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  1. U.S. Supreme Court Fast FactsRead the original story

    58 min ago | WICU12 Erie

    Facts: The U.S. Supreme Court was created in accordance with Article III, section 1 of the Constitution of the United States and by the authority of the Judiciary Act of September 24, 1789. The number of associate justices may be fixed by Congress and under the authority of the act of June 25, 1948 .


  2. The Judiciary's Role In Fundamental TransformationRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Daily Caller

    The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court gather for a group portrait in the East Conference Room at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, October 8, 2010. Seated from left to right in front row are: Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


  3. Kathleen Parker: Obama's spiteful legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Commercial Dispatch

    In the amusing camp are Democratic strategists who intone that more Democrats would have won if only more people had voted. The gods surely blush with envy.


  4. Obamacare Subsidies Case: No Court or Congress Fix Likely?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | FindLaw

    By now, you probably know what the Obamacare subsidies case is all about. We've written about it plenty, after all.


  5. Donald Trump's Monday Morning Constipation On Fox NewsRead the original story

    Monday | Crooks and Liars

    A Monday morning is not complete without the rantings of a true Republican hero, Donald Trump. No matter where he is in the United States, Trump graces the friends with his two cents every Monday.


  6. Why Kinder Morgan relies on a civil injunction rather than criminal sanctions to punish protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Georgia Straight

    In 1999, Amir Attaran, now an associate professor of law at the University of Ottawa, wrote a paper in the UBC Law Review offering an alternative to these "John Doe, Jane Doe and persons unknown" injunctions. [Click downloads above to read the article.] These court orders often inflict greater penalties on protesters than Criminal Code charges for mischief, trespassing, or other offences connected to public protests.


  7. Four words that could deep-six ObamacareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WUSA-TV Washington

    Four words that could deep-six Obamacare Four words could render health insurance premiums unaffordable for millions of Americans. Check out this story on Obamacare's next round at the Supreme Court hinges on the meaning of four words in the 906-page law.


  8. Make My DayTHE Reluctant Evolution of a Computer GeekRead the original story

    Feb 4, 2010 | American Reporter

    It's easy to make the case that there is nothing that has done more to damage the proper functioning of our democracy than the system of legalized bribery and graft that now dominates the American political process. Over the past year in Congress, we've seen the big insurance companies disrupt the health care debate, the big banks opposing regulations to protect our economy, and the big oil companies slow efforts to address global warming.


  9. Of Worms and DragonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Belmont Club

    Two articles illustrate in two different attitudes. The article demonstrates the result of as valuing civility and fairness above all as Peter Shuck explains in the New York Times why "The Impeachment of Obama on Immigration May Be Legal - But It's Wrong", referring to his amnesty of illegal aliens by executive order.


  10. Kagan discusses the Constitution, the Supreme Court and her time at PrincetonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | PressReleasePoint

    Elena Kagan, an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and a member of Princeton's Class of 1981, engages in a discussion with President Christopher L. Eisgruber, a renowned constitutional scholar, before answering questions from students and other members of the audience during an event Thursday, Nov. 20, in Richardson Auditorium. In a conversation peppered with humor and warmth, Elena Kagan, an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court and a member of Princeton's Class of 1981, offered insights into her time at the University, the workings of the court and her legal philosophy on Thursday, Nov. 20, at Richardson Auditorium.


  11. Think Obama Is Behaving Like A Dictator On Immigration? SCOTUS Would Very Much Beg To DifferRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 |

    I am a Senior Political Contributor at Forbes and the official 'token lefty,' as the title of the page suggests. However, writing from the 'left of center' should not be confused with writing for the left as I often annoy progressives just as much as I upset conservative thinkers.


  12. Consequences Loom Large In Obama's Decision On ImmigrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Switched

    President Barack Obama speaks during a news conference in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Obama said he'll defer deportations and open the chance of better jobs for about 5 million undocumented immigrants, ending months of build-up and initiating a showdown with congressional Republicans.


  13. Should We Impeach Chief Justice John Roberts?Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Common Dreams

    Republicans like to talk about impeaching President Obama, but there is a far more deserving candidate for impeachment-Chief Justice John Roberts of the Supreme Court. While the Republicans in Congress have blocked Democrats from enacting much of substance, the GOP majority in control of the Court has been effectively legislating on its own, following an agenda neatly aligned with their conservative party.


  14. Supreme Court Denies Stay In South Carolina Gay Marriage RulingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | On Top Magazine

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday refused to stay a ruling striking down South Carolina's ban on gay marriage. Last week, U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel declared the ban invalid and ordered the state to begin issuing marriage licenses to gay couples starting on Thursday at noon.


  15. If LePage wants Medicaid case before Supreme Court, he needs a credible caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Bangor Daily News

    Gov. Paul LePage thinks his administration's bid to trim Maine's Medicaid rolls even more than it already has is destined to be settled by the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. But he's mistaken in thinking his administration is raising a compelling legal challenge to a federal law.


  16. SCOTUS Denies Stay Request In South Carolina Marriage Equality CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Daily Kos

    Yesterday, South Carolina state officials asked the SCOTUS to stay the marriage equality ruling in that state. Justice Roberts referred the motion to the entire Court and the stay was denied this morning.


  17. Supreme Court rejects South Carolina stay on gay marriageRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Washington Times

    ... with South Carolina state law, which upholds the unique status of traditional marriage." Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. had this week received the request to stay a ruling legalizing gay marriage in South Carolina from Mr. Wilson . Many of these ...


  18. U.S. Supreme Court denies S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson's request for stayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Post and Courier

    Kristin Anderson, left, and her new wife, Kayla Bennett, are among couples who can legally marry in South Carolina now that the U.S. Supreme Court has denied a stay requested by S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson. Paul Zoeller/Staff The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request to halt same-sex marriages in South Carolina, a major blow to S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson's efforts to defend the state's gay marriage ban.


  19. Supreme Court won't halt South Carolina same-sex marriagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Washington Blade

    The U.S. Supreme Court won't stop South Carolina same-sex marriages. The U.S. Supreme Court won't stop same-sex marriages from taking place in South Carolina following a decision against the state's ban on gay nuptials.


  20. With Jonathan Gruber Comments, Fox Searches For Its Next BenghaziRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Media Matters for America

    One hundred and two weeks away from the 2016 presidential elections, Fox News anchor Jon Scott this week wondered out loud if the current controversy surrounding MIT economist Jonathan Gruber and his inapt comments that the Affordable Care Act "was written in a tortured way" to appease "the stupidity of the American voter" would still be relevant in 2016. In fact, Scott wondered if Gruber and his comments would be a "fixture" in the next presidential campaign.