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  • Secret Video of U.S. Supreme Court Session Shows Outburst

    Part of a U.S. Supreme Court argument was captured on video for what may be the first time, with a secretly recorded segment showing a courtroom demonstration that led to an arrest this week.

  • High Court Justice Breyer's Washington Home Burglarized

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s Washington home was burglarized less than three months after he and his wife were robbed on the Caribbean island of Nevis by a man wielding a machete.

  • Justice Breyer Robbed in Vacation Home

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer was robbed by a man wielding a machete while vacationing on the West Indies island of Nevis, said Kathy Arberg, a court spokeswoman.

  • Roberts to Lead Delegation of Six Supreme Court Justices at Obama Address

    The U.S. Supreme Court indicated that Chief Justice John Roberts will attend President Barack Obama ’s State of the Union address, ensuring a bipartisan delegation at an event that last year drew the justices into a political controversy.

  • Blood-Test Patents Debated at High Court as Einstein Invoked

    U.S. Supreme Court justices grappled with the reach of federal patent law, touching on both fire- building techniques and Albert Einstein’s discoveries during arguments over diagnostic medical tests.

  • Ginsburg Will Conduct Same-Sex Wedding in Top Court First

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will officiate at a same-sex wedding tomorrow in a first for a member of the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Anita Hill, 20 Years On, Seeks Equality: Susan Antilla

    Anita Hill sits at a tiny conference table in her office at Brandeis University, just outside Boston, as I quiz her on the obvious themes. Her testimony during hearings to confirm Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Supreme Court? Admittedly a “terrible” experience, “but I want people to understand that I survived it.” Attacks on her character? A good thing for women in the workplace because now “they know what to expect” should they ever go public about harassment.

  • Justice Thomas Girlfriend McEwen Breaks 19-Year Silence in Washington Post

    Lillian McEwen Breaks Her 19-year Silence About Justice Clarence Thomas By Michael A. Fletcher Oct. 22 (Washington Post) -- For nearly two decades, Lillian McEwen has been silent -- a part of history, yet absent from it. When Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment during his explosive 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearing, Thomas vehemently denied the allegations and his handlers cited his steady relationship with another woman in an effort to deflect Hill's allegations. Lillian McEwen was that woman. At the time, she was on good terms with Thomas. The former assistant U.S. attorney and Senate Judiciary Committee counsel had dated him for years, even attending a March 1985 White House state dinner as his guest. She had worked on the Hill and was wary of entering the political cauldron of the hearings. She was never asked to testify, as then-Sen. Joe Biden (D-Del.), who headed the committee, limited witnesses to women who had a

  • 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.

  • Justice Scalia Plans to Deliver Speech Before Bachmann's Tea Party Caucus

    Justice Antonin Scalia will speak to U.S. lawmakers at a seminar sponsored by the Tea Party Caucus, a group whose organizer, Representative Michele Bachmann , has urged the courts to strike down the new health-care law.

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