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Voting ruling illustrates racial divide Posted July 2, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. In many ways our country is united, but in just as many ways the United States seems like two nations. Last week, the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling overturning part of the Voting
Public Reverence for the United States Supreme Court : Is the Court Invincible? Judith Resnik (Yale): Building the Federal Judiciary (Literally and Legally) : The Monuments of Chief Justices Taft, Warren, and Rehnquist. Constitutional conventions:
Given that he's only there in the event of major news breaking during the Olympics broadcast (which has pre-empted all other daytime programming), he says, there was no need to overdo it. I've got a business on the top, party down below thing going
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said Sunday said she doesn't think the healthcare law vote means the high court is moving left...Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor said Sunday said she doesn't think the healthcare law vote means the
Yesterday on Fox News's Special Report, senior national correspondent John Roberts did a segment on the controversy surrounding gay marriage. A version of his report also appears on the Fox News Web site. In it, Roberts interviewed a gay marriage
The DNA is often used by police to match samples from unsolved crimes, but the appeals court said the practice violated an individual's rights against unreasonable searches...Gansler , who is fighting the Court of Appeals decision, applauded the move.
Attorney general in court challenge to first Welsh bill The assembly's law-making powers were boosted last year The first piece of legislation passed by the Welsh assembly under its new law-making powers has hit a stumbling block, BBC Wales has
July 24, 2012 New Jersey judges and justices are constitutionally protected from a new law requiring state employees to contribute more toward their health and retirement benefits, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday, damaging one of Gov.
It's the first in-depth look by nonpartisan experts since the Supreme Court upheld most of the law last month. The court made one exception: States don't have to sign on to a planned expansion of Medicaid for their low-income residents. The
Written by Filed Under The state Supreme Court has ruled that an Indiana man can sue his father for leg injuries he suffered when his father drove into him. An Adams County judge initially threw out Robert Clark Jr.'s lawsuit, citing Indiana's guest