Progressive groups sent a letter to members of the House Committees on the Judiciary and Oversight and Reform on Thursday, calling on them to investigate the confirmation process of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, despite a panel of federal judges dismissing all 83 ethics complaints in December.
In the months since the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a landmark decision that precluded public sector unions from imposing “fair share” fees on nonmembers, a number of lawsuits have been filed in Pennsylvania by state employees over the practice.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas squashed rumors that he may be preparing for retirement after having served on the nation’s highest court for more than 27 years.
The Supreme Court on Thursday granted a death row inmate a stay of execution because he had been denied access to a Buddhist chaplain, changing course from its denial of a Muslim man who requested an imam in his execution chamber in February.
The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a win for freedom-loving Americans everywhere this week when it unanimously ruled in favor of Alaska moose hunter John Sturgeon, who had sued the National Park Service in 2011 for prohibiting the use of his hovercraft on a national preserve where he had hunted for decades.
The Los Angeles Times has published a lengthy exposé on disgraced trial lawyer and former Democratic presidential frontrunner Michael Avenatti, who was recently arrested on federal charges of extortion and fraud.
A federal court on Monday ordered that the bump-stock ban set to go into effect on Tuesday cannot be enforced against members of the gun-rights groups currently suing to overturn the ban.