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.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the efforts of two journalists to avoid jail sentences for refusing to testify before a grand jury about the leak of an undercover CIA agent.
On the Supreme Court's last day before a three-month break, the justices made a series of decisions, including a ruling against file-sharing networks, the rejection of two reporters' appeal in a CIA leak case and the other impacting high-speed Internet…
In two 5-4 votes, the Supreme Court ruled Monday it is constitutional to display the Ten Commandments on public property as long as the intent of the exhibit isn't pushing a religious agenda. After a report from The Chicago Tribune's…
A narrowly divided Supreme Court ruled Thursday that local governments may take possession of people's homes and businesses against their will for private development. Experts debate the court's ruling.
A narrowly divided Supreme Court ruled Thursday that local governments may take possession of people's homes and businesses against their will for private development. Jan Crawford Greenburg of the Chicago Tribune analyzes the court ruling.
The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 Monday that federal authorities may prosecute patients whose doctors prescribe medical marijuana despite state laws that allow its use. Following a background report on the ruling, Gwen Ifill hosts a debate on the consequences of…
The Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned the conviction of now defunct accounting firm Arthur Andersen for destroying Enron Corp.-related documents because of flawed jury instructions.
The Supreme Court said Monday it would review a decision striking down a New Hampshire law that requires parental notification when a minor seeks an abortion.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down state laws banning consumers from buying wine from out-of-state vineyards. The 5-4 ruling called bans on interstate wine shipments discriminatory.
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