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Supreme Court

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Is burglary a "crime of violence"? That's the vague term used by the federal immigration act. It involves deportation for an immigrant. Casting the deciding... [Read More]
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There are plenty of Supreme Court cases on diversity in hiring, but the legal lines are still blurry. [Read More]
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The man who challenged restrictions on transporting alcohol across provincial borders and took his legal fight all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada... [Read More]
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On Thursday evening, Alabama is set to execute an 83-year-old serial package bomber named Walter Leroy Moody. Moody is the oldest inmate on Alabama's... [Read More]
It's been three years since same-sex marriage became legal in all 50 states. The landmark Supreme Court decision was a resounding victory for the LGBT... [Read More]
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A push for freer alcohol trade within Canada fell flat at the country's highest court, in a ruling that offers little new clarity on the... [Read More]
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The Supreme Court is currently considering South Dakota v Wayfair. A case debating whether or not state and municipal governments can collect their respective sales... [Read More]
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ST. PAUL—The Minnesota Supreme Court has upheld a 2015 law that lets counties save money by bypassing the state auditor's office and hiring private accounting... [Read More]
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All nine judges sided with the provincial New Brunswick government against Gerard Comeau, a man stopped by police after buying 14 cases of beer and... [Read More]
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Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen blasted the Supreme Court on Wednesday for making the country less safe, saying at the southern border that a recent... [Read More]
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In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled provinces have the constitutional right to restrict the importation of alcohol from another province,... [Read More]
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Steven Senne/AP Images The Tampa Bay Times, one of the largest newspapers in the US, will lay off around 50 people. The publication... [Read More]
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The justices should throw out outdated precedent. [Read More]
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Missouri's extraordinarily complicated impeachment process, explained. Missouri Republicans have a huge problem on their hands: what to do with Republican Gov. Eric Greitens. Greitens is... [Read More]
The South Carolina Supreme Court is considering whether to force the operator of a low-level nuclear waste landfill to reduce the possibility of leaking radioactive... [Read More]
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The March 29 Ledger editorial, "The flip side of the campaign-finance coin," argues that political campaigns could be made fairer by removing limits on campaign... [Read More]
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As the thorny matter of eminent domain — the power of the government to seize private property for debatably public use — continues to flare... [Read More]
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In 45 states, pulling out your wallet and buying something is (with some exceptions) a taxable event. No matter where you buy that book, tool... [Read More]
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In a victory for the immigrant rights movement, the Supreme Court has struck down a law requiring the mandatory deportation of lawful permanent residents who... [Read More]
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Vitter declined to answer during her Senate confirmation hearing whether Supreme Court ruling ending school segregation was correctly decided. [Read More]
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