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Supreme Court Leaves DACA Alone, Giving Democrats Little Incentive To Compromise
President Donald Trump proposed extending protections for certain Dreamers as part of a compromise to end the government shutdown.
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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear A Second Amendment Case For The First Time In 9 Years
The appeal was filed by three New York residents and New York’s National Rifle Association.
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Supreme Court Permits Trump's Transgender Military Ban To Move Forward
The 5-4 ruling temporarily reinstates the ban, but several lawsuits in lower courts are still pending.
'Fox & Friends' Apologizes For Airing Graphic That Implied Ruth Bader Ginsburg Died
Fox News' Steve Doocy blamed a "technical error" for the image, which incorrectly suggested that the Supreme Court justice had died.
Supreme Court Was Set To Meet Over Mueller Foreign Mystery Corporation
Company wants to file appeal under secret seal; reporters are arguing that case should be made public.
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How To Prepare For The End Of Roe v. Wade
It's time to face the very real possibility that the Supreme Court could make it nearly impossible to get an abortion.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Adding Citizenship Question To The Census
States and activists said adding the question would cause fewer immigrants and minorities to respond.
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Lindsey Graham 'Hell-Bent' On Replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg With A Conservative
The Senate judiciary committee chairman told Fox News that Democrats changed judicial confirmation rules and "this has come back to bite them."
Supreme Court Rules Against Mystery Company With Possible Ties To Mueller Probe
The court declined to block a grand jury subpoena against the foreign-owned firm, a reported target of the special counsel probe.
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Trump Declaring A National Emergency Would Be John Roberts' Next Big Test
There are growing signs that Chief Justice Roberts is looking to salvage the reputation of the court.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Won't Be Present For Oral Arguments For First Time
The Supreme Court associate justice, who had surgery last month, will work from home but still participate in the cases.
Supreme Court Agrees To Hear 2 Partisan Gerrymandering Cases
The court said it will hear two cases involving challenges to congressional districts in North Carolina and Maryland.
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Justice Kennedy Delivered 2018's Most Preventable Disaster
If America's fate rests with the Supreme Court, the future looks bleak.
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4 Devious Ways States Chipped Away At Abortion Rights In 2018
The past year's restrictions were particularly extreme.
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Released From Hospital After Cancer Surgery
The 85-year-old underwent surgery on Friday to remove two cancer growths from her lung.
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Susan Collins Delivered 2018's Most Shameful Hijacking Of Feminism
Collins could have quietly, disappointingly voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh. Instead, she wrapped her decision in a cynical faux-feminist bow.
Court Says Justice Ginsburg Up And Working After Surgery
Ginsburg underwent surgery Friday to remove two malignant growths in her left lung.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Voted From Hospital To Block Trump Asylum Restrictions
85-year-old justice lives up to Notorious RBG nickname even after cancer surgery.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Underwent Successful Pulmonary Lobectomy
"Post-surgery, there was no evidence of any remaining disease," the Supreme Court said.
Judges Dismiss All Ethics Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh
The federal court panel said it lacked the jurisdiction to weigh in on the 83 complaints against the new Supreme Court justice.
Democrats Plan Separate Fix For Voting Rights Act To Make Chief Justice Roberts Happy
The move is a recognition of the need to show the Supreme Court evidence of present-day discrimination.
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Despite Court Ruling To Eliminate Obamacare, States Plan To Expand Healthcare For The Poor
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Voters in Idaho, Nebraska and Utah recently approved plans to extend health insurance to 331,000.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Posed With Gift From Fan In Latest Supreme Court Portrait
"She is one of us!" said the woman who sent her the stunning present.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Draws Sold-Out Audience In New York
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The Supreme Court justice says she misses the "tremendous variety" of New York.
Justice Department Asks Supreme Court To Allow Transgender Military Ban On Interim Basis
Trump initially announced the ban in a series of tweets last July, prompting outcry from civil rights groups and a bevy of court challenges.
Kavanaugh Was Last Straw For Top California Supreme Court Justice Who Quit GOP
Tani Cantil-Sakauye says new generation of judges are embracing "California values."
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