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Will Justice Anthony Kennedy retire at end of Supreme Court term? Here's what we know.

Rumors that the 80-year-old swing justice may leave the bench are fueling fear of a second Trump pick on the nation's high court.

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Supreme Court rules Bush admin. officials can't be sued, dissent warns of threat to civil liberty

Justice Stephen Breyer says in dissent that liberty is at risk when citizens can't hold officials accountable.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's intense workout routine is getting the book it deserves

RBG really may be our next workout superstar.

Neil Gorsuch calls Donald Trump's attacks on judge "disheartening," "demoralizing"

Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court apparently has a few issues with the president's tweets.

Actually, Male Supreme Court Justices Are Rude AF to Their Female Counterparts

Knock knock. Who's there? Interrupting Supreme Court justice.
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The Best Moments in the SCOTUS Abortion Case Where the Female Justices Ran the Court

They should probably run the show every day.

Say What You Want About Justice Antonin Scalia, He Was Great for Technology

He protected people from censorship and surveillance.
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The Supreme Court Decision on Lethal Injection Could Lead to End of the Death Penalty

Is the death penalty in danger?

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Supreme Court Justice: Limits on Torture Are "Absurd"

The Founding Fathers apparently envisioned "rectal hydration."
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All 3 Female Justices Wrote a Blistering Dissent Over a New Controversial Birth Control Case

Justices Sotomayor, Ginsburg and Kagan on Thursday laid down a heavy opinion on a new Supreme Court contraception ruling.

SCOTUS, Don't Break My Heart Again

First the Voting Rights Act and DOMA, and now abortion. 2013's Supreme Court emotional roller-coaster ride is moving in the right direction, but these nine judges have put me through a lot.

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This Badass Portrait Of the 4 Female Supreme Court Justices Was Just Unveiled

A portrait of the four female justices who have served on the United States Supreme Court was unveiled at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery on Monday.

Meet The Three Women On the Supreme Court Who Are Making History

The women of SCOTUS are not only role models because of their current positions; each is a role model because of the totality of their accomplishments.
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What It Was Like Inside the Courtroom During DOMA's Ruling

A recount of my personal journey as a member of the LGBT community witnessing history in the Supreme Court.
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Samuel Alito: How He Blatantly Disrespects Justice Ginsburg in Court

The Supreme Court may be releasing controversial decisions all week, but one thing that is indisputably unprofessional is Justice Samuel Alito’s behavior towards Justice Ginsburg.
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Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl: Supreme Court Decision Focuses On Adoption Policies

The Supreme Court rules on Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, with SCOTUSBlog's Amy Howe calling the decision a "victory for adoptive parents."

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Fisher v. University of Texas: Supreme Court Calls Halftime in the Affirmative Action Match

For now, affirmative action fights on for another day, but this is only halftime. There’s still a second half of the game left. Don’t leave before you see how it ends.
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Fisher vs. University Of Texas: Strict Scrutiny Ruling Gives Affirmative Action a Small Win

While the ruling may have been a victory for affirmative action advocates in a technical sense, it will prove to be short lived when the case comes back to the Supreme Court in several years.
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What is Grutter v. Bollinger?

The Supreme Court will be handing down critical decisions this summer on a number of high profile cases, including DOMA, Prop. 8, affirmative action, and voting rights.
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Supreme Court DNA Ruling: Justice Scalia Mocks His Colleagues in Hilarious Dissent

Monday the Supreme Court issued a 5-4 ruling in Maryland v. King, which Justice Alito called one of the most important law enforcement decisions in decades.
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Fred Biery: Texas Judge's Strip Club Ruling Titillates America With Its Sexual Innuendos

Judge Fred Biery decided to have some fun when it came to issuing an opinion on a San Antonio ordinance regulating strip clubs.

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Jardines v. State Of Florida: SCOTUS Rules Using Drug-Sniffing Dogs Needs a Warrant

The SCOTUS ruled on March 26 that deploying drug dogs requires a warrant, with Justice Antonin Scalia writing for the majority.
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3 Things We Learned About the Future of Prop 8 From SCOTUS

For everyone who finds legal language complicated and dry, here is a guide to the Prop 8 case, and a prediction about the final decision on Prop 8 and same sex marriage in California.
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The Key Take-Aways From the Prop 8 Hearing, From Someone Who Was Actually Sitting in the Room

At Hollingsworth v. Perry, the U.S. Solicitor General commented that waiting for a Prop 8 decision is not a "neutral act." There are real consequences for same-sex couples and their families.
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Voting Rights Act: Supreme Court Likely to Send Back to Congress

After hearing oral arguments, it is likely that the Supreme Court will send the Voting Rights Act back to Congress.