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Tag: Supreme Court

Newsbreak October 9, 2023

The Biden administration moves quickly to deliver weapons to Israel after the attack from Hamas killed hundreds. A Florida teenager is arrested after authorities...

Supreme Court to take Florida case about moderating social media (includes...

Legal cases from Florida and Texas are making their way to the Supreme Court. Net Choice, LLC, which is an organization representing big-name social...

Student loan repayments have returned, here’s what it means for borrowers (includes...

Millions of Americans are starting the month with an extra bill to pay. Federal student loan repayment has officially begun.  On Wednesday, President Biden announced...

Federal court: DACA is illegal but existing Dreamers are...

This past Wednesday, Federal District Court Judge Andrew Hanen of Texas declared the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program unlawful.   He continued a prohibition...

Missouri Supreme Court is now female majority (includes video story)

Kelly Broniec has been appointed to the Missouri Supreme Court. This appointment is historic, as it tips the balance in favor of women, making...

Justices Thomas and Alito face controversy over financial disclosures (includes video...

Justice Clarence Thomas faces scrutiny for gifts and expenses paid by Republican mega-donor Harlan Crow.  In the financial disclosure filed this week, Thomas acknowledged he...

Supreme Court to decide on three major cases (includes video story)

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide on three major cases regarding affirmative action, LGBTQ+ rights and student loan forgiveness before the end...

Conservative US Supreme Court will have lasting impact on federal laws...

Many Americans were angry when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last summer. The dockets the justices have accepted since then have made...

DeSantis and Republicans target media through Supreme Court case (includes video...

Last week Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis held a panel focused on defamation featuring six guests who claimed to have been wronged by the media,...

Newsbreak January 24, 2023

Workers in Venezuela stage demonstrations for higher wages amid an economic crisis. Two Supreme Court cases on social media's political censorship have been postponed....