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Supreme Court agrees to hear first abortion case since 2007

The U.S. Supreme Court is giving an election-year hearing to a dispute over state regulation of abortion clinics in the court’s first abortion case in eight years. The justices said Friday they will hear arguments, probably in March, over a ...

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High court sides with trooper over shooting

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with a Texas state trooper who was sued after he fatally shot a man fleeing from officers during a 2010 high-speed chase outside Amarillo. The court ruled that Trooper Chadrin Mullenix ...

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4th High Court go-round for health law

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court is wading into its fourth dispute over President Barack Obama’s 5-year-old health care overhaul. The latest “Obamacare” case involves objections by faith-based hospitals, colleges and charities to the process the administration devised to spare ...

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High court debates fees on prisoner lawsuits

WASHINGTON — From his cell at the U.S. Penitentiary in Florence, Colorado, Antoine Bruce has had plenty of time to file or join 19 lawsuits and appeals that challenge prison conditions or claim civil rights violations. What he doesn’t have ...

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High court seems split in dispute over false Internet data

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court seems split along ideological lines as it considers whether websites that collect and sell personal data can be sued for posting false information if the errors don’t cause any specific harm. The justices heard ...

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Dispute over data collection splits court

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court seems divided over whether Internet search sites can be sued for publishing false information about people if the errors don’t cause any real harm. The justices appeared to split along ideological lines Monday during ...

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