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Supreme Court Curbs Rights Of Immigrants Awaiting Deportation
By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters
The Supreme Court curbed the ability of immigrants held in long-term detention during deportation proceedings to argue for their release.
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The 3 Best Revelations About The Supreme Court Cafeteria
Justice is served on a cafeteria tray.
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CNN Names Ivanka Trump Most Powerful U.S. Jewish Woman. Twitter Says Hell No.
"If only Janet Yellen had a line of lavender sheath dresses."
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Supreme Court Shows Soft Spot For Church Denied Public Funding For Playground
Even some of the more liberal justices signaled the state of Missouri may have gone too far against a religious school.
Here's How Frequently Women Supreme Court Justices Are Interrupted By Men
Worse, this behavior even carries through to advocates who appear before the Supreme Court.
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Watching Supreme Court Justices Watch Trump Is Your New Favorite Hobby
Five of the eight justices turned out for the speech and turned into Twitter hits.
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Supreme Court Explores Whether Sex Offenders Have Free Speech Rights On Social Media
Under a sweeping North Carolina law, a man was convicted after declaring "God is good" on Facebook.
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The Supreme Court Saved Obama's Legacy. His Legacy Changed The Court.
The law and the politics of justice will never be the same.
Racial Stereotyping Is The 'Worst Thing' For Our Criminal Justice System
Elizabeth B. Wydra
President, Constitutional Accountability Center
When it makes its decision, the Supreme Court should ensure that our jury system, hailed at our nation's founding as a sacred bulwark of liberty, is a protective barrier against such discrimination, not an agent of it.
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Elena Kagan Keeps It Real, Says Having An Eight-Member Supreme Court Is Not 'Cost-Free'
The junior justice shed light on the dynamics of not having a ninth benchmate.
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Supreme Court Deals Blow To Puerto Rican Government -- And Gives Hope To Puerto Rico
The commonwealth is "sovereign," sure, but still highly dependent on Congress.
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The Supreme Court Could Throw A Lifeline To Debt-Swamped Puerto Rico
But they're still going to need a lot more of those.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Walked All Over Texas' Restrictive Abortion Law
She and the other women on the Supreme Court were on fire.
Antonin Scalia Actually Rooted For Elena Kagan's Nomination
Scalia and Kagan forged a friendship as duck hunting buddies.
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