Supreme Court Takes Up Trump Travel BanThe U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday morning over President Donald Trump's travel ban.
Linda Brown, Girl At Center Of 1954 School Segregation Ruling, Dies At 76The woman at the center of a Supreme Court ruling that changed our schools forever has died.
Supreme Court Eyes Red Light Camera ReviewsWednesday’s arguments in the case centered on the role that American Traffic Solutions, Inc. --- a major player in the industry --- has in handling red-light traffic violations.
$135K Fine Against Bakers Who Refused Gay Couple Upheld By CourtMelissa and Aaron Klein refused to bake the cake for Rachel Bowman-Cryer and her wife in 2013 because of their religious objections to same-sex marriage.
Supreme Court Hears Same Sex Wedding Cake CaseThe case of a Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple's marriage goes before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Cancels Trump Travel Ban Hearing As New Version UnveiledThe Supreme Court has canceled a hearing over the Trump administration's travel ban case as a new ban has been unveiled.
Death Penalty Dispute Goes Before State Supreme CourtAn attorney for a Florida prosecutor who was stripped of murder cases by Governor Rick Scott called that action unconstitutional Wednesday during a hearing before the state's Supreme Court.
White House Calls SCOTUS Travel Ban Decision 'A Clear Victory'The United States Supreme Court has reinstated most of President Donald Trump’s travel ban on citizens from six mostly-Muslim nations as it agreed to hear the Trump Administration’s appeals in the cases.
Supreme Court Rules 9/11 Detainees Can't Sue Top U.S. Officials The Supreme Court ruled Monday that people detained after the September 11th attacks can't sue top U.S. law enforcement officials. 
Dippolito Found Guilty Of Attempted Hit Man HireJurors have found a former Florida escort guilty of trying to hire hit man to kill her newlywed husband.
Supreme Court Clears Way For Miami To Sue Banks Over Predatory LendingThe U.S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for Miami to sue major banks accused of "predatory" lending practices in heavily African-American and Hispanic neighborhoods.
Gorsuch Vocal On His 1st Day Hearing Supreme Court ArgumentsOn his first day hearing arguments, Neil Gorsuch wasted no time speaking up.

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