The US Supreme Court ruled that Facebook's text alerts on suspicious login attempts do not qualify as illegal robocalls.
The US Supreme Court on Friday rejected a brazen request from Texas and other Republican-led states to overturn the election results in four states: Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. The high court said in its opinion that Texas lacked standing to bring the case and had not proven it had […]
A majority of Republicans in the House of Representatives have signed on to an amicus brief asking the US Supreme Court to effectively overturn the results of the 2020 election. The letter asks the Supreme Court to recognise a right of Republican-led legislatures to ignore the popular vote and select […]
US Senator Cory Gardner, a Colorado Republican up for reelection this November, announced Monday that he will vote to confirm a qualified Supreme Court nominee from President Donald Trump. “Should a qualified nominee… be put forward, I will vote to confirm,” Gardner said in a statement. That’s a dramatic reversal […]
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez held a joint press conference on Sunday to discuss options for blocking Republicans from filling the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ocasio-Cortez, in response to a reporter’s question, said Congress should not rule out […]
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at the age of 87 on Friday due to complications from cancer. Ginsburg was the second woman appointed to the United States’ highest court and served for 27 years, becoming a judicial, progressive, feminist, and pop culture icon. Lawmakers from across the aisle […]
The US Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law requiring clinics that perform abortions to obtain admitting privileges at a local hospital within 30 miles. The court decided 4-4-1 in June Medical Services v. Russo that the regulation was unconstitutional, with Chief Justice John Roberts concurring in the […]
A transcript of oral arguments in a US Supreme Court case about job discrimination, heard Tuesday, mentions bathrooms 17 times. The case the justices were debating has nothing to do with bathrooms. In fact, the case is about whether an employee who is fired for being gay or trans is […]
The Justice Department is seeking to persuade a federal employment rights agency to change their stance on LGBTQ discrimination in an upcoming Supreme Court case. The case, involving Aimee Stephens, a transgender funeral worker from Michigan who was fired from her job after announcing her transition, will appear before the […]
A Supreme Court decision Tuesday let the Trump administration begin implementing its transgender military ban. The Department of Defence issued a statement reiterating its long-held stance that its new policy regarding transgender troops is “NOT a ban.” The policy does allow transgender troops to serve but only if they do […]
Tech billionaire Vinod Khosla is fighting to make a beach near his $US37 million estate off-limits to the public. In an interview with The New York Times, Khosla said he wished he had “never bought the property,” but he will continue to fight for his privacy based on “principle.” Khosla […]
Bitcoin just made its debut in the US Supreme Court. Crytpocurrency sites are claiming the case, Wisconsin Central Ltd. v. United States, as a bit of a landmark moment in crypto history. There wasn’t any mention of cryptocurrency regulation though. The case is dealing with whether employee stock options represent […]
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