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Justice Anthony Kennedy leaves behind a legacy in the courtroom and in the lives of those who worked with and for him. Amna Nawaz gets reflections on the jurist’s impact from former Solicitor General Walter Dellinger, Michael Dorf of Cornell…
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…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled that states may legally force online shoppers to pay sales tax. The 5-to-4 decision overturned two long-standing precedents that allowed online retailers not to collect sales tax in many cases. Also,…
By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
Minnesota had defended its law as a reasonable restriction that keeps order at polling places and prevents voter intimidation.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a gay couple. Marcia Coyle of National Law Journal joins Amna Nawaz to explain the decision and why it’s what the court didn’t…
On this Tax Day, while many Americans rush to file their income tax returns, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case on state sales taxes and online shopping. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal joins Judy Woodruff to…
Most states have laws restricting what voters can wear to the polls, but Minnesota's is one of the broadest.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard a pivotal case for more than 5 million Americans in public sector unions. The case hinges on whether workers who are not union members should be required to pay dues…
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