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US Supreme Court hears case on Muslims rounded up after 9/11

US Supreme Court hears case on Muslims rounded up after 9/11

The men were among 750 Muslims rounded up after the terror attacks, many on grounds that they did not have legal US immigration papers.

US Supreme Court takes up death penalty and mental disability

On Tuesday, the justices seemed unconvinced by the Texas method, which critics say is too subjective.

On Halloween US top court hears major costume case

The dispute is more substantive than it appears, pitting Star Athletica against Varsity Brands, both manufacturers of clothing for young athletes -- or in this case cheerleaders.

US Supreme Court's tie blocks Obama's immigration plan

US Supreme Court's tie blocks Obama's immigration plan

NALEO, one of the most important Hispanic organisations in the US, is holding a conference in Washington from today to June 25.

Supreme Court tie blocks Obama`s immigration plan

President Barack Obama`s efforts to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation suffered a major setback at the US Supreme Court on Thursday.

Orlando massacre: US Supreme Court may take action on state assault weapon bans

The US Supreme Court may weigh in this week on gun control, an issue smoldering again following the June 12 Orlando massacre, with the justices due to decide whether to hear a challenge by gun rights advocates to assault weapon bans in two states.

Senate obligated to vote on Supreme Court nominee: Barack Obama

Senate obligated to vote on Supreme Court nominee: Barack Obama

Obama made the claim today in an online video interview about his stalled nomination of US Circuit Court Judge Merrick Garland.

US top court divided on major immigration case

President Barack Obama`s plan to delay deportation for nearly half of the nation`s 11 million undocumented immigrants was fraught with uncertainty Monday, as the US Supreme Court appeared closely divided on the issue.

Race and the death penalty in US spotlight

Advocates for two African Americans on death row for murder are seeking a reprieve for both men on the grounds their trials were tainted by racial bias, taking their campaigns all the way to the US Supreme Court.

Hillary Clinton to push Grassley, Senate Republicans on US Supreme Court

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton plans to rebuke Senate Republicans in a speech on Monday for denying a hearing to U.S. Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland and warn of the dangers if Donald Trump appoints the next justice.

US Supreme Court rejects Apple e-books conspiracy appeal

US Supreme Court rejects Apple e-books conspiracy appeal

The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Apple Inc`s challenge to an appellate court decision that it conspired with five publishers to increase e-book prices, meaning it will have to pay $450 million as part of a settlement.

US court declines Indian-origin man's plea in sexual assault case

The Supreme Court of Ohio in the US has declined to accept an Indian-origin man`s appeal in a sexual assault case.

Thousands mourn Scalia as US Supreme Court battle brews

Thousands mourn Scalia as US Supreme Court battle brews

Washington's elite put political differences aside as thousands gathered to pay final respects to US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, whose death last week ignited a fierce battle over his successor.

Biden says Obama won''t be able to pick the ''most liberal jurist''

A fierce political fight is brewing as the Democratic president prepares to name a successor to conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, who died on Saturday.

Antonin Scalia, longest serving US Supreme Court judge, dies at 79

Antonin Scalia, longest serving US Supreme Court judge, dies at 79

Conservative US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died, setting up a major political showdown between President Barack Obama and the Republican-controlled Senate over who will replace him just months before a presidential election.

US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies at 79

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a fiery conservative who helped shape American legal thought, died Saturday. He was 79.

US climate change ruling raises doubts in India, China: NYT

US climate change ruling raises doubts in India, China: NYT

Over the past year, Obama worked closely with the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, to bring India to the table for the Paris deal.

Georgia executes oldest death row inmate for 1979 murder

A 72-year-old man convicted of murdering a convenience store manager in a 1979 robbery in Atlanta`s suburbs was executed in Georgia early on Wednesday, corrections officials said.

Alabama chief justice orders halt to same-sex marriage licenses

A federal judge in Alabama overturned the state`s ban on same-sex marriage last January.

Samsung appeals Apple patent ''windfall'' ruling to US Supreme Court

Samsung took to the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday in a last-ditch effort to pare back the more than $548 million in damages it must pay Apple for infringing the patents and designs of the iPhone.