WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Tuesday seemed to suggest that the Environmental Protection Agency must make the ultimate decisions on cleaning up toxic waste sites, and that landowners’ attempts to use state courts to get additional compensation from companies ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to let it resume federal executions next week by “setting aside” a district court’s injunction blocking it from carrying out lethal injections as planned. This request, which came ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – Longtime deputy solicitor general Michael Dreeben, who has argued 105 cases before the Supreme Court and left the Justice Department after serving as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation team, is joining the Washington office of O’Melveny ...
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After being hospitalized Friday night with chills and a fever, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released Sunday and is at home “doing well,” according to a short statement from the Supreme Court. The court provided no additional details. It announced ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a case that pits a black media mogul against Comcast, accusing the cable giant of violating Reconstruction-era protections against racial bias. Byron Allen filed his $20 billion lawsuit under ...Read More »
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed Wednesday’s U.S. Supreme Court argument session, staying home with what a court spokeswoman said was a stomach virus. Chief Justice John Roberts said from the bench that Ginsburg, 86, was “indisposed due to illness” but ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration told the Supreme Court Tuesday that it has decided that the program that shields from deportation young undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children should end regardless of its legality, and there would ...Read More »