Articles Tagged 'Supreme Court'
U.S. Supreme Court allows Sandy Hook suit against Remington to advance
Washington – The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday said it would not hear an appeal of a Connecticut court decision that allowed the families of… READ MORE
DACA lands before Supreme Court: Showdown over Trump bid to end ‘Dreamer’ program
The long-running battle over the Trump administration’s bid to end the Obama-era program for young undocumented immigrants known as “Dreamers” will land before the Supreme… READ MORE
Baltimore’s Climate Change Lawsuit Against Energy Companies Can Proceed, Supremes Say
The Supreme Court allowed the city of Baltimore to proceed with its climate change lawsuit against two dozen fossil fuel companies Tuesday, after the corporate… READ MORE
Supreme Court kicks off blockbuster term with consequential LGBT rights cases
When the Supreme Court’s nine members take their seats Monday for the start of their next term, the justices will waste little time before confronting… READ MORE
McConnell says Republicans would fill 2020 Supreme Court vacancy
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Tuesday that Republicans would fill a Supreme Court vacancy even if it occurs during the 2020 presidential election.… READ MORE
Recount likely in WI Supreme Court race
With all precincts in Wisconsin reporting, Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn has a nearly 6,000 vote lead over candidate Lisa Neubauer.
The vote totals… READ MORE
Supreme Court sides with Trump on detention of immigrants
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled in favor of the Trump administration by deciding federal officials can detain immigrants at any time for possible deportation… READ MORE
‘Peace Cross’ memorial at center of landmark Supreme Court fight over religious displays
BLADENSBURG, Md. — The war memorial has seen better days. Sitting in a traffic circle in the Washington suburbs, the Bladensburg Peace Cross as it… READ MORE
Supreme Court says vote of dead ‘progressive icon’ judge does not count
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the decisive vote in a California pay dispute case before a lower court doesn’t count — because the… READ MORE
Supreme Court strikes blow against states that raise revenue by hefty fines, forfeitures
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that states cannot impose excessive fees, fines and forfeitures as criminal penalties.
The decision, which united the… READ MORE