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Supreme Court Asked How Rules Are Made for Medicare Payments
A Midwestern hospital chain asked the Supreme Court to find that the U.S. Department of Health and Human ...
January 15, 2019
Supreme Court Does Not Stop Climate Change Investigation of Exxon
Exxon Mobil lost a round in the Supreme Court this week in its ongoing battle with an activist ...
January 11, 2019
States Seek Immunity in Other States’ Courts
Backed by 45 other states, California urged the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a 40-year-old precedent that allows ...
January 9, 2019
Supreme Court Considers Rules for Home Foreclosures
In a case that has political overtones as the 2020 presidential contest begins to take shape, lawyers for ...
January 8, 2019
Merck Urges Supreme Court to Toss Osteoporosis Drug Lawsuit
Drugmaker Merck and Co. told the Supreme Court that a class-action lawsuit against it over top-selling osteoporosis drug ...
January 7, 2019
‘Lawfare’ Used to Tie Down and Punish President Trump, Conservatives Say
The huge array of legal proceedings and investigations now being undertaken against President Donald Trump, his campaign, his ...
December 23, 2018
Lawyer in Successful Challenge to Obamacare Sees Victory for Freedom
A federal judge’s surprise move late in the day on Dec. 14 to strike down the Affordable Care ...
December 16, 2018
Supreme Court Will Consider Case That Could Help Undermine Administrative State
WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court’s decision on Dec. 10 to hear a veteran’s appeal of a bureaucratic denial of benefits ...
December 13, 2018
Conservatives Perplexed by Supreme Court’s Refusal to Hear Planned Parenthood Case
News Analysis Conservatives were taken aback Dec. 10 when the Supreme Court unexpectedly handed Planned Parenthood a victory ...
December 11, 2018
Top Court Hears Double Jeopardy Case With Ramifications on Russia Probe
A lawyer for an Alabama man convicted of the same offense in state and federal courts urged the ...
December 6, 2018
Exit Polls Suggest GOP Did Not Gain Ground With Black and Latino Voters
President Donald Trump and the GOP have paid significant attention to attracting black and Latino voters, but so ...
December 5, 2018
Supreme Court Dismisses Environmentalists’ Challenge to Border Wall
The Supreme Court summarily rejected a legal challenge from activists who claimed that President Donald Trump’s proposed southern ...
December 4, 2018
Supreme Court Considers Who Bears Responsibility for Security Fraud
An investment banker who sent deceptive emails dramatically overstating the financial health of a failing clean energy company ...
December 3, 2018
Apply Constitutional Ban on Excessive Fines to States, Supreme Court Urged
An Indiana man convicted of selling heroin worth less than $400 to an undercover detective may get back ...
November 29, 2018
Supreme Court Finds Limits to Endangered Species Act
A unanimous Supreme Court overruled bureaucrats enforcing the Endangered Species Act (ESA), ruling that the federal government overreached ...
November 28, 2018
Oklahoma Death Penalty Case Could Restore Indian Lands
A Native American man’s legal challenge to his murder conviction in Oklahoma could cause massive disruptions if it ...
November 27, 2018
Supreme Court May Allow Apple App Store Class-Action Lawsuit to Proceed
Apple Inc.’s App Store holds an unlawful monopoly that harms iPhone owners by forbidding competition in app sales, ...
November 26, 2018
Supreme Court to Examine Citizenship Question in US Census
The Supreme Court will wade into the Trump administration’s contested decision to ask individuals responding to the 2020 ...
November 18, 2018
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Case on Racial Gerrymandering in Virginia
The Supreme Court will hear a Republican appeal of a lower court ruling that redrew 11 districts in ...
November 15, 2018
Regulatory Scholar Rao to Be Nominated to Replace Kavanaugh on DC Circuit
President Donald Trump said he plans to nominate respected regulatory scholar Neomi Jehangir Rao, currently the administrator of ...
November 14, 2018
Conservatives Slam Keystone XL Pipeline Injunction
A federal judge’s order suspending construction of the long-delayed 1,200-mile Keystone XL Pipeline that would link Canadian oil ...
November 14, 2018
Death Row Inmate Asks Supreme Court for Alternative Means of Execution
The unusual request of a condemned man with a rare and painful medical condition to be gassed to ...
November 6, 2018
Early Voting Smashes Previous Turnout Records
Voters casting their ballots in the midterm congressional election appear on track to smash midterm election early voting ...
November 5, 2018
Supreme Court Urged to End Lawyers’ Abuses in Class-Action Lawsuits
Lawyers in class-action lawsuits shouldn’t be allowed to short-change class-action plaintiffs and funnel their settlement money to charities ...
November 1, 2018
Republicans, Democrats Both Scrambling to Get Out the Vote
WASHINGTON—Republicans and Democrats are duking it out, pouring vast resources into one of the most hotly contested midterm ...
October 31, 2018
Supreme Court Hears Gasoline Tax Case From Yakama Indian Nation
A longstanding federal treaty with the Yakama Indians prevents Washington state from collecting taxes on gasoline sold by ...
October 30, 2018
Children’s Climate-Change Suit Temporarily Halted by Chief Justice Roberts
Chief Justice John Roberts temporarily blocked the scheduled Oct. 29 start of the trial of an unusual lawsuit ...
October 23, 2018
FBI Accused of Misleading Judge in Warrant Request, Unlawfully Seizing $86 Million in Private Assets
Atheist Oncologist Returns to Faith While Treating Cancer Patients: Science Proves the Existence of Higher Power
Army Doctor Says He’s Being ‘Persecuted’ for Giving Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccine
Real Estate Industry Leaders Forecast Gloomy 2023
CDC Issues Overhaul to Mask Mandate in Hospitals and Nursing Homes
Dementia Linked to a Substance That Can Exist Everywhere: Here’s What to Know
Beijing Issues Electronic Wristbands to Bus Drivers for ‘State Security’
Hurricane Ian Forms, Forecast to Hit Florida Soon
Ukraine Polls Enter 4th Day Amid Escalating Rhetoric From Russia, US
Federal Judge Dismisses Parents’ Lawsuit Against Attorney General for Memo Describing Them as ‘Threats’