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Trump Wants to Prosecute Biden. He Also Thinks Presidents Deserve Immunity.

In arguing to the Supreme Court that he cannot be charged for acts while in office, Donald Trump has asked…

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Trump’s Immunity Case Was Settled More Than 200 Years Ago

Did the American Revolution actually happen? If it did, was it a good thing? This is more or less what…

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Liz Cheney: The Supreme Court Should Rule Swiftly on Trump’s Immunity Claim

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear Donald Trump’s arguments that he is immune from prosecution for his efforts…

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Ellen Ash Peters, Pioneer on the Connecticut Bench, Dies at 94

The first woman on the faculty of Yale Law School, she was named to the State Supreme Court in 1978…

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Why Electro’s Exacting Duo Justice Wanted to Break Its Own Rules

For “Hyperdrama,” Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay’s first album in eight years, the duo added genre experiments and guests…

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Supreme Court Clears Way, for Now, for Idaho to Ban Transgender Treatment for Minors

The Idaho attorney general had asked the justices to move swiftly to let the state law, which would ban gender-affirming…

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Who Cares if Supreme Court Justices Get Along?

The Supreme Court is hurting. I can say that with confidence — not based on any inside information but on…

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Chief Justice Extols Legacy of Sandra Day O’Connor

In remarks at an award ceremony, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. described his colleague as a trailblazing and civic-minded…

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Stephen Breyer: The Supreme Court I Served On Was Made Up of Friends

Recently, the Supreme Court justices Sonia Sotomayor and Amy Coney Barrett spoke together publicly about how members of the court…

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The Persistent Threat to Abortion Rights

The Supreme Court this week heard the first major challenge to abortion rights since it struck down Roe v. Wade…

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