Who Leaked the Supreme Court Draft Decision?

Who Leaked the Supreme Court Draft Decision?

Capitol Hill has been in controversy this month as lawmakers point fingers and wonder who leaked a divisive Supreme Court draft decision that could overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision from 1973. While that case has set a judicial precedent for nearly 50 years, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito …

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Supreme Court To Hear Arguments in Oklahoma Tribal Jurisdiction Case

Supreme Court To Hear Arguments in Oklahoma Tribal Jurisdiction Case

The Supreme Court will hear an appeal from Oklahoma over its current disagreement with Native American tribes. A 2020 Supreme Court ruling found that large swaths of eastern Oklahoma are legally Native American reservations, a ruling that has ruffled feathers in Oklahoma City.  The state’s government claims it has the …

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Supreme Court Decision Means Citizens Can Sue Police More Easily

Supreme Court Decision Means Citizens Can Sue Police More Easily

A recent Supreme Court decision will make it easier for citizens to sue police and prosecutors in the event of malicious prosecution. A 6-3 decision in which Chief Justice John Roberts, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Justice Amy Coney Barret sided with the court’s three liberal justices, will allow citizens to …

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Supreme Court To Hear Andy Warhol Case Regarding Prince Silkscreens

Supreme Court To Hear Andy Warhol Case Regarding Prince Silkscreens

The Supreme Court will take up a case relating to the late artist Andy Warhol and late musician Prince. The case revolves around Warhol’s creation of silkscreen prints depicting Prince and whether the artist infringed on a photographer’s copyright of the image he drew inspiration from. Warhol Foundation lawyers called …

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Russian Court Ejects Facebook From Country for “Promoting Extremism”

Russian Court Ejects Facebook From Country for “Promoting Extremism”

A Russian court has ejected Meta Platforms, the company that owns Facebook and Instagram, from the country’s borders. The court argues that Meta has promoted “extremism” in Russia by supporting Ukraine’s defenders following Russia’s illegal invasion of its Western neighbor.  Notably, the court’s findings haven’t banned WhatsApp from Russia, as …

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UK Supreme Court: Assange Can’t Appeal Extradition

UK Supreme Court: Assange Can’t Appeal Extradition

The UK’s Supreme Court has ruled that American reporter Julian Assange can’t appeal his extradition back to his home country. Assange, the founder of controversial site Wikileaks, played a pivotal role in disclosing restricted government documents over a decade ago, with the help of American servicemember Chelsea Manning. Assange has …

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Supreme Court Surprises Legal Experts, Allows New Electoral Map in NC

Supreme Court Surprises Legal Experts, Allows New Electoral Map in NC

The Supreme Court surprised legal experts on Monday by allowing North Carolina lawmakers to forge ahead with a new court-mandated electoral map. Democrats have argued for years that many Republican-controlled states need new electoral maps, as their existing district lines are nonsensical gerrymanders.  The Supreme Court has dealt a surprising …

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