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NewsHour regular, Marcia Coyle, is Chief Washington Correspondent for The National Law Journal where she covers the U.S. Supreme Court and national legal issues.
Federal Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson pledged Wednesday during a Senate nomination hearing that she would have no agendas if she becomes the first Black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court. Republicans again painted her as soft on crime as Democrats…
Tuesday was the second day of the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson. John Yang reports, and congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins and our legal analyst Marcia Coyle, of the National Law Journal, join Judy Woodruff…
Although there were many facets to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's evolution as a cultural icon, the strength of her legacy as a U.S. Supreme Court justice rests in the power of her words in her written opinions.
During historic telephonic arguments this week and next, the U.S. Supreme Court will take up major challenges involving access to President Donald Trump's financial records, birth control health insurance, "faithless electors" in presidential elections and the constitutionality of the federal…
Earlier this month, a U.S. Supreme Court decision put Wisconsinites in the position of choosing between their right to vote and their health when the state held its primary election during the COVID-19 pandemic. The results of that…
Here's what to keep your eye on as the Supreme Court begins the second half of a potentially historic term, plus a few cases you may have missed in 2019.
The justices largely succeeded last term in keeping a relatively low profile following the bitter Justice Kavanaguh confirmation battle. That feat will be difficult to match this year.
The part of Title VII that bars employers from discriminating "because of...sex" is at the heart of three cases that the Supreme Court will hear Oct. 8, during the first week of the new 2019 term.
A majority of the justices have shown no appetite for revisiting the Second Amendment. But keep an eye on these two petitions recently filed in the high court.
Three cases are likely front-page news because of their potential as landmark decisions.
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