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  • Supreme Court justices chew on teeth-whitening dispute

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court may have bitten off more than it can chew in a North Carolina case about whether the state dental board has the authority to regulate teeth-whitening services, with the justices appearing unsure how to rule....
  • High court considers if state boards serve public or limit competition

    High court considers if state boards serve public or limit competition
    States have the power to license doctors and lawyers, and prevent others from offering consumers medical or legal services at a lower cost. But what about the licensing of floral designers, cosmetologists, hair braiders, interior designers or casket...
  • Supreme Court reviews NC's management of teeth-whitening businesses

    WASHINGTON Supreme Court justices Tuesday chewed over North Carolina's management of the teeth-whitening business, in a case with implications that go well beyond dentistry. During an hourlong oral argument, justices questioned whether the dentist-...
  • Documents show how Clintons tried to cope with Lewinsky, other scandals

    WASHINGTON The Clinton Presidential Library on Friday released 10,000 pages of previously undisclosed documents that involved a series of touchy subjects from the 42nd president's time in the White House. They cover the gamut of scandals some big, some...
  • Supreme Court hears arguments in Amazon warehouse dispute

    Supreme Court hears arguments in Amazon warehouse dispute
    — Is a warehouse worker passing through a security check after he's clocked out similar to a casino or bank employee securing her cash drawer at the end of a shift? U.S. Supreme Court justices weighed that and other comparisons Wednesday during...
  • 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...
  • Tea Party leader sees victory in Broward Republican Party secretary's resignation

    Barely two weeks into 2014, and Broward Republican Chairman Tom Truex’s top goals for the year – stop internal party fighting over social issues and focus on Democrats – aren’t going so well. Earlier this week, Truex confirmed...
  • U.S. Supreme Court rules GPS tracking requires a warrant

    U.S. Supreme Court rules GPS tracking requires a warrant
    Police erred by not obtaining an extended search warrant before attaching a tracking device to a drug suspect's car, the Supreme Court said in a unanimous ruling Monday. A majority of justices said that secretly placing the device and monitoring the man'...
  • Heralded young prosecutor joins city state's attorney's office

    Heralded young prosecutor joins city state's attorney's office
    When Thiru Vignarajah left the Maryland U.S. attorney's office to lead a new unit of the city prosecutors, there was the matter of putting together a new team of lawyers to pursue major crimes, bolstering relationships with police and other law...
  • Supreme Court considers whether lab analysts are 'witnesses'

    Supreme Court considers whether lab analysts are 'witnesses'
    WASHINGTON - Supreme Court justices were sharply divided Tuesday over whether a lab analyst who did a crucial DNA test that identified a Chicago rapist must testify at his trial, deepening a split that defies the usual conservative and liberal lines....
  • Gay marriage fight may hinge on Supreme Court's Anthony Kennedy

    Gay marriage fight may hinge on Supreme Court's Anthony Kennedy
    The Supreme Court has nine justices, but if the constitutional fight over same-sex marriage reaches them this year, the decision will probably come down to just one: a California Republican and Reagan-era conservative who has nonetheless written the...