Convicted In Murder-For-Hire Case, Dalia Dippolito Takes Her Case To The US Supreme CourtNearly ten years after she was convicted in a murder-for-hire plot to kill her husband, Dalia Dippolito is taking her case to the nation's highest court.
Census Citizenship Question Blocked By U.S. Supreme Court Eases Undercount Concerns In FloridaThe U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday blocked --- at least for now --- a citizenship question from being asked in the 2020 census, saying the Trump administration offered a “contrived” explanation as to why it was needed.
U.S. Supreme Court Turns Down Tax Appeal By Miccosukee TribeThe U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up an appeal about whether gambling revenues distributed to members of the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida are subject to federal income taxes.
A Look At Florida’s Death Penalty By The NumbersOn the eve of the state's first execution under Gov. Ron DeSantis, we take a look at Florida’s death penalty by the numbers.
In Rejecting Florida Appeals, US Supreme Court Justices Debate Future Of Death Penalty As the US Supreme Court rejected a series of death penalty appeals from Florida on Tuesday, key justices laid bare the enduring divisions over the fairness and effectiveness of the ultimate punishment.
Booker Releases Kavanaugh Documents But GOP Insists They Were Already ClearedNew Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker has released documents from Brett Kavanaugh's time as a White House staffer under President George W. Bush related to abortion and affirmative action.
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US Supreme Court To Hear Florida "Obamacare" ChallengeThe Supreme Court says it will hear arguments over President Barack Obama's health care overhaul based on a Florida case in which 25 other states and the National Federation of Independent Businesses have joined.