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The future of Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage goes before a federal judge this week, and while critics will argue that it unconstitutionally discriminates against gays and lesbians, there appears to be little support for it to be upheld.
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You've probably never heard of Edna Davis. But the 80-year Republican from northeastern Ohio will have a role on Tuesday when the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments about an Ohio law that bans false speech in election campaigns.
Is it a "gimmick" or the "next technological step"? The "functional equivalent of cable service" or the Sony Betamax? The "Super Bowl" of television copyright or "an overproduced" halftime show? The U.S. Supreme Court on April 22 will sort through those charges and countercharges in American Broadcasting Cos.
Those sworn to represent us in government often represent themselves, instead. And sometimes these same self-actualizing politicians find that our constitutional rights merely get in the way of their political desires.
When the U.S. Supreme Court hears a one-hour oral argument in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, it will not be the first time the court's nine justices will have the final say over the fate of a new TV viewing technology.
The future of Aereo, an online service that provides over-the-air TV channels, hinges on a battle with broadcasters that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court this week.
Jennifer Gratz bristled when reports last week compared her University of Michigan fight with that of a young woman's from Detroit.
The US Supreme Court on Monday wades into Argentina's multi-billion dollar legal fight with bond investors who turned down two debt restructuring offers after the country's 2002 default.
More financial details are simplified and harmonized for same-sex and opposite-sex couples.
When the former leader of New York's Senate goes on trial next month for the second time, he'll stand accused of only two charges under a revised fraud case alleging he took actual bribes or kickbacks.
Cheerios' maker General Mills has new policies saying that consumers who interact with it online must agree to binding arbitration in case of disputes.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is set to decide whether police can legally draw the blood of a suspected drunkrn driver without a warrant or the consent of the driver.
Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas A. Balmer, center, questions an attorney, feb.
The family of a Marine who killed himself after a tour of duty in Iraq will be allowed to proceed with a lawsuit against the federal government over his treatment by two Veterans Affairs facilities in Kentucky.
First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver a commencement address this year at an assembly of public high schools in Topeka, Kansas, to mark the 60th anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, Brown vs. Board of Education, the White House announced on Thursday.
A federal judge has refused to throw out a Richmond woman's 14-year prison sentence for helping illegal aliens obtain driver's licenses and other identification.