Supreme Court

Supreme Court decides offensive trademarks are protected speech after all

It's a win for the Washington football team and their offensive name.
In News by Tim Donnelly / June 19, 2017

Arkansas carrying out first executions since 2005 thanks to a deciding vote from Neil Gorsuch

SCOTUS rejected appeals that would have reversed the decision to execute Ledell Lee and seven others.
In News by Helen Holmes / April 21, 2017

This election, there will be fewer DOJ watchdogs to protect voters from harassment

A Supreme Court decision gutting the Voting Rights Act threatens minority voters.
In Politics by Drew Salisbury / October 24, 2016

How Hurricane Matthew might throw the election to Donald Trump

With Florida voter registration closing in five days, a potential nightmare scenario.
In Politics by Drew Salisbury / October 7, 2016

There’s gonna be a museum of dank Ruth Bader Ginsburg memes

It's described as “experiential," whatever that means.
In News by James Grebey / October 4, 2016

Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion restrictions

A victory for abortion rights in America.
In News by Jamie Peck / June 27, 2016

GOP clocks out early, says no hearing for new SCOTUS nominee

"The working man is a sucka." - Congressional Republicans
In Politics by Drew Salisbury / February 23, 2016

Sandra Day O’Connor tells Republicans to cut the crap and let Obama do his job

"Let's get on with it," the retired Supreme Court justice said about filling the late Antonin Scalia's seat.
In News by Drew Salisbury / February 18, 2016

Who will replace Justice Scalia on the Supreme Court?

Don't count the Sheik out, jabroni.
In Politics by Drew Salisbury / February 16, 2016

Botched executions to continue, rules Supreme Court

A victory for state-sanctioned killing.
In News by Drew Salisbury / June 29, 2015

Supreme Court upholds Obamacare, rejects latest lawsuit

The decision keeps the fate of the Affordable Care Act safe until at least the 2016 elections.
In News by Drew Salisbury / June 25, 2015

Supreme Court case could make same-sex marriage the law of the land

The key question that will be considered by the justices will not have to do with the legal definition of marriage, but whether the freedom to marry is a fundamental right and state bans represent violations of equal protection provisions under the Constitution.
In News by Drew Salisbury / April 28, 2015
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