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  • Michigan Affirmative Action Ban Upheld by U.S. High Court

    The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to affirmative action, upholding a voter-approved ban on racial preferences in admissions at Michigan’s state-run universities in a decision that provides a blueprint for other states wishing to enact similar bars.

  • Argentina Gets U.S. Court Skepticism on Bank Subpoenas

    Argentina got a skeptical reception at the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices considered whether two banks must turn over details about the country’s assets as part of a multibillion-dollar fight over defaulted government bonds.

  • Caps on Total Campaign Giving Voided by U.S. High Court

    A divided U.S. Supreme Court struck down decades-old limits on the total amount donors can give to federal candidates and parties, dealing a fresh blow to efforts to curb the role of money in American politics.

  • Secret Service Agents May Get Shield From U.S. High Court

    U.S. Supreme Court justices signaled they will bolster the Secret Service’s legal immunity as they weighed a bid to sue agents for allegedly shielding President George W. Bush from protesters a decade ago.

  • Obamacare Contraceptive Rule Splits U.S. High Court Justices

    A divided U.S. Supreme Court debated whether companies can assert the same religious rights as individuals, hearing arguments in an ideological clash over Obamacare and rules promoting contraceptive coverage.

  • Scalia Courted as Unlikely Obama Ally in Top Court Health Battle

    The fate of President Barack Obama’s health-care law may hinge on the administration’s ability to enlist an unlikely ally: Justice Antonin Scalia, the pillar of the U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative wing.

  • Arizona, Kansas Win Case on Voter Citizenship Requirement

    Arizona and Kansas can require proof of U.S. citizenship for voter registration, a federal judge said in a loss for the Obama administration and minority- rights advocates.

  • Scalia Turns Advocate Against Obama as Queries Criticized

    In January, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia accused the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency of “high-handedness.” He was just getting warmed up.

  • Grumpy Old Scalia v. Those Pesky Kids

    You may have heard that Justice Antonin Scalia referred to the majority opinion striking down the Defense of Marriage Act as “legalistic argle-bargle.” Intemperate as the dissent was, derision for Justice Anthony Kennedy’s jurisprudence of dignity and personhood was nothing new for Scalia, who has been castigating what he once called Kennedy’s “sweet mystery of life” rhetoric for a decade.

  • How Not to Misunderstand Scalia

    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia may be the most polarizing figure in all of American law. Conservatives tend to see him as an icon who is faithful to the Constitution, unfailingly clearheaded and outraged when the occasion calls for it. Liberals tend to see him as an ogre who is on the wrong side of history, unbecomingly strident and hypocritical to boot.

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