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  • A Supreme Court Gamble

    A potential landmark case on state and federal double jeopardy.

  • 'Seniority' at the Supreme Court

    "Kung sino ‘yung naunang pumasok, siya ‘yung unang ma-promote and that would go for everybody," President Rodrigo Duterte said when he appointed Chief Justice Teresita De Castro. by Kristine Joy Patag
  • How to Fill a Supreme Court Vacancy

    George H.W. Bush was by turns conciliatory and confrontational. The combative approach put Clarence Thomas on the court.
  • The SEC’s Supreme Deception

    The Justices consider regulators who ignore the Court’s rulings.

  • Supreme Court Party Time

    The Federalist Society’s celebration of Brett Kavanaugh is a reminder that social control can shape the way justices approach their jobs.
  • Supreme Court sides with Planned Parenthood

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review rulings that blocked states from cutting off public funding to Planned Parenthood — with freshman Justice Brett Kavanaugh siding with the court’s liberals. The justices left in place decisions by two lower courts that stopped Kansas and Louisiana from stripping Medicaid money from the reproductive health

    New York Post
  • Samsung Embarrassingly Partners With Fake Supreme

    Samsung was doing its song and dance in China today at an event where they announced the Galaxy A8s, their first phone equipped with an Infinity-O display, only to pause midway to announce a new partnership. This new partnership is, um, hilariously bad and I’m not sure they even get how bad it is. The

    Droid Life
  • Supreme Court to discuss partisan gerrymandering

    The Supreme Court is scheduled to return to a deeply divisive issue on Friday when the justices meet behind closed doors to discuss an issue left unresolved last term: when do states go too far in drawing district lines for partisan gain? The court has never established a standard to resolve extreme partisan gerrymanders, and if it chooses to do so, it could revolutionize the way congressional and state legislative maps are drawn. The issue often divides conservatives, who have suggested that...

  • Marquez back as Supreme Court spokesman

    Court Administrator Midas Marquez has returned as the Supreme Court’s spokesperson, following the designation by Chief Justice Lucas Bersamin.
  • In the moment with Baltimore's casting director supreme

    BALTIMORE (AP) - Pat Moran has won multiple Emmys, and we haven't. She's a near-lifelong friend and cohort of John Waters, and we're not. She's been a key cog in Baltimore's under- and above-ground arts movements for more than half a century, and we still wish we had made it ...
  • Correction: Wisconsin Supreme Court story

    In a story Nov. 26 about Waukesha County Circuit Judge Maria Lazar announcing that she will not run for the Wisconsin Supreme Court, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Lazar … Click to Continue

  • How the Supreme Court fractured the nation — and how it threatens to do so again

    Abortion and America’s new sectional divide.
  • Supreme Unveils Its Santa Cruz Mountain Bike

    While rumors have been circulating, Supreme makes it official today by announcing an upcoming mountain bike collaboration with Santa Cruz. Previewed on social media, the bike is a remastered version of the Chameleon model, complete with white Supreme branding along the frame, which has been painted in the streetwear brand’s oft-used red hue. Maxxis tires [

  • Samsung officially partnering with knock-off Supreme brand

    The hip, New York City-based streetwear fashion brand Supreme is so popular in Asia that Samsung has decided to launch an official marketing partnership with a fake version of the brand. You read that right. Samsung’s real announcement about a real partnership with the fake brand came during the tech giant’s conference in China focused

    New York Post
  • Reluctant Supreme Court on collision course with Trump

    The U.S. Supreme Court’s reluctance to take up new cases on volatile social issues is putting it on a collision course with President Donald Trump, whose Justice Department is trying to rush such disputes through the appeals system to get them before the nine justices as quickly as possible. That tension could come to head in 2019 if the court continues to avoid cases that the Republican president’s lawyers are aggressively trying to bring to

    Raw Story
  • Samsung to develop real products with a fake Supreme

    The Chinese launch event for Samsung's Galaxy A8s had a little surprise for fashion-conscious locals, as the company announced that it was partnering with Supreme. Samsung China's Feng En even invited executives from the popular fashion brand on stag

  • This justice began the Supreme Court's conservative transformation

    When Chief Justice John Roberts rebuked President Donald Trump over judicial independence in November, some critics countered with a 2010 moment between President Barack Obama and Justice Samuel Alito.

  • Election dispute headed to Connecticut Supreme Court

    A dispute over a Connecticut state legislative race won by an incumbent Democrat by 13 votes in a recount is headed to the state Supreme Court. The court has agreed

  • Supreme Court weighs 'double jeopardy' dispute

    U.S. Supreme Court justices on Thursday expressed skepticism about putting limits on criminal charges being brought against people for the same offenses by both federal and state prosecutors in a case involving an Alabama man charged with illegally possessing a gun.

  • The Supreme Court’s Double-Jeopardy Dilemma

    The Supreme Court appeared hesitant on Thursday to overturn almost two centuries of precedents that allow state and federal prosecutors to each charge a defendant for the same crime. In Gamble v. United States, one of the most closely watched cases of the term, the justices debated whether they and their predecessors have misread the Fifth Amendment’s double jeopardy clause for roughly 170 years—and, if so, whether they should correct that error now. The clause forbids the government from...

    The New Republic
  • Dual Sovereign Doctrine Under Attack in the Supreme Court

    Today the Supreme Court will hear arguments in Gamble v. United States, a case raising the issue of whether the "dual sovereignty" doctrine should be overruled. The case involves Terance Gamble's federal conviction for being a felon in possession of a firearm. Back in 2015, police stopped Gamble for having a broken tail light and found him possessing a firearm. Because he had previously been convicted of robbery, Gamble was thus a felon in possession of a firearm -- a crime under both federal...
  • The Latest: Supreme Court won't stop Texas execution

    The Latest on the scheduled execution of a man convicted of killing a Texas police officer in 2000 (all times local): 5:50 p.m.

    Fox News
  • The Impact Of Clarence Thomas' Supreme Court Nomination

    NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Jill Abramson, co-author of Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas, about President George H.W. Bush's nomination of Thomas to the Supreme Court.
  • In the moment with Baltimore’s casting director supreme

    Pat Moran has been a key cog in Baltimore’s under- and above-ground arts movements for more than half a century, and she’s still a major player in regional projects like “Wonder Woman 1984.”