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By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
In the coming weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue its ruling on the use of race in college admissions. The case is focusing attention on other practices used in admissions that may need to change, including the…
By Geoff Bennett, Karina Cuevas
The May poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 63 percent say the Supreme Court should not block colleges from considering race or ethnicity in their admission systems.
By Collin Binkley, Emily Swanson, Associated Press
For the last 45 years, the EPA has required discharge permits in wetlands “adjacent” to water bodies, even if a dune, levee or other barrier separated the two. The Sackett decision upends that approach, leaving tens of millions of acres at…
By Albert C. Lin, The Conversation
It's the second decision in as many years in which a conservative majority of the court narrowed the reach of environmental regulations.
By Mark Sherman, Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
Speaking at a law dinner where he was honored with an award Tuesday, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts provided no specifics but said the justices "are continuing to look at the things we can do to give practical effect…
By John Yang, Saher Khan
A new book explores the Supreme Court's growing influence on the country through emergency actions on cases not on the official docket. For the past decade or so, the court has gotten involved in cases concerning big issues, often setting…
The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a photographer who claimed the late Andy Warhol had violated her copyright on a photograph of the singer Prince.
By Associated Press
The Supreme Court has sidestepped a case against Google that might have allowed more lawsuits against social media companies.
The high court denied an emergency request from people challenging the law, which bans so-called assault weapons. The law's opponents had asked the court to put the law on hold while a court challenge continues.
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