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‘Not intended to disrespect Supreme Court’: Prashant Bhushan after verdict
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5 reasons why SC chose CBI probe for Sushant Singh Rajput death case
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Watch what top politicians said on SC order on Sushant Singh death case
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‘Confident that we will get justice’: Sushant Singh’s family after SC order
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'Very happy': Bihar DGP after SC orders CBI inquiry in SSR's death case
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Supreme Court orders CBI investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput death case
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9/17/20: Red and BlueWhen will the COVID19 vaccine be available?; Pa. Supreme Court rules on Green Party candidate
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Wisconsin Braces for a Critical Court Ruling on Its ElectionWeeks before the presidential vote, the state’s Supreme Court is preparing to decide whether thousands of ballots must be reprinted, which could lead to havoc in elections offices.
President Trump unveils new list of potential Supreme Court nominees to boost his re-election campaignThe list is intended to elevate the nation's highest court as an issue in 2020 – and put pressure on Democratic nominee Joe Biden to follow suit.
New Jersey sends first Black woman — and the youngest — to state Supreme CourtFabiana Pierre-Luis, nominated by Gov. Phil Murphy, won overwhelming support to the Supreme Court after initial questions about her age.
Trump, Democrats both hoped for political wins in Supreme Court decision on taxes. Neither got oneDemocrats played up the court's warning that not even Trump is "above the law," but the president got a reprieve for now from turning over records.
Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion lawA divided Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in..
Trump blasts DACA decision, asking if people get the impression 'the Supreme Court doesn't like me?'Trump denounced the Supreme Court for upholding a program allowing young, undocumented immigrants to remain in the U.S., accusing the court of "shotgun blasts" in the face of conservatives.
Brazil's Bolsonaro says time to end 'abuses' by Supreme CourtBrazil's President Jair Bolsonaro on Wednesday told supporters it is necessary to stop "abuses" from the nation's Supreme Court and that time was nearing to put "everything in its rightful place," his..
LGBT community applaud Supreme Court rulingThe Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative..
Brazil's Bolsonaro says he expects top court to end probe into his conduct over policeBrazilian president Jair Bolsonaro expects the Supreme Court to find no wrongdoing and end an investigation into potential political interference in the federal police, according to a statement from..
'Providing care today; face dismissal tomorrow': LGBTQ workers on the front lines as Supreme Court weighs job protectionsThe Supreme Court is expected to rule soon on LGBTQ job protections. Almost half of health care workers live in states that have no protections.
Were the Supreme Court’s Phone Arguments a Success?“I see so many flaws in it,” said Lyle Denniston, the dean emeritus of the Supreme Court press corps, who has attended more arguments than any other journalist.
Supreme Court begins first arguments by phoneIt's a morning of firsts for the Supreme Court, the first time audio of the court's arguments can be heard live by the world and the first arguments by telephone. (May 4)
Brazil public prosecutor Aras asks Supreme Court to authorize Bolsonaro investigationBrazilian public prosecutor Augusto Aras asked the Supreme Court on Friday to authorize the investigation of allegations made by former minister Sergio Moro against President Jair Bolsonaro, his office..
Results of Wisconsin's chaotic election to be made public MondayResults will be released on Monday for a hotly contested state Supreme Court race, a presidential primary and other elections conducted in Wisconsin last week despite health fears from the coronavirus..
Kansas' high court weighs on religious servicesAn attorney for Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly told the state Supreme Court on Saturday that a Republican-dominated legislative panel exceeded its authority when it overturned the Democratic governor's..
Israeli parliament speaker, a Netanyahu ally, resigns in clash with Supreme CourtThe speaker of Israel's parliament, an ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, resigned on Wednesday, sharpening a battle with the Supreme Court over its concerns that democracy could be a casualty..
Guinea-Bissau Supreme Court accuses army of occupying courtsA dozen soldiers have occupied the grounds of Guinea-Bissau's Supreme Court, the court said on Tuesday, deepening a post-election crisis that has resulted in the appointment of rival presidents and the..
Supreme Court sends Arizona cross-border shooting case of José Antonio Elena Rodriguez back to appeals courtThe Supreme Court has sent back an Arizona cross-border shooting case to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for reconsideration.
Supreme Court to Hear Obamacare AppealThe Affordable Care Act, which has survived two major challenges in the Supreme Court, faces another test.
At Supreme Court, a Case on Abuse of the No-Fly ListThree Muslim men say F.B.I. agents tried to use the list to coerce them into becoming informants, in violation of a federal law protecting religious freedom.
In One State, a Holdout Juror Can’t Block a Conviction. That May Not Last.Oregon is the last state in the nation where a jury can convict a defendant without a unanimous vote. The Supreme Court is weighing whether that is constitutional.
Philippines seeks scrapping of 'abusive' broadcaster's franchiseThe Philippine government on Monday urged the Supreme Court to cancel the franchises of the country's top broadcaster, ABS-CBN Corp, a move slammed by opposition lawmakers and activists as an attack..
A Proposal to Offset Prosecutors’ Power: The ‘Defender General’If criminal defendants are to face a level playing field at the Supreme Court, a new article says, fundamental change is needed.
Supreme Court Seems Ready to Allow Some State Aid to Religious SchoolsThe justices heard arguments on a Montana scholarship program struck down by the state’s Supreme Court.
Guinea-Bissau electoral commission confirms Embalo as presidentGuinea-Bissau's national electoral commission confirmed former Prime Minister Umaro Cissoko Embalo as winner of the presidential ballot on Wednesday, after the Supreme Court threw the result into doubt..
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Lesser UK courts will be able to overturn ECJ rulings after Brexit: PM's spokesmanLegislation to enact British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's deal to leave the European Union will include the provision for courts lower than the Supreme Court to overturn rulings made by the European..
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Supreme Court May Back Insurers in $12 Billion Obamacare CaseThe justices weighed whether the federal government may walk away from a commitment to shield insurance companies from losses.
Violent Protests and Free Speech: Who’s to Blame for an Officer’s Injuries?The A.C.L.U. asked the Supreme Court to hear an appeal from DeRay Mckesson, a Black Lives Matter activist sued by a Louisiana police officer.
Trump asks Supreme Court to temporarily block two banks from disclosing his financial recordsIn an emergency filing, President Trump has asked the Supreme Court to block two banks from releasing his financial records to two House committees.
Mexico's Lopez Obrador gains ally on top court with new judgeMexico's Senate overwhelmingly approved a new member of the Supreme Court on Thursday, giving President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador a new ally on the 11-member panel.
Blind inmate to be executed by electric chair, first since death penalty reinstatedThe state's Supreme Court refused to postpone the execution of Lee Hall, who was convicted in the burning death of estranged girlfriend Traci Crozier.
President Trump has one last chance to keep tax returns, financial records secret: the Supreme CourtCould Trump get a more friendly reception at the high court where Two of the nine justices, Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, are his nominees?
How Far Can Cities Go to Police the Homeless? Boise Tests the LimitA decade-old legal fight shapes a mayoral race and offers the Supreme Court a chance to weigh in.
Trump administration asks top court to allow it to resume federal executionsThe U.S. Justice Department on Monday asked the Supreme Court to allow the resumption of the death penalty at the federal level after a 16-year hiatus, hours after an appeals court blocked the..
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The Curious Case of Aurelius Capital v. Puerto RicoHow a hedge fund’s efforts to take the island territory to the cleaners wound up before the Supreme Court — with ordinary Puerto Ricans arguing in the hedge fund’s favor.
Adnan Syed’s Case, of ‘Serial’ Fame, Is Declined by Supreme CourtThe justices left in place a ruling by Maryland’s highest court denying Mr. Syed a new trial in the 1999 killing of Hae Min Lee.
Can Trump Challenge His Impeachment in the Supreme Court?The president has vowed to ask the justices to intercede, but the Constitution and precedents are against him.
Justice Department backs Trump in Supreme Court fight over his tax returnsThe U.S. Justice Department on Friday backed President Donald Trump in his fight at the Supreme Court to prevent his tax returns from being disclosed to a New York prosecutor.
House committee urges Supreme Court to order immediate release of Trump's tax, financial recordsA House panel investigating President Trump's financial dealings urged the Supreme Court to require that his accounting firm release his tax records.
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Supreme Court hears arguments on "Dreamers" in DACA caseMore than 700,000 young immigrants who grew up in the U.S. could be at risk of deportation if the Supreme Court doesn't rule in their favor. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez explains..