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  • Supreme Court weighs worker pay for security checks

    Supreme Court weighs worker pay for security checks
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided on Wednesday over whether companies must pay workers for time spent undergoing security checks at the end of their shifts in a case involving an Amazon.com Inc warehousing contractor....
  • Supreme Court is asked again to block Texas law on abortion clinics

    Abortion-rights advocates are asking the Supreme Court to temporarily block enforcement of a Texas law that has forced the closure of 34 of the state's 41 licensed abortion facilities. Because of the law, critics say more than 900,000 Texas women of...
  • U.S. justices scratch chins over prison beard lengths

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court justices, hearing an important religious rights case on Tuesday, expressed doubt over whether the state of Arkansas can justify preventing a Muslim inmate from having a beard. The court appears likely to grant...
  • In prison grooming case, justices become the 'Barbers of Capitol Hill'

    WASHINGTON Arkansas prison inmate Gregory Houston Holt has a violent past, a dreary future and now, it appears, a decent shot at a Supreme Court victory. On Tuesday, conservative and liberal justices alike sounded sympathetic to Holt's claims that prison...
  • Supreme Court grants Ohio's request to shorten early-voting period

    The Supreme Court ordered a halt Monday to early voting in Ohio that was scheduled to begin this week, clearing the way for the state to close polls on the Sunday before election day, when African American turnout has been heaviest. The emergency order,...
  • Supreme Court prepares for another round of same-sex marriage arguments

    WASHINGTON Same-sex marriage is returning to the Supreme Court quietly, for now, but soon enough with a shout. The court's nine justices will meet privately on Monday to consider hundreds of petitions for the upcoming new term. The most anticipated of...
  • L.A. wants court to revive law allowing motel guest registry searches

    L.A. wants court to revive law allowing motel guest registry searches
    Los Angeles city attorneys are asking the Supreme Court to revive a local ordinance that gave police the authority to inspect guest-registration records of motels and hotels, arguing the surprise checks are needed to deter prostitutes and drug dealers and...
  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg signals she has no plans to retire soon

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg signals she has no plans to retire soon
    When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg walked from behind a stage curtain on a recent Friday afternoon, a huge roar went up from the jammed auditorium at George Washington University. "Everyone here is thrilled to be in the presence of the Notorious R.B.G.!"...
  • Scholars debate the meaning of the 2nd Amendment

    Two legal scholars went head to head over the legality of gun regulations Tuesday at Orange Coast College. Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the UC Irvine School of Law, argued in favor of allowing the government to regulate firearms, consider banning citizens...
  • Federal appeals court strikes down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban

    WASHINGTON Appellate judges on Monday struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban, further teeing up the marriage equality question for final resolution by the Supreme Court. In a 2-1 decision, the 4th U.S. Court of Appeals concluded Virginia's marriage...
  • Judges, remember: Cross is a Christian symbol

    Judges, remember: Cross is a Christian symbol
    There has been a disturbing willingness on the part of some judges in recent years to treat the Christian cross as a symbol that isn't, well, just Christian. The most high-profile and problematic example of this was Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia'...