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It's a gamble - the Supreme Court heard arguments this week about states' ability to sue Indian tribes who own casinos
What kind of restitution can child pornography victims receive? The Supreme Court will consider next month
The Court has agreed to consider what patents can be placed on software
The Supreme Court rejects a last-ditch effort to block American Airlines/US Airways merger
In a post-9/11 world, can an airline reporting security concerns constitute defamation of character? The Supreme Court heard argument on the issue this week
High Court weighs air safety vs. pilot's reputation, by Adam Liptak
Lyle Denniston previews Tuesday's oral argument in the EPA cases
Will the Supreme Court stop the EPA from fighting pollution state by state?
The Supreme Court heard an environmental law case that could determine the scope of the EPA's authority
Mitch McConnell's nomination fight heads to Supreme Court
Supreme Court extends labor board argument, gives Republicans time
Supreme Court dismisses Unite Here v. Mulhall as improvidently granted
About the Court
Jeffrey Toobin argues that the Court has contempt for Congress
The Supreme Court's docket is shrinking this Term
Life as a Supreme Bystander
Lyle Denniston considers whether politics should play a role in justices' decisions to retire
Beyond the Court
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will now live-stream many oral arguments, unlike the Supreme Court
Gideon v. Wainwright, 50 Years Later, Did Clarence Gideon Write His Appeal?
Good news, everyone! A Futurama writer has been creating miniature SCOTUS Justices
PBS NewsHour's tribute to Nelson Mandela is a moving telling of his life story
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