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Supreme Court Rules States Can Punish Electoral College Voters [Video]

Supreme Court Rules States Can Punish Electoral College Voters

The Supreme Court granted states the right to punish electors who do not fulfil pledges to vote for a state's popular vote winner in presidential elections.

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Supreme Court Rules States Can Punish 'Faithless Electors' Who Buck Popular Vote [Video]

Supreme Court Rules States Can Punish 'Faithless Electors' Who Buck Popular Vote

The high court was unanimous in its ruling that the laws at issue in a pair of disputes from Washington and Colorado are constitutional. The decision from the Supreme Court comes just months ahead of..

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Supreme Court rules Electoral College voters can't go rogue [Video]

Supreme Court rules Electoral College voters can't go rogue

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to free "faithless electors" in the complex Electoral College system that decides the outcome of presidential elections from state laws that force them to..

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July 2nd, 1843: An alligator believed to have fallen out of the sky and other stories |Oneindia News [Video]

July 2nd, 1843: An alligator believed to have fallen out of the sky and other stories |Oneindia News

Alligator Falls Out of the Sky in Charleston, South Carolina during a thunderstorm. It is believed that the strange incident happened when a waterspout carried an alligator from a body of water and..

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Special Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Korryn Gaines' Family [Video]

Special Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Korryn Gaines' Family

Special Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Korryn Gaines' Family

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Supreme Court Rules Louisiana's Tough Restriction On Abortion Violates Constitution [Video]

Supreme Court Rules Louisiana's Tough Restriction On Abortion Violates Constitution

CBS4's Skyler Henry reports on the decision from D.C.

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Supreme Court Rules On Consumer Financial Protection Bureau [Video]

Supreme Court Rules On Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Supreme Court ruled that the president has broad authority to fire the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, but what does that mean for the future of the agency?

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Supreme Court rules on asylum cases [Video]

Supreme Court rules on asylum cases

10News' continuing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic

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Supreme Court rules on asylum case [Video]

Supreme Court rules on asylum case

10News' continuing coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, protests

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Can rules making masks mandatory hold up in court? [Video]

Can rules making masks mandatory hold up in court?

What are the rules when it comes to being required to wear masks.

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Supreme Court Rules Against Trump On Ending DACA [Video]

Supreme Court Rules Against Trump On Ending DACA

The Supreme Court issued a key ruling.

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Supreme Court rules to preserve DACA [Video]

Supreme Court rules to preserve DACA

Says administration used faulty procedure to end program

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Appeals court rules in favor of man who was tased by Euclid police officers in 2016 [Video]

Appeals court rules in favor of man who was tased by Euclid police officers in 2016

A federal appeals court just ruled that a case against the City of Euclid and the two officers who tased Euclid man Lamar Wright in 2016 can go to trial.

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Supreme Court Rules To Not End DACA Program [Video]

Supreme Court Rules To Not End DACA Program

The Supreme Court has blocked President Trump from ending the DACA program.

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Supreme Court rules against Trump administration's plan to end DACA [Video]

Supreme Court rules against Trump administration's plan to end DACA

The Supreme Court has ruled against the Trump administration's plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of DACA Program [Video]

Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of DACA Program

The Supreme Court blocked President Trump's attempt to end the DACA program.

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Supreme Court Rules Against Trump On DACA [Video]

Supreme Court Rules Against Trump On DACA

The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered a blow to President Trump's immigration agenda, ruling the administration's attempt to dismantle an Obama-era program that protects young undocumented immigrants..

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Illinois Supreme Court Rules Chicago Must Preserve Police Misconduct Records [Video]

Illinois Supreme Court Rules Chicago Must Preserve Police Misconduct Records

Records of misconduct against Chicago Police officers must be preserved, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday, dealing a setback to the police union, which wanted them destroyed.

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Supreme Court Rules Employers Can't Fire Workers For Being Gay, Transgender [Video]

Supreme Court Rules Employers Can't Fire Workers For Being Gay, Transgender

The 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..

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Supreme Court rules that civil rights laws protect LGBTQ employees from discrimination [Video]

Supreme Court rules that civil rights laws protect LGBTQ employees from discrimination

The Supreme Court has ruled that LGBTQ employees are protected under federal employment discrimination laws in a landmark decision.

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Supreme Court Rules LGBT Workers Protected by Law [Video]

Supreme Court Rules LGBT Workers Protected by Law

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees are protected from workplace discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Devin Fehely..

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Supreme Court Rules LGBTQ Workers Protected From Job Discrimination [Video]

Supreme Court Rules LGBTQ Workers Protected From Job Discrimination

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark law extends the protections of Title VII of the civil rights act of 1964 to the LGBTQ community. WBZ-TV's Mike LaCrosse reports.

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Major Victory For LGBTQ Workers As Supreme Court Rules They’re Protected By Federal Civil Rights Law [Video]

Major Victory For LGBTQ Workers As Supreme Court Rules They’re Protected By Federal Civil Rights Law

CBS4's Natalie Brand shares the details from D.C.

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Supreme Court Rules LGBTQ Workers Protected Under Civil Rights Law [Video]

Supreme Court Rules LGBTQ Workers Protected Under Civil Rights Law

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that it is illegal for an employer to fire someone because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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Federal Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Keeing White House Visitors A Secret [Video]

Federal Appeals Court Rules In Favor Of Keeing White House Visitors A Secret

A federal appeals court ruled the White House and Trump’s Mar-a-Lago can keep visitor logs a secret. In April 2017, President Donald Trump reversed an Obama policy of releasing visit records...

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Supreme Court rules against law allowing debt-collection robocalls to cell phones

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Supreme Court rules presidential electors can be forced to uphold popular vote

Thirty-two states require the people chosen on Election Day to cast ballots for the winner of their states' popular vote, but 18 states do not.  
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Electors Must Vote For Their State’s Preferred Candidate, Supreme Court Rules

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States May Curb ‘Faithless Electors,’ Supreme Court Rules

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U.S. Supreme Court rules against Washington ‘faithless electors,’ says states can require electors to back vote winners

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Federal court rules against Yakama tribe in policing dispute

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The Supreme Court has ruled that website names are trademarkable even if they consist of a generic term followed by ".com." The ruling means that Booking.com is eligible for a trademark on the generic..
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