The Supreme Court handed down two Internet-related decisions on its last day of the session Monday, one dealing a blow to companies that encourage file-sharing and the other impacting high-speed Internet access over cable lines.
Jan Crawford Greenburg of the Chicago Tribune talks about Supreme Court nominee John Roberts' legal ideology and why President Bush selected him for the nomination.
Supreme Court nominee John Roberts Jr. began meeting senators from both parties Wednesday as the Senate floor begins talking about the nominee.
President Bush nominated solidly conservative judge John Roberts Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to the first vacancy on the Supreme Court in more than a decade. Sens. Ben Nelson, D-Neb., Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., and…
In his first Supreme Court nominee selection, President Bush picked federal appeals Judge John Roberts, Jr., a former deputy solicitor general who is considered a solid conservative. The president announced his decision Tuesday evening from the White House.
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