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In a 5-to-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court overnight blocked New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's effort to slow rising COVID-19 cases with a cap on the number of attendees at religious services in high-risk communities. Amna Nawaz speaks with the…
Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearings opened Tuesday with an uproar. What was notable in opening remarks, and how did President Trump loom over the discussion? Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal, former solicitor…
President Trump has a second opportunity to leave a lasting mark on the high court. Judy Woodruff gets context and analysis on the possible nominees from Marcia Coyle of The National Law Journal, former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal and…
The Trump administration is rescinding an Obama-era policy that called for considering race in college admissions. The Departments of Justice and Education announced that they'll advocate "race-neutral" admissions instead. Judy Woodruff learns more from Marcia Coyle of The National Law…
The Supreme Court wrapped up its term with a bang. Justices handed down blockbuster rulings on the president’s travel ban, racial gerrymandering, public employee unions and abortions -- each decided along ideological lines. Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Marcia Coyle…
Writing that it had been "the greatest honor and privilege" to serve, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement hours after the court wrapped up its latest term. Kennedy's decision gives President Trump a chance to nominate another conservative,…
The Supreme Court rejected challenges to President Trump’s third travel ban -- aimed mainly at mostly Muslim nations -- in a 5-4 decision. While Trump lauded the ruling, politicians and activists outside the court denounced the decision. Amna Nawaz reports…
The Supreme Court upheld current state and congressional districts in Texas in a much-awaited 5-4 decision on racial gerrymandering. The majority rejected a lower court's findings that Texas had engaged in racial discrimination, primarily against black and Hispanic voters, in…
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that police generally need a search warrant to track a suspect's movement through cellphone records -- a limited victory for privacy advocates. That decision stems from a string of Radio Shack robberies, and the…
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