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Supreme Court to hear case on redacted Mueller report
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SCOTUS allows public money for religious schools
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Trump administration asks Supreme Court to axe Obamacare
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Rath Yatra 2020: King of Puri arrives at Jagannath Temple to perform 'Chhera Pahanra' ritual
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After getting nod from SC, Rath Yatra preparations underway at Puri's Jagannath Temple
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Rath Yatra: Odisha's fire and disaster management dept sanitised roads in Puri
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Rath Yatra 2020: BJP leaders, petitioner welcome SC's decision
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Gujarat govt to file petition in HC to seek permission for Rath Yatra in Ahmedabad
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Conducting Rath Yatra during times of COVID-19 is challenging: CM Patnaik
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Govt of Odisha welcomes Supreme Court's decision on Rath Yatra
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Jharkhand CM opposes Centre's decision to auction coal blocks for commercial mining
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Both ends have to be ready, there must be traffic to restart international operations: Civil Aviation Secy
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U.S. Supreme Court blocks Trump bid to end 'Dreamers' immigrant program
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'This way is the American way': Pelosi on DACA ruling
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'This is just the beginning' -Schumer celebrates DACA ruling
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SCOTUS: DACA Stand!
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Laverne Cox 'cried' at U.S. Supreme Court's LGBTQ protections ruling
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Supreme Court decision 'catalyst' for change: LGBT activists
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Ellen DeGeneres and Cynthia Nixon applaud LGBTQ Supreme Court ruling
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U.S. Supreme Court Denies 10 Different Appeals Challenging Firearms
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Our Supreme Court Correspondent on This Week’s Abortion RulingA Louisiana law that could have reduced the number of abortion clinics in the state to one was struck down on Monday. In an interview, Adam Liptak, who covers the court, provided context to the..
Supreme Court to decide if Congress can get secret Russia grand jury materialsA House committee controlled by Democrats wants to see secret documents that it says could lead to another impeachment inquiry.
COVID pandemic is no time to ask the Supreme Court to kill ObamacareDonald Trump's cruelty in handling the coronavirus now extends to millions who have lost their jobs and employer-sponsored health insurance: Our view
Supreme Court lifts ban on religious school aidStates can't cut religious schools out of programs that send public money to private education, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in a 5-4 vote. (June 30)
I run a Louisiana abortion clinic. Despite Supreme Court win, I'm nervous for our future.States have passed hundreds of anti-abortion laws in the last few years. At the Supreme Court, we were successful in striking down just one.
Supreme Court makes religious school education eligible for public aidThe court did not require states to fund religious education, ruling only that programs cannot favor private secular schools over religious ones.
John Roberts Was Already Chief Justice. But Now It’s His Court.Chief Justice Roberts has replaced Justice Anthony M. Kennedy as the member of the Supreme Court at its ideological center, and his vote is now the crucial one in closely divided cases.
The Supreme Court Stopped Anti-Abortion Momentum. For Now.The movement has a long pipeline of new cases that, if taken up by the Supreme Court, could present a more direct challenge to Roe v. Wade.
Science prevails in Supreme Court ruling on abortion law that provided no medical benefitThe Supreme Court followed scientific research and evidence when it came to abortion in Louisiana. All courts and lawmakers should do the same.
Activists react to SCOTUS abortion clinic rulingA divided Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics on Monday, ruling the law requiring doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates..
Supreme Court clears way for federal executions to resumeAttorney General William Barr announced last year the federal government would conduct its first executions since 2003 using the drug pentobarbital
Today in History for June 29thHighlights of this day in history: The U.S. Supreme Court effectively voids state death penalty laws; Jerusalem reunified under Israeli control after the Six-Day War; Singer Rosemary Clooney and..
Appeals Court Rejects Trump’s Diversion of Military Funds for Border WallAn appeals court ruled that President Trump illegally diverted funding for his border wall without congressional approval, likely sending the issue to the Supreme Court.
AP Top Stories June 26 AHere's the latest for Friday June 26th: Trump administration asks Supreme Court to overturn Affordable Care Act; House passes police reform bill; Oakland to eliminate school district police department;..
Fact check: Supreme Court decision doesn't give DACA recipients jobs over U.S. citizensThe claim that the Supreme Court's ruling upholding the DACA program made it illegal to hire U.S. citizens over so-called Dreamers is false.
Lawyer reacts to Supreme Court asylum case rulingThe Supreme Court on Thursday strengthened the Trump administration's ability to deport people seeking asylum without allowing them to make their case to a federal judge (June 25)
Supreme Court Says Rejected Asylum Seekers Have No Right to Object in CourtThe case concerned a member of Sri Lanka’s Tamil ethnic minority who said he feared persecution and sought to file a petition for a writ of habeas corpus.
Music Director Fired From Catholic Parish Days Before Supreme Court L.G.B.T.Q. RulingTerry Gonda, a music director at her parish near Detroit, was told she would be fired because she is married to a woman. Days later came the Supreme Court ruling on L.G.B.T.Q. workplace rights.
Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ discrimination points to faith leaders' divide over gay rightsReligious leaders in the U.S. are divided by a landmark Supreme Court ruling protecting LGBTQ civil rights in the workplace.
Donald Trump to issue executive order limiting temporary work visasTrump's executive order comes days after the Supreme Court ruled the administration erred in its effort to halt the DACA program created by Obama.
'The discrimination is more low-key' in Kentucky 5 years after marriage equality ruling2020 marks five years since the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage across the country.
Donald Trump says he will try again to deport young migrants, despite Supreme Court rulingWith immigration a political and legal issue, Trump would not be able to deport young migrants anytime soon – and there's an election on Nov. 3.
Trump Says Administration Will Try Again to End DACAResponding to Thursday’s Supreme Court decision, the president said he will follow the rules set out by the justices to challenge the Obama-era program protecting young immigrants from deportation.
Arizona DACA recipients applaud Supreme Court rulingYoung immigrants in Phoenix, Arizona expressed some relief Thursday that the U.S. Supreme Court has kept alive, for now, the Obama-era program that allows immigrants brought here as children to work..
AP Debrief: Supreme Court rejects Trump on DACAThe Supreme Court has rejected President Donald Trump's effort to end legal protections for 650,000 young immigrants, the second stunning election-season rebuke from the court in a week. (June 18)
Trump pledges new list of conservative Supreme Court contendersPresident Donald Trump, hit by a second U.S. Supreme Court loss in four days, said on Thursday he plans to issue an updated list of potential conservative nominees to the high court after the justices..
‘It Feels Like I Can Finally Breathe’: ‘Dreamers’ Get a Reprieve on DACAThousands of young people who were in the country illegally as children have been caught in legal limbo. A new Supreme Court ruling gave them a temporary win.
What is next for immigrant 'Dreamers' after U.S. Supreme Court ruling?The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled 5-4 against President Donald Trump's move to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that offers work permits and deportation relief to..
Pelosi praises DACA decision, no regrets on BoltonSpeaker of the House Nancy Pelosi praised the Supreme Court decision that allows young immigrants to retain protection from deportation. She also criticized John Bolton who she says knows President..
'I get goosebumps': Laverne Cox on Netflix transgender history doc, landmark Supreme Court decisionLaverne Cox talks everything from her new Netflix documentary "Disclosure" to Pride Month to this week's landmark Supreme Court decision.
DACA recipient relieved at Supreme Court decisionDACA recipient surprised and relieved at Supreme Court decision, but vows to concentrate on permanent protection for immigrants. (June 18)
Pelosi urges Senate to take up 'Dreamers' bill after top court rulingU.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday urged the Senate to take up legislation previously passed by the Democratic-led House in support of so-called "Dreamers" now that the Supreme Court has..
Trump: U.S. Supreme Court decisions 'horrible'President Donald Trump on Thursday railed against the U. S. Supreme Court's "horrible" decisions, seemingly referring to recent rulings that gay and transgender workers are protected under federal..
U.S. Supreme Court blocks Trump bid to end 'Dreamers' immigrant programThe U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday dealt President Donald Trump a major setback on his hardline immigration policies, blocking his bid to end a program that protects from deportation hundreds of..
Supreme Court ruling upholds DACA program for young, undocumented immigrantsThe program, created by President Barack Obama in 2012, allows nearly 700,000 immigrants to live and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation.
Dormant Transgender Rights Cases See New Life in Supreme Court RulingTransgender Americans such as Rachel Tudor have been fighting for their rights at work, school and housing for years. On Monday, the Supreme Court gave them hope.
Supreme Court LGBT ruling gives hope to those challenging military transgender banNic Talbott, a transgender man, was driving his truck in Chicago when his phone started buzzing in July 2017. With just over 50 words on Twitter, his dream to join the military seemed to have been..
Laverne Cox on SCOTUS decisions, Black Trans Lives MatterLaverne Cox is applauding the Supreme Court's decision that gay and transgender workers are protected by law., but she says more work needs to be done. (June 17)
Solicitor General Noel Francisco resigns after tumultuous years representing Trump at Supreme CourtNoel Francisco spent three years as solicitor general of the United States during a time of non-stop legal tumult, mostly over immigration policy.
Brazil's Bolsonaro says time to end 'abuses' of Supreme CourtBrazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday launched a new attack on the country's Supreme Court which has authorized probes into some of his activities, accusing the court of "committing..
Supreme Court stays Texas execution scheduled for TuesdayThe U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday stayed the execution in Texas of a convicted killer scheduled to die later in the evening, ruling that a lower court judge should consider the man's request to have a..
Supreme Court blocks execution for Texas prisoner denied spiritual adviserThe court blocked a Buddhist prisoner's execution last year without his spiritual adviser. In response, Texas barred all clergy from executions.
Texas Democrats ask Supreme Court to expand mail-in votingThe Texas Democratic Party said on Tuesday it asked the U.S. Supreme Court to accept its case seeking to expand vote-by-mail in the state ahead of this year's elections, saying the coronavirus pandemic..
Ruling on LGBTQ rights once again reveals precarious nature of Supreme Court's conservative majorityDuring their short time on the high court, the two conservatives have shown they are willing to tangle with doctrinaire conservatism – and each other.
In CA: Workplace equality gets a major win; police can keep their immunityThe FBI joins the investigation into the death of a Black man found hanging from a tree in L.A. County. And the Supreme Court rules gay and transgender people should have equal workplace rights and..
Next LGBTQ rights legal battle looms after Supreme Court victoryThe U.S. Supreme Court's ruling protecting LGBT rights in the workplace sets the stage for another major legal fight over the scope of religious-rights exemptions to certain federal laws that could..
Reaction after ruling protects LGBT people at workCommunity members react after the Supreme Court rules a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBTQ rights..
Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ rights: What does it mean and what changes?The Supreme Court delivered another victory for the LGBTQ rights movement, but how does it affect employees at small businesses in some states?
Supreme Court rejects cases over 'qualified immunity' for policeThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear eight cases involving a legal defense called qualified immunity that can be used to shield government officials from lawsuits, including seven..