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Nation NowChief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. assured the public that members of the Supreme Court are not “exempt” from the ethics rules for federal judges....
Company TownThe broadcacst industry is trying to persuade the Supreme Court to remove the FCC's indecency rules....
Nation NowSupreme Court ruling on death row inmate: The Supreme Court rarely gave an Alabama death row inmate a second chance to appeal, citing a "perfect storm" of missing lawyers and unopened letters....
Opinion L.A.Patt Morrison Asks: E. Randol Schoenberg on the Klimts and the Supreme Court....
Daily PressGiven that coaches forever preach about the importance of perseverance and resiliency when things go kaflooey, Hampton University's Donovan Rose has quite the teaching tool in his back pocket. The lesson is this: Sometimes, the adults get it wrong,...
KTLA NewsVAN NUYS, Calif. -- The Supreme Court issued a final, stinging rebuke of a lower court's decision on three separate occasions to dismiss the assault conviction of a grandmother in the shaking death of her 7-week-old grandson. The justices in an...
Tags: KTLA, Justice System, Trials, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer
1680: Pueblo Indians launched a successful revolt against Spanish colonists in present-day New Mexico. 1821: Missouri became the 24th state. 1846: President James K. Polk signed a measure establishing the Smithsonian Institution. 1949: The...
Tags: Missouri, Politics, Elections, U.S. Supreme Court, New Mexico
Nation NowGPS tracking: The Supreme Court justices seemed concerned by the potential of GPS devices to track people and their movements....
TribLocal - Highland Park & Highwood » NewsAs 12-year-old Jonny Cohen walked home from Elm Place Middle School, a yellow school bus zoomed past. That bus needs better gas mileage, he thought. …...
Exploring raceBy David G. Savage, Tribune Newspapers WASHINGTON— After skeptical questioning of a Chicago city attorney, the Supreme Court justices sounded Monday as though they will rule that the city must pay millions of dollars in damages to aspiring black...
Wal-Mart discrimination case: Will it change the future of class-action lawsuits? [The Conversation]Opinion L.A.Monday's Supreme Court decision ruling against the 1.5 million women suing Wal-Mart for alleged systematic sex discrimination may ultimately raise the bar on what constitutes a "class" in a class-action lawsuit. For those catching up on the case: The...
The Texas Tribune For the second time in three decades, a Texas court is preparing to decide whether Delma Banks Jr. should be executed for the 1980 shooting death of 16- year-old Richard Whitehead. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Banks’...
Tags: Punishment, Theft, Murder, Justice System, Drug Trafficking
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