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NSA Spying Case Won’t Be Heard By Supreme Court

In the process of declining to hear the challenge to the NSA’s spying programs, the case is now sent back to the federal appeals courts for review.

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Supreme Court Passes on Gay Marriage – Free Speech Case

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The move leaves in place a New Mexico ruling that photographers may not deny service to same-sex couple for religious reasons.

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Court Rules Frequent Flyer Programs Covered By Airline Deregulation Act

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The Airline Deregulation Act prohibits frequent flyers from pursuing lawsuits based state contract claims

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Washington Reacts To Supreme Court Ruling

The Supreme Court’s decision to strike down contribution limits sparked a predictable political storm on Capitol Hill wednesday.

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Supreme Court Ends Individual Aggregate Campaign Contribution Limits

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In a closely-divided decision on Wednesday, the Supreme Court struck down aggregate campaign contribution limits on individuals, ruling that such limits violate the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

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Supreme Court Expands Gun Prohibitions in Domestic Violence Cases

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Domestic violence misdemeanors do not need to be “violent” to trigger gun possession restrictions

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Supreme Court Divided on Corporations’ Religious Right to Deny Contraceptive Coverage

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The Affordable Care Act’s second trip to the High Court appears headed for another 5-4 decision

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Supreme Court Rules Whistleblower Protections Extend to Contractors

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Financial fraud whistleblowers are protected from retaliation – even if they are employees of contractors or subcontractors

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Supreme Court Hears Challenge to EPA’s Authority

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The High Court is set to decide whether the EPA has the authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions using the power plant permitting process

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Supreme Court Hears Public Employee Union Case

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Public employee unions have cause for concern as the Supreme Court considers the constitutionality of mandatory union fees

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Bloomberg: “I Have Earned My Place In Heaven”

“When I get to heaven I’m not stopping to be interviewed,” he said. “I am heading straight in.”

The Middle Class Is Not “Normal”

Letting working people back into the middle class starts with taxing the rich. The time is long past due for us to roll back the Reagan tax cuts.

Report: McConnell Predicts Rocky Road For Burwell

Burwell will be taking the reins from departing Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who faced criticism in her closing months at the Department over the law’s botched roll out.

Video Shows Large Al-Qaeda Meeting In Yemen

“We must eliminate the cross,” an al-Qaeda leader says to the group in the video. “The bearer of the cross is America.”

Grassley Probes IRS-Social Security Skim

Sen. Charles Grassley is demanding answers from Treasury and Social Security. Photo/TRNS

“Is it fair and reasonable to pursue debts from the surviving children for payments to the parents?” the Iowa Republican asked.

Snowden Aided Terrorists, British Politician Argues

High-school dropout Edward Snowden was a useful tool in the PRISM spy program -- until he fled.

Former British defense official Liam Fox defended the NSA, and admonished Edward Snowden for exposing classified intelligence.