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The U.S. Senate confirmed Patricia Millett, along partisan lines, to be a judge on the extremely powerful U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear arguments from three former University of Southern Mississippi soccer coaches who alleged sexual harassment and sexual discrimination.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled for a Sprint Nextel Corp subsidiary locked in a dispute with the utilities regulator in Iowa.
Human Rights Watch recently revealed that many federal drug defendants are bullied into pleading guilty , and it turns out the Supreme Court has specifically said it is acceptable for prosecutors to threaten defendants in order to avoid a trial.
Attorney General George Jepsen said Monday that he is pulling back, for the moment, on his planned appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court of state employee unions' major victory in a 2003 court case concerning then-Gov. John G. Rowland's layoff of 2,800 unionized state workers.
Mitch McConnell is taking his opposition to President Barack Obama's recess appointments all the way to the Supreme Court.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane is seeking to be dismissed from a federal lawsuit pending in Philadelphia that challenges Pennsylvania's same-sex marriage ban.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday seemed poised to throw out an appeals court ruling that upheld a $1.4 million jury verdict that a former airline pilot won against his employer.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left intact a $142 million jury verdict against Pfizer Inc over the company's marketing of the epilepsy drug Neurontin.
In conference on Friday, the Supreme Court considered certiorari petitions in two software patent cases.
A federal appeals court appeared ready last year to strike down as an unconstitutional invasion of privacy a controversial California law requiring police to collect DNA samples from every person arrested in the state.
The nation's largest gay rights group says corporate support for gay and transgender workers is reaching new corners of the country and the economy six months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the... Corporate support for gay and transgender rights is reaching workers in new corners of the country and economy six months after the U.S.
Corporate support for gay and transgender rights is reaching workers in new corners of the country and economy six months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal Defense of Marriage Act, according to a new report card from the nation's largest LGBT advocacy group.
Eight employees at U.S. Steel Gary Works have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to determine when their shifts start.
Attorneys will go before the Kansas Supreme Court next week to argue cases related to the state's "Hard 50" prison sentence and whether changes made to the law by legislators in September can be applied retroactively.