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  • 'Bonanza' is alive and well at the Supreme Court

     
    The FCC's rules on what can, and can't, be shown or said on the public airwaves may have a quaint feel to most Americans, but the Supreme Court seems to like them just fine, thank you....
  • Another vote for Supreme Court term limits

     
    I've been knocking this idea around for years and even wrote about this particular angle back in November. Now Hendrik Hertzberg is promoting it in the New Yorker: At least one idea (Texas governor and former GOP presidential hopeful Rick)......
  • Sunnylands: The making of a mansion's mystique

     
    Sunnylands: A timeline in the history of Walter and Leonore Annenbergs' landmark mansion in Rancho Mirage....
  • Pritzker Prize goes to Wang Shu, 48-year-old Chinese architect

     
    Pritzker Prize: The Pritzker Prize, architecture's most prestigious award, on Monday was awarded to Wang Shu, a Chinese architect. Wang Shu is in Los Angeles for an appearance at UCLA....
  • Pritzker Prize winner Wang Shu speaks to packed house at UCLA

     
    Christopher Hawthorne reports from a lecture at UCLA by new Pritzker Prize laureate Wang Shu....
  • Strip Search for Traffic Tickets

     
    Our U.S. Supreme Court has turned out to be a really scary bunch. I won't rehash all the ways in which the activist conservative majority has reshaped American life -- most recently with the abominable Citizens United decision, opening the......
  • Former USC student wins Supreme Court copyright decision

     
    A former USC student who bought textbooks in his homeland of Thailand and sold them in the United States won a major Supreme Court ruling on copyright law that gives foreign buyers of textbooks, movies and other products a right to resell them in the...
  • Noah Feldman: Pendulum shifting on police actions

    Are the past year's examples of racially charged police abuses from Ferguson to Staten Island to North Charleston affecting the Supreme Court? In a subtle way, the answer may well be yes. In the first evidence of an effect, the Supreme Court held...
  • After court adjourns, 9th Circuit judge's movie nights are a hit

    After court adjourns, 9th Circuit judge's movie nights are a hit
    It's movie night at the courthouse. U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Alex Kozinski, his identification and security tags hanging from his neck, greets dozens of people who have shown up early for a guided tour of the court's headquarters, an...
  • Supreme Court justices appear ready to rule against California raisin board

    Supreme Court justices appear ready to rule against California raisin board
    The Supreme Court justices sounded ready Wednesday to rule in favor of a Fresno raisin farmer by striking down part of a Depression-era law that allows a government-backed board to seize part of a farmer’s crop in order to reduce supply and prop...
  • High court limits drug-sniffing dog searches during traffic stops

    High court limits drug-sniffing dog searches during traffic stops
    The Supreme Court told the police Tuesday they may not turn routine traffic stops into drug searches using trained dogs. The 6-3 decision limits the increasingly common practice whereby officers stop a car for a traffic violation and then call for a...