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Supreme Court Appears Skeptical of Using Obstruction Law to Charge Jan. 6 Rioters

The Supreme Court seemed wary on Tuesday of letting prosecutors use a federal obstruction law to charge hundreds of rioters involved in the Capitol attack on Jan. 6, 2021. A…

Iran’s terror-enabling supreme leader only opens the door for Israel to hit back hard

After years of using its terrorist proxies to strike Israelis, the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei launched a direct attack Saturday against the Jewish state. More than 200…

Alabama Supreme Court rules frozen embryos are ‘children’

The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that frozen embryos are “children,” with potentially far-reaching implications for fertility clinics and in-vitro fertilization. The ruling appeared to be based on an extremely…

Florida Supreme Court to hear appeal of map that cut Black district

The Florida Supreme Court will take up a challenge to a controversial congressional map that voting rights groups say discriminates against Black voters, though a ruling is not expected to…

A Supreme Court case could mean jail time for Black and brown unhoused populations

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon determine whether cities are permitted to criminally punish members of the unhoused community for setting up camp on public property. The majority-conservative court granted…

Supreme Court declines to hear Apple-Epic antitrust case, meaning app makers can now point customers to the web

The Supreme Court has denied both Apple and Fortnite maker Epic Games’ request to appeal a lower court’s ruling on the alleged anticompetitive nature of Apple’s App Store. The decision…

Michigan Supreme Court Decides Trump Can Stay on Ballot

The Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday paved the way for Donald J. Trump to appear on the state’s primary ballot, a victory for the former president in a battleground state.…

Supreme Court won’t fast track Trump immunity claim

The U.S. Supreme Court Friday refused to fast-track a decision on former President Donald Trump’s claim of blanket immunity, a ruling that will likely delay the scheduled March 3 start…

Supreme Courtroom Will Hear Problem to Abortion Capsule Entry

The Supreme Courtroom didn’t set a date for argument however is anticipated to concern a choice by the top of its time period, in late June. Meaning a ruling may…

Jack Smith asks Supreme Court to quickly decide Trump immunity claim

Special counsel Jack Smith on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to step in and quickly decide former President Donald Trump’s claim that he enjoys blanket immunity from criminal prosecution…