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Spy Court Fast Facts

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Here's some background information about the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. Facts The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court was created in 1978. It exists to oversee and authorize activities carried out...

Court overseeing national security surveillance finds FBI routinely doesn’t observe rules

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The top federal court that oversees national security surveillance found the FBI routinely failed to observe rules meant to protect the privacy of Americans while searching through emails that were gathered without ...

House Democrats ask appeals court to review ruling that McGahn doesn’t have to testify

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House Democrats asked a larger panel of judges on a powerful Washington, DC-based appeals court on Tuesday to review whether former White House counsel Donald McGahn must appear before a congressional committee and ...

Iran court brings new charges against Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, sparking UK outrage

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The British government has condemned an Iranian court's decision to bring new charges against Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian charity worker jailed on espionage charges four years ago. Zaghari-Ratcli...

Florida can bar ex-felons from voting if they owe court payments, appeals court rules

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Washington Florida can bar ex-felons from voting if they owe court fines or fees associated with their convictions, even if they are unable to pay, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. Il 6-4 ruling by the full 11t...

A Texas federal court decision is the latest hit to voting rights in America

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Joshua A. Douglas is a law professor at the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law. He is the author of Vote for US: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future of Voting. Follow him on Twi...

Affirmative action: Challenge to Harvard’s admissions practices hits federal appeals court

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A federal appeals court will hear a long-running challenge to college affirmative action policies on Wednesday, nearly six years after the case against Harvard began and as America confronts intensifying racial divi...

Supreme Court to continue hearing oral arguments by telephone next month

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The Supreme Court announced Wednesday that when the new term begins in October, the justices will hear oral arguments by phone and make it available to the public in real time, continuing the format it used for argu...

Trump administration plans to appeal second census lawsuit to Supreme Court

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The Trump administration said Wednesday that it plans to take a second fight over citizenship and the 2020 census to the Supreme Court. The challenge is to the injunction issued last week blocking the Commerce Depar...

Appeals court debates fate of Harvard’s affirmative action policies

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US Appeals Court Judge Sandra Lynch pounded lawyers challenging Harvard's affirmative action policies on Wednesday, implicitly disputing their claims of bias against Asian American students and assertions of Supreme...

Supreme Court fight highlights US Senate race in Arizona

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The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has put a spotlight on the divisions in the US Senate -- in particular the unique circumstances surrounding the competitive race for a seat in Arizona. In one o...

Here’s how long it’s taken to confirm past Supreme Court justices

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death has opened up a political battle over the future of the Supreme Court and who will fill her now-vacant seat as Election Day looms. After the court announced Ginsburg's passing, Senate Maj...

Trump vows to appoint a woman to Supreme Court as vacancy re-energizes his political prospects

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Hoping to shift the public's attention from his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump quickly moved to make the new Supreme Court vacancy a central issue in his reelection campaign, announcing...

VP’s chief of staff on Supreme Court announcement: ‘I don’t think it will take us long

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Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff Marc Short told reporters Sunday that he doesn't believe the timing of President Donald Trump's announcement on a Supreme Court nominee will "take us long" following the de...

Amy Coney Barrett, a proven conservative on Trump’s Supreme Court short list

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Giudice Amy Coney Barrett, a federal appellate judge and Notre Dame law professor, is a proven conservative with a compelling personal story who has long been atop President Donald Trump's Supreme Court short list. T ...

Mitt Romney backing of Supreme Court vote paves way for election-year confirmation

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GOP You. Mitt Romney of Utah signaled on Tuesday that he is on board with the Senate's taking up a new Supreme Court nominee during the current election year, an announcement that all but ensures a nominee put forwa...