judge Amy Coney Barrett could create “the Trump court,” pushing it rightward. Cases on the Affordable Care Act and religious objections to gay rights could offer early clues.

Source: New York Times

10/04/2020

Supreme Court hearings are moving forward, despite COVID-19 diagnoses for senators

The Senate will not return to session until Oct. 19. But the Supreme Court hearings on the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett will continue.

Source: USA Today

10/04/2020

SNL skewers Trump for Supreme Court Covid superspreader event as Jim Carrey joins cast as Biden

<p>Carrey’s Biden mutes Alec Baldwin’s Trump, says ‘I think we all need a break’</p>

Source: Independent

10/03/2020

Michigan Supreme Court Rules Against Governor's Emergency Powers

The state's Supreme Court said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer lacked the authority to extend a state of emergency past April 30. Whitmer had cited two state laws in extending her emergency declarations.

Source: NPR

10/03/2020

Michigan Supreme Court strikes down governor's continued state of emergency | TheHill

The Michigan Supreme Court ruled that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) does not have the authority to continue the state of emergency in Michigan.

Source: The Hill

10/03/2020

Michigan Supreme Court strikes down governor's emergency Covid powers

The Michigan Supreme Court ruled Friday that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had no authority to issue or renew executive orders relating to Covid-19 beyond April 30.

Source: CNN

10/03/2020

Michigan Supreme Court strikes down Gov. Whitmer’s virus orders: What it means

The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer exceeded powers during coronavirus pandemic.

Source: WDIV ClickOnDetroit

10/03/2020

Trump’s Diagnosis Imperils Quick Supreme Court Confirmation Timeline

With the president ill and a coronavirus outbreak engulfing Washington, Republicans vowed to press ahead with an election-season confirmation.

Source: New York Times

10/02/2020

Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was diagnosed with coronavirus this summer

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, the President's nominee for the US Supreme Court, was diagnosed with coronavirus late this summer but has recovered, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

Source: CNN

10/02/2020

Senate Republicans plan to continue Supreme Court confirmation process after Trump’s Covid-19 diagnosis

Sen. Lindsey Graham is still planning to kick off a confirmation hearing on October 12.

Source: Vox

10/02/2020

Supreme Court Will Review Media Ownership Rules

The FCC gets the high court to review a lower court's order to examine how deregulation would impact ownership of TV and radio stations by women and minorities.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

10/02/2020

Irish Supreme Court Rules Subway Sandwich Bread Is Legally Not Bread

The product is, instead, a "confectionary or fancy baked good."

Source: HYPEBEAST

10/02/2020

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin met with Trump's Supreme Court pick

Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia met with Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett in the Capitol on Thursday evening, an aide told CNN, making him the first Democratic lawmaker to do so.

Source: CNN

10/02/2020

Barrett participated in 'mock' Supreme Court ruling exercise on Affordable Care Act before Ginsburg's death: report | TheHill

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Tump's nominee to the Supreme Court, participated in a "mock"...

Source: The Hill

10/01/2020

Ohio Supreme Court rules Amazon not liable after local teen dies from caffeine powder overdose

The Ohio Supreme Court issued its ruling Thursday on a case involving Amazon that started back in 2014 with the death of a local teen athlete.

Source: fox8.com

10/01/2020

Supreme Court nominee Amy Barrett signed anti-abortion letter accompanying ad calling to overturn Roe v. Wade

Barrett's name appeared on an anti-abortion letter that accompanied a newspaper ad calling for "an end to the barbaric legacy of Roe v. Wade."

Source: USA Today

10/01/2020

Subway bread isn't bread, Ireland's Supreme Court says

Court rules that the bread sold by Subway contains too much sugar to be categorized as a "staple food," which is not taxed.

Source: CBS News

10/01/2020

Subway bread isn't bread, Ireland's Supreme Court says

Court rules that the bread sold by Subway contains too much sugar to be categorized as a "staple food," which is not taxed.

Source: CBS News

09/30/2020

Barrett says Trump offered her Supreme Court nomination 3 days after Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett said in a Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire that President Trump offered her the nomination to the seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Monday, Sept. 21, which is just three days after Ginsburg…

Source: Fox News

09/29/2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery

The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery Tuesday beside her husband, Martin, who died in 2010.

Source: Fox News

09/29/2020

Trump’s Supreme Court choice meets with GOP senators as Republicans fast-track nomination

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is scheduled to meet with nine senators, including Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey O. Graham, who plans confirmation hearings beginning Oct. 12

Source: The Washington Post

09/29/2020

The case for Senate Democrats to boycott Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing

“The takeaway is that this is an illegitimate process.”

Source: Vox

09/29/2020

Hollywood continues to speak out about Trump selecting Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court

Barrett was announced as Trump's SCOTUS pick on Saturday.

Source: Fox News

09/29/2020

Democrats' big lies about Amy Coney Barrett, the Supreme Court and ObamaCare

Democrats and their media allies are warning that putting Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court would doom the Affordable Care Act. They predict that tens of millions would be thrown off Medicaid …

Source: New York Post

09/28/2020

Kamala Harris doesn't take questions after speech ripping Trump's Supreme Court push

Harris ripped Trump and the GOP for attempting to appoint a Supreme Court justice during an election year.

Source: Fox News

09/28/2020

Suburban women voters react to Supreme Court vacancy

Source: Google News

09/28/2020

GOP takes Pennsylvania ballot deadline to Supreme Court

Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania ask the U.S. Supreme Court to put a hold on a court ruling that extends the deadline to receive and count mail-in ballots.

Source: Los Angeles Times

09/28/2020

Pa. Republicans ask Supreme Court to stay ruling that allows state to accept ballots 3 days after election

Pennsylvania Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman and Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati on Monday filed an emergency request for a stay to the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the court to put the brakes on a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling that pushed back…

Source: Fox News

09/27/2020

AUD/USD Analysis Ahead of Presidential Debate, Supreme Court Nominee Battle

AUD/USD Analysis Ahead of Presidential Debate, Supreme Court Nominee Battle

Source: DailyFX

09/27/2020

Lindsey Graham shares schedule for confirming Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

The confirmation process for the Supreme Court nominee will be fast.

Source: Vox

09/27/2020

What politicians from Amy Coney Barrett's home state of Indiana say about her Supreme Court nomination

Gov. Eric Holcomb said Barrett will add "another healthy dose of Hoosier hospitality to our nation’s capital."

Source: USA Today

09/27/2020

Trump Supreme Court pick Amy Coney Barrett faces 'White colonizer' attacks, other criticism from left, media

Democrats, the media and activists have ramped up their attacks against Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s nomination to succeed the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Source: Fox News

09/27/2020

What Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court Nomination Means For The 2020 Election

The focus on the court could help energize conservatives in key states. Progressives are fired up, too — immediately after Saturday's announcement, Democrats tied Barrett to a fight for health care.

Source: NPR

09/27/2020

Trump announces Judge Amy Coney Barrett is his pick for the Supreme Court

The conservative jurist could push the court to the right for decades and is expected to be confirmed swiftly — possibly in place in time for any election challenges.

Source: The Washington Post

09/26/2020

How Trump picked Amy Coney Barrett over Barbara Lagoa for the Supreme Court

It was only a week ago President Donald Trump appeared practically "giddy" about a particular candidate to fill the newly vacant seat on the Supreme Court that had been held by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for more than 27 years, people familiar with the matte…

Source: CNN

09/26/2020

Tumultuous path to sixth conservative justice puts Supreme Court in the middle of political fray

President Trump, who nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett, has said his political future might depend on getting his third Supreme Court pick confirmed.

Source: The Washington Post

09/26/2020

Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court justice

President Donald Trump on Saturday said he is nominating Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative federal appeals court judge, to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court, setting off a fierce partisan battle in the waning days of a hotly…

Source: CNN

09/26/2020

Watch live: Trump announces Supreme Court nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Trump's planned announcement comes after a week of national mourning.

Source: CNBC

09/26/2020

Sen. Tom Cotton launches 'Supreme Court War Room' to defend Trump's nominee

Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton announced the launch of a "Supreme Court War Room" on Friday to help Republicans fight back against Democratic attacks on President Trump's impending nomination to fill the High Court's seat left vacant after the death of J…

Source: Fox News

09/26/2020

Supreme Court live updates: Trump expected to nominate Amy Coney Barrett at White House event

President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court sets up a bitter confirmation battle just weeks before the presidential election.

Source: The Washington Post

09/26/2020

Republicans have signaled plans for a quick Supreme Court confirmation process. Here's when it could happen.

President Donald Trump on Saturday will announce a Supreme Court nominee to fill the vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, formally kicking off a contentious and high-stakes battle over the fate of the court that will play out in a bitterl…

Source: CNN

09/26/2020

Maher rips Barrett, Trump's expected Supreme Court pick: 'She's a f---ing nut'

"Real Time" host Bill Maher tore into President Trump's likely Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett on  Friday night -- and warned about the consequences that may follow her confirmation.

Source: Fox News

09/26/2020

New York Supreme Court judge orders judicial review of Eric Garner case

A Supreme Court judge in New York this week ordered a review of how authorities handled the case of Eric Garner, who died in New York police custody.

Source: NBC News

09/26/2020

Trump plans to nominate conservative judge Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

President Donald Trump plans to announce conservative federal appeals court judge Amy Coney Barrett on Saturday as his Supreme Court nominee, two sources said on Friday, as he moves to shift it further to the right and sets up a heated Senate confirmation fig…

Source: Reuters

09/26/2020

Who Is Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Trump's Expected Supreme Court Pick? | WSJ

Source: Google News

09/25/2020

Notable legal opinions of Trump's planned U.S. Supreme Court pick Barrett

Amy Coney Barrett, who President Donald Trump plans to pick for a lifetime job on the U.S. Supreme Court, has served as a federal appeals court judge since 2017 and has weighed in on cases involving several hot-button issues including abortion, gun rights, im…

Source: Reuters

09/25/2020

Trump Selects Amy Coney Barrett to Fill Ginsburg’s Seat on the Supreme Court

The president’s nomination of Judge Barrett, a favorite of conservatives, to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will kick off a furious and unprecedented scramble to confirm her in the Senate before Election Day.

Source: New York Times

09/25/2020

Sources: Trump intends to choose Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court

President Donald Trump intends to choose Amy Coney Barrett to be the new Supreme Court justice, according to multiple senior Republican sources with knowledge of the process.

Source: CNN

09/25/2020

Vulnerable Democratic senator: 'I will not support the confirmation' of Supreme Court pick ahead of Election Day

Sen. Doug Jones, a vulnerable Democratic senator up for reelection in the red state of Alabama, announced Friday he "will not support" President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee -- who has yet to be named -- ahead of Election Day.

Source: CNN

09/25/2020

Republicans prep lightning-quick Supreme Court confirmation

Senate GOP leaders are eager to hold a pre-election vote on Trump's yet-to-be named nominee.

Source: Politico

09/25/2020

Slog AM: Defund the Supreme Court, Inslee Should Consider Using Dogs at Sea-Tac, Amazon Withholding Tips?

We need your help. The economic fallout of the coronavirus crisis is threatening our ability to keep producing the stories you've come to love. If you’re able, please consider making a monthly contribution to The Stranger. Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Airline Sa…

Source: TheStranger.com

09/25/2020

Democrats to unveil bill limiting Supreme Court justice terms

The legislation would also limit how many justices a president could appoint per term.

Source: Fox News

09/25/2020

What it means to “pack” the Supreme Court

Source: Google News

09/24/2020

Federal inmate executed after Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday

Federal inmate Christopher Vialva was executed Thursday night in Terre Haute, Indiana, after the Supreme Court denied a request to stop the execution.

Source: CNN

09/24/2020

Kentucky Supreme Court rules historical horse racing gambling devices unlawful, not 'pari-mutuel'

The Kentucky Supreme Court has dealt a blow to historical horse racing.

Source: LEX18 Lexington KY News

09/24/2020

Who Is Amy Coney Barrett, Possible Trump Supreme Court Pick?

The 48-year-old judge, a possible replacement for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is seen as having a proven conservative track record. Here are her views on faith, precedent, guns and more.

Source: NPR

09/24/2020

Judge's faith becomes early flashpoint in Supreme Court fight

Amy Coney Barrett, a contender to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg, belongs to a tight-knit charismatic Christian community whose conservative views alarm some liberals.

Source: Politico

09/23/2020

Murkowski loosens stance on Supreme Court nominee, says she may vote for Trump's pick

Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski now says she cannot rule out voting to confirm a Trump nominee to the Supreme Court, days after she said she would not support filling the  vacancy so close to an election.

Source: Fox News

09/23/2020

Donald Trump says he expects US election to go to supreme court

Source: Google News

09/23/2020

Trump says Supreme Court needs nine judges as it will decide presidential election

President Donald Trump said Wednesday the Supreme Court needs its full complement of nine justices because they may have to decide the winner of the 2020 presidential election.

Source: Daily Mail

09/23/2020

Larry Hogan says Senate should not confirm Trump Supreme Court nominee before election

Hogan is the third Republican governor to oppose the Senate's plan to move a Trump nominee before the election.

Source: Fox News

09/23/2020

Democrats worry Feinstein can't handle Supreme Court battle

Colleagues fear the oldest senator may struggle to lead Democrats on the Judiciary Committee.

Source: Politico

09/23/2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lies in Repose at the Supreme Court Stream: Live Updates and News Tracker

Three days of honors began for a transformative figure in American law.

Source: New York Times

09/23/2020

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's casket arrives at Supreme Court to lie in repose

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s casket arrived at the Supreme Court building Wednesday morning and was greeted by former law clerks who lined the front steps as honorary pallbearers as thousands are expected to pay their respects to the liberal icon this week.

Source: Fox News

09/23/2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's army of clerks to stand guard at the Supreme Court

When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returns for the final time to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, an army of more than a hundred of her former clerks will meet the casket and accompany it up the stone steps leading to the great hall where the liberal icon presid…

Source: CNN

09/23/2020

Democrats weigh how to handle Trump's potential Supreme Court pick after past flap over Barrett's faith

In a tense exchange between Amy Coney Barrett and Sen. Dianne Feinstein in 2017, the California Democrat sharply questioned whether the judicial nominee could separate her Catholic views from her legal opinions.

Source: CNN

09/23/2020

Fight over Supreme Court already shaking up Senate races

The brawl over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's successor began before her body was buried. Within hours of her death on Friday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said, "President Trump's nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate."

Source: CNN

09/22/2020

The Big Money Fight Over The Supreme Court, Plus Drama At Nikola: CNBC After Hours

Source: Google News

09/22/2020

First Trump-Biden debate to focus on Supreme Court, coronavirus and race

The first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will focus on a number of topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, the Supreme Court and the racial reckoning in the country, the debate commission announced on T…

Source: CNN

09/22/2020

Romney supports holding a vote on next Supreme Court nominee

The announcement means Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has enough votes to move forward with Trump's pick.

Source: Politico

09/22/2020

Most swing-state voters think Trump should not fill Supreme Court vacancy if he loses 2020 election, new poll finds

Voters in six swing states said Biden would do a better job than Trump in filling the Supreme Court vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.

Source: CNBC

09/22/2020

Lindsey Graham says Trump 'has the votes' to confirm his Supreme Court nominee

South Carolina Sen Lindsey Graham expressed confidence in Trump's chances of rushing through a Supreme Court nominee on Monday.

Source: Daily Mail

09/22/2020

How the Supreme Court Could Affect Voting Rules on Election Day

A number of legal battles over voting rights are already in the pipeline. Any ruling this fall could resonate nationwide.

Source: New York Times

09/22/2020

Lagoa’s Role in Florida Will Be a Big Factor in Trump’s Supreme Court Pick

Judge Barbara Lagoa lacks some of the usual credentials of a Supreme Court justice, but her roots in the Cuban-American community could make her an attractive choice for President Trump.

Source: New York Times

09/21/2020

McConnell Reiterates Pledge To Vote On Trump's Supreme Court Nominee This Year

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that voters elected a GOP Senate in 2016 and strengthened it in 2018 because they wanted action on the president's federal judicial nominations.

Source: NPR

09/21/2020

Supreme Court battle adds new twist to Biden-Trump showdown ahead of first debate

The most bitterly partisan of all political battles – a Supreme Court nomination fight – has been added to an already toxic mix with just a month and a half to go until Election Day – and with the first presidential debate between Democratic nominee Joe Biden…

Source: Fox News

09/21/2020

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in state at US Capitol Friday after two days at Supreme Court

Ginsburg, 87, died late Friday on the eve of Rosh Hashanah following a long battle with pancreatic cancer.

Source: USA Today

09/21/2020

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in repose at the Supreme Court Wednesday and Thursday

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday so that members of the public can pay their respects, the court announced on Monday.

Source: CNN

09/21/2020

'I'm saving her for Ginsburg': who is Amy Coney Barrett, Trump's likely supreme court pick?

Progressives fear the judge reportedly close to being picked to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg will reverse abortion rights. Friends and colleagues say a focus on her religion is unfair

Source: The Guardian

09/21/2020

Trump and Democrats Brace for Showdown Over Supreme Court Seat

The president’s determination to confirm a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election set lawmakers on a collision course as Congress deals with other major issues.

Source: New York Times

09/20/2020

Who Is Amy Coney Barrett's Family? Potential Supreme Court Nominee Is a Mother of Seven and Has Six Siblings

Amy Coney Barrett has seven children—five biological and two adopted—and her family is very important to her. However, she tends not to speak much publicly about her personal life.

Source: Newsweek

09/20/2020

Trump's top Supreme Court nominees: three conservative women

Three deeply conservative judges, all women, have emerged as President Trump's likely choice to succeed liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.

Source: Los Angeles Times

09/20/2020

Fact check: Biden falsely claims Trump campaign only asked him for Supreme Court list after Ruth Bader Ginsburg died

Former Vice President Joe Biden made false claims in a Sunday speech in which he urged Senate Republicans to let the winner of the presidential election fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday.

Source: CNN

09/20/2020

Live Supreme Court, Ginsburg Updates and News Tracker

Lisa Murkowski of Alaska became the second Republican senator to say the Senate should not consider a nominee before the presidential election.

Source: New York Times

09/20/2020

Trump hopes a woman Supreme Court nominee will help him with female voters, but the move could backfire

The president's choice, to be unveiled this week, is expected to be strongly conservative and opposed to abortion rights. And that might not help him gain much additional support from women.

Source: The Boston Globe

09/20/2020

Key GOP senator says she opposes taking up a Supreme Court nomination before Election Day

Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Sunday that she opposes taking up a Supreme Court nomination prior to Election Day, becoming the second GOP senator this weekend to voice opposition to Senate movement on the matter before the 2020 election.

Source: CNN

09/20/2020

Sen. Cory Booker Opposes Filling Supreme Court Vacancy Before Election

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker about the Republican push to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the presidential election.

Source: NPR

09/20/2020

Bill Clinton: 'Superficially hypocritical' for Trump and Republicans to push to fill Supreme Court vacancy

Former President Bill Clinton said Sunday it is "superficially hypocritical" for President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans to push to put a new justice on the Supreme Court before the November election.

Source: CNN

09/20/2020

Protesters Gather Outside Mitch McConnell's Home to Decry Move to Fill Supreme Court Seat: 'Ruth Sent Us'

Protesters lined the streets in front of the senator's home in Louisville, Kentucky, after he vowed to call a vote for President Donald Trump's nominee following the death of Justice Ruth Bader...

Source: Newsweek

09/20/2020

Trump's frontrunners for the Supreme Court nomination are a devout Catholic and Cuban-American judge

Amy Coney Barrett, 48, and Barbara Lagoa, 52, are the front runners for Trump's Supreme Court nomination.

Source: Daily Mail

09/20/2020

Senate Democrats are open to pushing for additional Supreme Court seats if they take majority

Senate Democrats, lacking votes to stop President Donald Trump's pick to fill the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat, are weighing an array of tactics to battle back -- ranging from bringing the chamber to a screeching halt this year to pus…

Source: CNN

09/20/2020

Here's what happened when Senate Republicans refused to vote on Merrick Garland's Supreme Court nomination

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg less than two months from the presidential election has forced a reexamination of Republicans' 11-month blockade of Merrick Garland in 2016.

Source: CNN

09/19/2020

Trump eyes Cuban American judge from Florida for Supreme Court

Barbara Lagoa would bring lengthy judicial experience and two potential political benefits: She is a Cuban American from a battleground state.

Source: USA Today

09/19/2020

Mourners pay tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg outside Supreme Court

Well-wishers left flowers and signs and broke into songs.

Source: CBS News

09/19/2020

Amy Coney Barrett emerging as a front-runner to fill Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat

Amy Coney Barrett has emerged as one of the front-runners to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Source: NBC News

09/19/2020

Leading Candidates to Fill Supreme Court Vacancy

President Trump has vowed to fill the vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg “without delay.” Here is who might fill the seat.

Source: New York Times

09/19/2020

Trump to GOP: We are obligated to fill Ginsburg's vacant Supreme Court seat 'without delay'

President Donald Trump on Saturday said that Republicans have an "obligation" to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant seat on the Supreme Court "without delay," as Democrats argue the Senate should refrain from confirming a replacement until after the ne…

Source: CNN

09/19/2020

Hundreds mourn Ruth Bader Ginsburg in vigil outside Supreme Court

Crowds mourning the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court building in Washington D.C. late Friday night.

Source: NBC News

09/19/2020

Remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg | WNT

Source: Google News

09/16/2020

Grassley demands Biden name potential Supreme Court nominees

Sen. Chuck Grassley on Wednesday demanded that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden release a list of his potential nominees to the Supreme Court by the end of the month, saying there is “no reason” for the former vice president “to hide” the names.

Source: Fox News

09/14/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court rules Green Party presidential ticket is ineligible for state ballot

Under state law, more than 1 million absentee ballots that have already been requested are supposed to be mailed by Thursday.

Source: The Washington Post

09/11/2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court temporarily blocks absentee ballots from being mailed a week before deadline

The Wisconsin Supreme Court told election officials across the state on Thursday -- a week before the deadline to mail ballots -- that they can't mail out absentee ballots until the court decides whether to add the Green Party's presidential ticket to the bal…

Source: CNN

09/09/2020

Trump Releases List Of Prospective Supreme Court Nominees | NBC News NOW

Source: Google News

08/24/2020

Scott Peterson's death sentence overturned by California Supreme Court

California's Supreme Court on Monday reversed the death sentence handed down to Scott Peterson for the 2002 deaths of his wife Laci and unborn son.

Source: CNN

08/21/2020

Trump asks the Supreme Court to allow him to block critics on his personal Twitter account

"President Trump's ability to use the features of his personal Twitter account, including the blocking function, are independent of his presidential office," wrote acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall.

Source: CBS News

08/20/2020

Justice Department asks Supreme Court to let Trump block his Twitter critics

The president who complains about censorship by Twitter wants to censor people himself.

Source: CNN

08/19/2020

Kangana Ranaut takes an indirect jibe at Deepika Padukone as she hails the Supreme Court's verdict

After hailing the Supreme Court's verdict to transfer Sushant Singh Rajput's death case to CBI for investigation, K

Source: The Times of India

08/17/2020

Supreme Court Asked to Review 'Stairway to Heaven' Fight

Source: Billboard

08/12/2020

Bill Cosby's attorneys file new appeal in Pennsylvania Supreme Court, claim trial was unfair

Bill Cosby’s attorneys have filed a new appeal in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania alleging that his sexual assault trial was not fair to him.

Source: Fox News

08/11/2020

Supreme Court denies NCAA's request for stay of injunction in case on athlete benefits

Supreme Court ruling sets the stage for recruiting cycle in which schools can allow offers to athletes that go beyond full cost of attendance.

Source: USA Today

08/11/2020

Sushant Singh Rajput's Death Case: Supreme Court reserves verdict on Rhea's jurisdiction plea

Source: Google News

08/01/2020

Cuccinelli gives Supreme Court 'two enthusiastic thumbs up' for latest border wall decision

Acting Deputy Homeland Security Secretary Ken Cuccinelli gave "two enthusiastic thumbs up" Friday to the Supreme Court's 5-4 vote denying a request to halt construction of President Trump’s border wall over environmental concerns.

Source: Fox News

07/31/2020

Supreme Court allows border wall construction to continue

The court denied a request from the Sierra Club to halt construction on some sections of the wall that are being built with Pentagon money

Source: NBC News

07/31/2020

Supreme Court allows continued construction of Trump's border wall

A divided Supreme Court on Friday allowed continued construction of a portion of President Donald Trump's border wall while legal challenges play out.

Source: CNN

07/30/2020

Supreme Court blocks Idaho group from gathering ballot initiative signatures online

A divided Supreme Court on Thursday blocked --for now -- a lower court order that eased deadlines to allow an Idaho political action committee more time to gather necessary signatures for a ballot initiative amid the coronavirus.

Source: CNN

07/25/2020

Conservatives blast Supreme Court ruling: Roberts has 'abandoned his oath' | TheHill

Conservative lawmakers blasted Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts after he sided with the c...

Source: The Hill

07/25/2020

As Concerns About Voting Build, The Supreme Court Refuses To Step In

The court expressed a frosty attitude toward election lawsuits in four cases this year — from Wisconsin, Texas, Alabama and Florida.

Source: NPR

07/25/2020

U.S. Supreme Court denies Nevada church's appeal of coronavirus restrictions

A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Friday denied a rural Nevada church's request to strike down a state coronavirus rule imposing a 50-person cap on worship services.

Source: NBC News

07/25/2020

Supreme Court rejects Nevada church plea to allow larger congregation

The court voted 5 to 4 against the request.

Source: Politico

07/20/2020

Supreme Court refuses to expedite Trump records ruling, further delaying House bid to obtain docs

The Supreme Court on Monday morning refused a request from the House of Representatives to move up the timeline under which a ruling in a case concerning President Trump's financial records would officially be issued, further delaying House Democrats' quest t…

Source: Fox News

07/20/2020

Supreme Court denies Democrats' bid to fast-track ongoing fight for Trump financial records | TheHill

The Supreme Court on Monday denied a request by House Democrats to accelerate the timeline of rem...

Source: The Hill

07/17/2020

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announces her cancer has returned | WNT

Source: Google News

07/17/2020

Supreme Court Deals Major Blow To Ex-Felons' Right To Vote In Florida

The court's refusal to reverse a lower court order likely will prevent hundreds of thousands of people from voting in the November election.

Source: NPR

07/16/2020

Trump defies Supreme Court by denying new DACA applications

President Trump attempts a redo after the Supreme Court shot down his initial effort to end DACA, exacerbating uncertainty for thousands of Dreamers.

Source: Los Angeles Times

07/16/2020

Supreme Court rules federal execution of Wesley Purkey can proceed

The Supreme Court cleared the way for the federal execution of 68-year-old Wesley Purkey Thursday morning after a lower court judge halted his execution and ordered further evaluation of claims about Purkey's mental competency.

Source: CNN

07/16/2020

Supreme Court clears way for second federal execution this week

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — The Supreme Court early Thursday cleared the way for a second federal execution in as many days. The vote to allow the execution of Wesley Ira Purkey to go forward was 5-4, with…

Source: New York Post

07/15/2020

Supreme Court lifts stay for second federal execution this week | TheHill

The Supreme Court on Wednesday lifted another injunction on the Trump administration's rapid push...

Source: The Hill

07/15/2020

Trump will further challenge Manhattan DA's subpoena following Supreme Court decision on tax records

Lawyers for President Donald Trump said Wednesday they will raise additional challenges to the Manhattan district attorney's subpoena for his financial records after the Supreme Court ruled a president does not have broad immunity against a state grand jury i…

Source: CNN

07/14/2020

The Supreme Court’s Late-Night Death Penalty Decision Isn’t Just Cruel. It’s Legally Indefensible.

The five conservative justices abdicated their duty to ensure that executions comply with the Constitution.

Source: Slate Magazine

07/14/2020

U.S. carries out first execution in 17 years after overnight Supreme Court ruling

Source: Google News

07/14/2020

House Dems ask Supreme Court to speed up Trump financial docs cases

House Democrats urged the U.S. Supreme Court to speed up the process for getting the legal battle over President Donald Trump's business records back into the lower courts.

Source: NBC News

07/14/2020

Supreme Court rules federal execution can proceed for Daniel Lewis Lee

The Supreme Court cleared the way for the resumption of the federal death penalty, in an unsigned order released after 2 a.m. ET Tuesday.

Source: CNN

07/14/2020

House Democrats ask Supreme Court to speed things up in Trump financial docs cases

The House of Representatives asked the Supreme Court late Monday night to move faster so it can begin a renewed attempt to obtain documents from President Donald Trump's financial firms.

Source: CNN

07/11/2020

For Oklahoma Tribe, Supreme Court Case Brings Vindication at Long Last

After decades of betrayals and broken treaties, the Supreme Court ruled that much of Oklahoma is their land, after all.

Source: New York Times

07/10/2020

New York judge gives Trump deadline in lawsuit over tax returns following major Supreme Court ruling

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. is probing the Trump Organization over hush money payments to two women during Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016.

Source: The Washington Post

07/10/2020

After Trump’s Supreme Court Loss, D.A. Moves Closer to Getting Tax Records

A lower-court judge swiftly scheduled a hearing for next week on the Manhattan prosecutor’s demand to see President Trump’s financial records.

Source: New York Times

07/10/2020

Judge orders Manhattan DA, Trump lawyers to detail next steps in tax records case after big Supreme Court ruling

President Trump has battled an effort by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. to get his tax records, and shows no sign of giving up, despite an adverse Supreme Court ruling.

Source: CNBC

07/10/2020

What the Landmark Supreme Court Decision Means for Policing Indigenous Oklahoma

For Indigenous people, cries of “law and order” have always contained a loaded message.

Source: Slate Magazine

07/10/2020

Supreme Court will hear Facebook robocalling case

The Supreme Court will hear Facebook v. Duguid, a lawsuit alleging that Facebook’s automated text alerts constituted illegal robocalling.

Source: The Verge

07/10/2020

Unprecedented Supreme Court term closes with mixed rulings for Trump

After a frenetic few weeks, the Supreme Court gaveled out Thursday, bringing to a close an unprecedented term that defied expectations and shifted perceptions of the court in the heat of an election year.

Source: CNN

07/10/2020

Supreme court declares large part of east Oklahoma to be Native American land

Ruling, which includes most of Tulsa, casts doubt on hundreds of convictions

Source: The Guardian

07/10/2020

US Supreme Court rules half of Oklahoma is Native American land

The justices decide an eastern swathe of the state should be recognised as part of a reservation.

Source: BBC News

07/09/2020

Supreme Court Rules That About Half Of Oklahoma Is Native American Land

"Today we are asked whether the land these treaties promised remains an Indian reservation. ... Because Congress has not said otherwise, we hold the government to its word," wrote Justice Gorsuch.

Source: NPR

07/09/2020

Juan Williams says Trump 'really came out on top' in Supreme Court ruling on tax documents

"The Five" co-host Juan Williams declared Thursday's Supreme Court ruling blocking immediate congressional access to President Trump's tax returns to be a "short-term" victory for the president and his reelection efforts.

Source: Fox News

07/09/2020

Supreme Court may have set back Congress' effort to get Trump's tax returns

For one thing, the court seemed reluctant to get involved in fights between the executive and legislative branches.

Source: Politico

07/09/2020

Supreme Court will review Facebook's unsolicited text appeal

The Supreme Court agrees to hear Facebook's (NASDAQ:FB) appeal of a lawsuit accusing the social networking giant of violating federal law by sending users unsolicited text messages.Last summer, a federal appeals court decision revived the class action suit.

Source: Seeking Alpha

07/09/2020

Trump's Fortune And Children Could Be In Jeopardy With Supreme Court Decision

The Supreme Court's decision Thursday means Trump's financial records will likely need to be turned over to a New York grand jury and could imperil his brand and fortune.

Source: NPR

07/09/2020

Supreme Court Rules Nearly Half of Oklahoma Is Indian Reservation

The 5-4 decision could reshape criminal justice in eastern Oklahoma by preventing state authorities from prosecuting Native Americans.

Source: New York Times

07/09/2020

Supreme Court says Manhattan DA can get Trump's tax records, but rejects bid by House Democrats

The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered split opinions in two cases over whether President Donald Trump can shield his tax records from investigators, handing a win to the Manhattan district attorney but rejecting parallel efforts by Democrats in the House of…

Source: CNBC

07/08/2020

Supreme Court set to decide who can see Trump’s tax returns, financial records

The ruling, to be unveiled Thursday, could reshape the balance of power between Congress and the White House in the most dramatic way since Watergate.

Source: Politico

07/08/2020

The Supreme Court's ruling on the ACA's birth control mandate could cost women hundreds of dollars each year

Any employer with a sincere religious or moral objection can now opt out of covering birth control in employee health plans, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. That decision could cost those who use contraception hundreds of dollars per year in out-of-pocket …

Source: CNBC

07/08/2020

Supreme Court says Trump can weaken Obamacare contraceptive mandate

The Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared the way for the Trump administration to expand exemptions for employers who have religious or moral objections to complying with the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate.

Source: CNN

07/08/2020

In win for Trump, Supreme Court allows plan for religious limits to Obamacare contraceptive coverage

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared the way for the Trump administration to give the nation's employers more leeway in refusing to provide free birth control for their workers.

Source: NBC News

07/08/2020

Supreme Court Carves Out Religious Exception To Fair Employment Laws

The decision was 7-2, with Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg dissenting.

Source: NPR

07/06/2020

States May Curb ‘Faithless Electors,’ Supreme Court Rules

The court said states may require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidates they had promised to support.

Source: New York Times

07/06/2020

States May Curb ‘Faithless Electors,’ Supreme Court Rules

The court said states may require members of the Electoral College to vote for the presidential candidates they had promised to support.

Source: New York Times

07/06/2020

The Supreme Court decides not to make the Electoral College even worse in “faithless electors” case

“Faithless electors” may be sanctioned for defying voters.

Source: Vox

07/06/2020

Supreme Court says presidential electors may be forced to support winner of popular vote

Thirty-two states have laws addressing 'faithless electors', though only 16 of those penalise or cancel such votes

Source: Independent

07/06/2020

Supreme Court says states can punish Electoral College voters

The Supreme Court said Monday that states can punish members of the Electoral College who break a pledge to vote for a state's popular vote winner in presidential elections.

Source: CNN

07/06/2020

Supreme Court Rules State 'Faithless Elector' Laws Constitutional

The decision could directly affect the election, which will take place in November amid a pandemic and a partial economic collapse.

Source: NPR

07/02/2020

Supreme Court Acts To Postpone More Controversies, From Mueller Report To Abortion

The decisions ensure none of these cases will be decided before the November election.

Source: NPR

07/02/2020

Supreme Court leaves in place laws in Chicago, Pennsylvania that restrict antiabortion protesters

The court without comment turned away challengers who said the ordinances violate their First Amendment rights to free speech.

Source: The Washington Post

07/02/2020

Supreme Court blocks House from seeing secret Mueller grand jury documents until hearing this fall

Grand jury material from former special counsel Robert Mueller won't be released to the Democratic-led House of Representatives at least for now, after the Supreme Court on Thursday granted the Trump administration's request to take up the case next term.

Source: CNN

07/02/2020

Supreme Court sidesteps abortion cases, shortly after striking Louisiana restrictions

Chief Justice John Roberts' vote with the court's liberal judges to overturn the Louisiana law wasn't the win for abortion rights advocates that many assumed.

Source: Politico

07/02/2020

Supreme Court to decide if Congress can get secret Russia grand jury materials

A House committee controlled by Democrats wants to see secret documents that it says could lead to another impeachment inquiry.

Source: USA Today

07/02/2020

Supreme Court to decide if House gets Mueller grand jury material

Supreme Court to decide if House gets Mueller grand jury material

Source: NBC News

07/01/2020

Supreme Court rules generic website names can be trademarked

Justices determined in an 8-1 ruling that Booking.com is eligible for a trademark.

Source: Engadget

07/01/2020

US Supreme Court rules in favor of Booking.com, allowing trademarks for generic website names

The Supreme Court has ruled that the name “Booking.com” is allowed to be trademarked, even though it consists of a generic term with a “.com” suffix. The decision means that the company’s name can get nationwide legal protection.

Source: The Verge

06/30/2020

How Pro-Life Activists Are Reacting to the Supreme Court’s Latest Abortion Decision

“I don’t think this nullifies the conservative legal movement. But it significantly weakens it.”

Source: Slate Magazine

06/30/2020

In 5-4 decision, Supreme Court rules states cannot ban public funding for religious schools

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that states violate the U.S. Constitution if they prevent religious schools from receiving some state benefits that are available to other schools.

Source: NBC News

06/30/2020

Supreme Court: Montana Can't Exclude Religious Schools From Scholarship Program

The 5-4 decision, in which Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court's other conservatives, is a win for parents who wanted to use the state tax credit to help send children to religious schools.

Source: NPR

06/30/2020

Sara Gideon attacks Susan Collins on abortion rights after Supreme Court ruling

Democrats hoping to flip the Senate seized on a major Supreme Court ruling on Monday striking down a Louisiana law that would've restricted abortion access, attacking Republican candidates in crucial races across the country for supporting conservative justic…

Source: CNN

06/29/2020

Supreme Court, in 5-4 ruling, strikes down restrictive Louisiana abortion law

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that Louisiana's tough restriction on abortion violates the Constitution, a surprising victory for abortion rights advocates from an increasingly conservative court.

Source: NBC News

06/29/2020

Supreme Court makes it easier for president to fire CFPB head

The Supreme Court on Monday made it easier for the president to fire the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Source: NBC News

06/29/2020

Supreme Court won’t hear challenge to new federal death penalty procedure

Trump administration wants to resume federal executions after 17-year hiatus.

Source: The Washington Post

06/29/2020

John Roberts sides with liberals on Supreme Court to block controversial Louisiana abortion law

Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal justices on the Supreme Court on Monday to block a controversial Louisiana abortion law that critics said would have closed nearly every clinic in the state.

Source: CNN

06/29/2020

Supreme Court rules CFPB head can be fired for any reason, in blow to agency created under Obama

The ruling from the high court could affect the authority of dozens of other federal agencies with quasi-independent status, like the Federal Reserve and the Social Security Administration.

Source: Fox News

06/29/2020

Supreme Court Lifts Limits on Trump’s Power to Fire Consumer Watchdog

The case concerning the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was part of a politically charged battle over presidential authority.

Source: New York Times

06/29/2020

Supreme Court turns away challenge to federal executions by lethal injection

The Supreme Court turned away a major challenge to the federal government's lethal injection protocol on Monday, a win for the Trump administration that has set execution dates to begin mid-July after a nearly two-decade lapse.

Source: CNN

06/29/2020

Supreme Court Strikes Down Louisiana Abortion Restrictions

The case, over a state law requiring doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, is the first abortion ruling since two Trump appointees joined the court.

Source: New York Times

06/26/2020

Obamacare Must 'Fall,' Trump Administration Tells Supreme Court

Later this year the high court will hear a case that seeks to invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act. In a court filing Thursday, the Trump administration fully supported the move.

Source: NPR

06/26/2020

George Floyd, Supreme Court same-sex marriage ruling, Daytime Emmy Awards: 5 things to know Friday

​​​​​​​Minneapolis City Council to vote on ending police department, 5 years since the SCOTUS' same-sex marriage ruling and more things to know Friday

Source: USA Today

06/26/2020

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to strike down Obamacare

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) denounced the move as “an act of unfathomable cruelty” during the pandemic.

Source: The Washington Post

06/26/2020

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to invalidate Obamacare

In the midst of a global pandemic with the presidential election just months away, the Justice Department asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to invalidate the Affordable Care Act, the landmark health care law that enabled millions of Americans to get insuran…

Source: CNN

06/25/2020

Supreme Court sides with Trump on speedy deportations of asylum-seekers

In a 7-2 decision, the high court said asylum-seekers placed in expedited deportation proceeding are not entitled to seek habeas corpus.

Source: CBS News

06/25/2020

Supreme Court OKs fast-track deportations

The decision endorses the ‘expedited removal’ system Trump has moved to expand.

Source: Politico

06/25/2020

Supreme Court Sides With Trump Administration In Deportation Case

The 7-2 decision could have major consequences for thousands of asylum-seekers.

Source: NPR

06/25/2020

Supreme Court rules asylum seeker cannot challenge removal

In a win for the Department of Homeland Security, the Supreme Court said Thursday that a Sri Lankan farmer who lost his bid for asylum in the United States after immigration officials ordered his removal could not challenge that decision in federal court.

Source: CNN

06/24/2020

Supreme Court Limits SEC's Power to Seek Punitive Fines on Crypto Firms

The US Supreme Court made a ruling on June 23 which will limit the amount of fines the SEC can impose on crypto and blockchain firms

Source: Cointelegraph

06/23/2020

Pennsylvania's Supreme Court to hear appeal of Bill Cosby's sexual assault conviction

In a stunning decision that could test the legal framework of #MeToo cases, Pennsylvania's highest court will review the trial decision to let five other acc...

Source: YouTube

06/23/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to review two issues in Bill Cosby sexual assault case | TheHill

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that it will...

Source: The Hill

06/23/2020

Bill Cosby allowed to appeal sexual assault conviction before Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Bill Cosby granted hearing before Pennsylvania Supreme Court, calling his conviction into question.

Source: NBC News

06/23/2020

Pennsylvania Supreme Court agrees to consider Bill Cosby’s bid to overturn his sex assault conviction

Specifically, the court said it was interested in the decision by the judge overseeing the case to allow prosecutors to call as witnesses five other accusers and Cosby's claims he made a deal with a prior district attorney that barred him from being prosecute…

Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

06/23/2020

Tech giants on the hook for billions of dollars after Supreme Court rejects tax-law challenge

2003 IRS regulations over stock-based compensation upheld

Source: MarketWatch

06/22/2020

What the Supreme Court ruling on SEC penalties means for crypto

The SEC can continue to force crypto firms to give back money they raised via ICOs—but there are limits.

Source: Decrypt

06/22/2020

U.S. Supreme Court rules SEC can recover illegal profits from OC couple

The court battle was tied to the case of Charles C. Liu and Xin “Lisa” Wang, who the SEC said raised $27 million from dozens of investors in China to build a proton beam radiation thera…

Source: OCRegister

06/21/2020

All eyes on Roberts ahead of Supreme Court's abortion ruling | TheHill

Chief Justice John Roberts is under the microscope as the Supreme Court prepares to issue its fir...

Source: The Hill

06/21/2020

Wolf calls DACA 'unlawful' after Supreme Court blocked Trump administration from ending program | TheHill

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf said Sunday the D...

Source: The Hill

06/20/2020

Trump's Tulsa rally to go ahead after Supreme Court decision

Donald Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa is good to go after Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down a legal challenge trying to stop it and the mayor rescinded his curfew order.

Source: Daily Mail

06/19/2020

Trump: will submit 'enhanced papers' on U.S. Supreme Court immigration decision

President Donald Trump on Friday said his administration will make a filing on "Dreamer" immigrants who are in the United States illegally but entered as children, without providing details, to address the Supreme Court's ruling he broke federal procedure law…

Source: Reuters

06/19/2020

Tulsa arena asks Trump campaign for detailed health plan as Oklahoma Supreme Court hears arguments about rally

Some residents are concerned about the spread of the coronavirus, but the venue says the campaign is already taking precautions.

Source: The Washington Post

06/18/2020

Supreme Court blocks Trump’s bid to end DACA, a win for undocumented ‘dreamers’

The 5 to 4 decision was written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and joined by the court’s four liberals.

Source: The Washington Post

06/18/2020

Bret Baier: Chief Justice Roberts 'appears to be the new swing vote' on Supreme Court after DACA decision

"Special Report" host Bret Baier told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Thursday that Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts "appears to be the new swing vote" on the highest court in the land.

Source: Fox News

06/18/2020

SC Supreme Court rules woman is not James Brown's wife - WRDW

The story behind legendary soul singer James Brown’s estate has taken another turn.

Source: WRDW-TV

06/18/2020

Trump Can’t Immediately End DACA, Supreme Court Rules

The program, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, protects people brought to the United States as children by shielding them from deportation and letting them work.

Source: New York Times

06/18/2020

This is who's affected by the Supreme Court decision on DACA

Today's Supreme Court ruling is one hundreds of thousands of so-called Dreamers across the United States have been anxiously awaiting for years. Here's a look at some key statistics about DACA.

Source: CNN

06/18/2020

Supreme Court blocks Trump from ending DACA

The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Trump administration's attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, an Obama-era program that protects hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the US as children from deportation.

Source: CNN

06/18/2020

Supreme Court rules Trump cannot end DACA in big win for 'Dreamer' legal immigrants

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Trump administration cannot carry out its plan to shut down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which has allowed nearly 800,000 young people, known as "Dreamers," to avoid deportation and remain …

Source: NBC News

06/17/2020

Rob Lowe's surprising friendship with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas

Rob Lowe being buddies with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is a true WTF moment, which of course stands for "Wait, They're Friends?!"

Source: CNN

06/17/2020

Supreme Court halts Texas execution over religious-rights concerns after clergy barred from death chamber

The U.S. Supreme Court granted a reprieve Tuesday to a Texas inmate scheduled to die for fatally stabbing an 85-year-old woman more than two decades ago, continuing a more than four-month delay of executions in the nation's busiest death penalty state during …

Source: Fox News

06/16/2020

The Supreme Court’s LGBTQ opinion could sink Trump’s anti-LGBTQ agenda

Bostock v. Clayton County is a potentially transformative victory for LGBTQ rights.

Source: Vox

06/16/2020

Supreme Court rules landmark federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination

The Supreme Court has ruled it is illegal for employers to fire workers because they are gay or transgender. LGBTQ Americans and their supporters are celebra...

Source: YouTube

06/16/2020

Shannon Bream breaks down Supreme Court's big LGBT rights decision: 'This is going to be a big change'

"Fox News @ Night" anchor and Fox News chief legal correspondent Shannon Bream joined the "Fox News Rundown" podcast Tuesday to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling that employers who fire workers for being gay or transgender violate Title VII of the Civil Righ…

Source: Fox News

06/15/2020

Civil Rights Law Protects L.G.B.T. Workers, Supreme Court Rules

The court said the language of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Source: New York Times

06/15/2020

Supreme Court again declines to take up Second Amendment cases

The Supreme Court declined on Monday to take up several cases regarding the scope of the Second Amendment.

Source: CNN

06/15/2020

Supreme Court won't hear challenge to California sanctuary law

The Supreme Court on Monday left in place a lower court opinion upholding one of California's so-called sanctuary laws that limits cooperation between law enforcement and federal immigration authorities, a measure that the Trump administration says is meant t…

Source: CNN

06/15/2020

Supreme Court finds law bars LGBT discrimination in workplace

Two of the court’s Republican appointees joined the court’s Democratic appointees to deliver the surprising, 6-3 victory to LGBT advocates.

Source: Politico

06/10/2020

Israel's Supreme Court strikes down law legalizing settlements on private Palestinian land

Israel's Supreme Court struck down a law on Tuesday that had retroactively legalized about 4,000 settler homes built on privately owned Palestinian land in the West Bank.

Source: NBC News

06/06/2020

Venezuela's supreme court rules against opposition in vote setback

Top court complains opposition-held congress did not name electoral body authorities in time

Source: The Guardian

06/04/2020

‘Qualified immunity’ for police getting fresh look by Supreme Court after George Floyd death

Source: ABC News

06/01/2020

Supreme Court rebuffs investors' bid to block Madoff trustee lawsuits

USA-COURT/MADOFF (UPDATE 1, PIX):UPDATE 1-U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs investors' bid to block Madoff trustee lawsuits

Source: msnNOW

05/30/2020

Roberts joins liberals as Supreme Court rejects challenge to coronavirus limits on church services

A divided Supreme Court on Friday rejected an emergency appeal by a California church that challenged state limits on attendance at worship services that have been imposed to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Source: NBC News

05/30/2020

Supreme Court splits 5-4 on reopening churches during the pandemic

Roberts’s decision is a loss for the religious right and a victory for public health. But four justices saw the case differently.

Source: Vox

05/30/2020

Supreme Court Rejects Church's Challenge To California's Coronavirus Rules

Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court's liberal bloc in a 5-4 decision issued late Friday. The lawsuit had argued that the state's limits on attendance discriminated against religion.

Source: NPR

05/30/2020

Supreme Court Rules Against Challenge to State Limits on Church Attendance

A divided Supreme Court ruled against a church in California objecting the state limits on the number of worshipers allowed to gather at religious services during the pandemic.

Source: Newsweek