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  • Germany conducts searches against 10 suspected Iranian spies

    Germany conducts searches against 10 suspected Iranian spies

    Tuesday, January 16 2018 6:03 AM EST2018-01-16 11:03:58 GMT
    Tuesday, January 16 2018 7:25 PM EST2018-01-17 00:25:14 GMT
    German authorities are conducting searches countrywide in connection with 10 suspected Iranian spies.
    German authorities are conducting searches countrywide in connection with 10 suspected Iranian spies.
  • Supreme Court rejects appeal from suspended Florida judge

    Supreme Court rejects appeal from suspended Florida judge

    Tuesday, January 16 2018 10:04 AM EST2018-01-16 15:04:19 GMT
    Tuesday, January 16 2018 11:18 AM EST2018-01-16 16:18:02 GMT
    The Supreme Court is leaving in place the suspension of a Florida judge for using a 20-year-old newspaper endorsement on a flier during her campaign in 2014.
    The Supreme Court is leaving in place the suspension of a Florida judge for using a 20-year-old newspaper endorsement on a flier during her campaign in 2014.
  • Supreme Court to hear sales tax collection case

    Supreme Court to hear sales tax collection case

    Friday, January 12 2018 3:01 PM EST2018-01-12 20:01:20 GMT
    Friday, January 12 2018 9:52 PM EST2018-01-13 02:52:05 GMT
    The Supreme Court has agreed to wade into the issue of sales tax collection on internet purchases in a case that could force people to pay more for some things and let states recoup what they say is billions in...
    The Supreme Court has agreed to wade into the issue of sales tax collection on internet purchases in a case that could force people to pay more for some things and let states recoup what they say is billions in lost revenue.
  • Justices to hear Washington appeal of salmon habitat order

    Justices to hear Washington appeal of salmon habitat order

    Friday, January 12 2018 3:11 PM EST2018-01-12 20:11:47 GMT
    Friday, January 12 2018 5:54 PM EST2018-01-12 22:54:33 GMT
    The Supreme Court will review a court order that could force Washington state to pay billions of dollars to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration.
    The Supreme Court will review a court order that could force Washington state to pay billions of dollars to restore salmon habitat by removing barriers that block fish migration.
  • Supreme Court appears sympathetic to Ohio voter purge effort

    Supreme Court appears sympathetic to Ohio voter purge effort

    Wednesday, January 10 2018 1:12 AM EST2018-01-10 06:12:11 GMT
    Wednesday, January 10 2018 7:33 PM EST2018-01-11 00:33:52 GMT
    The Supreme Court is diving into state efforts to pare their voting rolls by targeting people who haven't voted in a while.
    The Supreme Court is diving into state efforts to pare their voting rolls by targeting people who haven't voted in a while.
  • Supreme Court takes the wheel in 2 cases of vehicle searches

    Supreme Court takes the wheel in 2 cases of vehicle searches

    Tuesday, January 9 2018 12:59 AM EST2018-01-09 05:59:03 GMT
    Wednesday, January 10 2018 2:30 AM EST2018-01-10 07:30:27 GMT

    The Supreme Court is taking up a case involving the search of a rental car that lawyers say has the potential to affect the 115 million car rentals annually in the United States.

    The Supreme Court is taking up a case involving the search of a rental car that lawyers say has the potential to affect the 115 million car rentals annually in the United States.

  • US Supreme Court won't hear prairie dog protections lawsuit

    US Supreme Court won't hear prairie dog protections lawsuit

    Tuesday, January 9 2018 3:29 PM EST2018-01-09 20:29:54 GMT
    Tuesday, January 9 2018 7:13 PM EST2018-01-10 00:13:03 GMT
    The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from Utah property owners challenging endangered-species protections for prairie dogs, but the plaintiffs say the case has nevertheless made a mark as the Trump...
    The U.S. Supreme Court won't hear an appeal from Utah property owners challenging endangered-species protections for prairie dogs, but the plaintiffs say the case has nevertheless made a mark as the Trump administration moves to loosen the rules.
  • The Latest: Supreme Court takes up vehicle search cases

    The Latest: Supreme Court takes up vehicle search cases

    Tuesday, January 9 2018 11:49 AM EST2018-01-09 16:49:25 GMT
    Tuesday, January 9 2018 3:14 PM EST2018-01-09 20:14:33 GMT
    The Supreme Court is considering whether police are free to search a rental car if the person behind the wheel isn't authorized to drive the vehicle under the rental agreement.
    The Supreme Court is considering whether police are free to search a rental car if the person behind the wheel isn't authorized to drive the vehicle under the rental agreement.
  • SCOTUS to hear case disputing warrantless motorcycle search

    SCOTUS to hear case disputing warrantless motorcycle search

    Monday, January 8 2018 2:58 PM EST2018-01-08 19:58:43 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 8:11 PM EST2018-01-09 01:11:17 GMT
    The U.S. Supreme Court will be asked to decide whether police have the right to go on private property without a warrant to search a vehicle.
    The U.S. Supreme Court will be asked to decide whether police have the right to go on private property without a warrant to search a vehicle.
  • Justices seem to favor Florida in water fight with Georgia

    Justices seem to favor Florida in water fight with Georgia

    Monday, January 8 2018 12:58 AM EST2018-01-08 05:58:29 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 7:51 PM EST2018-01-09 00:51:03 GMT
    Florida and Georgia are set to air their long-running dispute over the flow of water in arguments before the Supreme Court.
    Florida and Georgia are set to air their long-running dispute over the flow of water in arguments before the Supreme Court.
  • The Latest: Supreme Court hears Florida-Georgia water fight

    The Latest: Supreme Court hears Florida-Georgia water fight

    Monday, January 8 2018 1:18 PM EST2018-01-08 18:18:36 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 7:20 PM EST2018-01-09 00:20:51 GMT
    The Supreme Court appears to be looking for a way to side with Florida in its complaint that Georgia uses too much water and leaves too little for its southern neighbor.
    The Supreme Court appears to be looking for a way to side with Florida in its complaint that Georgia uses too much water and leaves too little for its southern neighbor.
  • Supreme Court won't take Florida couple's treehouse dispute

    Supreme Court won't take Florida couple's treehouse dispute

    Monday, January 8 2018 9:58 AM EST2018-01-08 14:58:36 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 2:42 PM EST2018-01-08 19:42:04 GMT
    A Florida couple will have to take down their beachfront treehouse after the Supreme Court declined to get involved in a dispute over it.
    A Florida couple will have to take down their beachfront treehouse after the Supreme Court declined to get involved in a dispute over it.
  • Justices give Georgia death row inmate new round of appeals

    Justices give Georgia death row inmate new round of appeals

    Monday, January 8 2018 9:58 AM EST2018-01-08 14:58:40 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 1:31 PM EST2018-01-08 18:31:39 GMT
    The Supreme Court is giving a Georgia death row inmate who came within minutes of being executed another chance to raise claims of racial bias on his jury.
    The Supreme Court is giving a Georgia death row inmate who came within minutes of being executed another chance to raise claims of racial bias on his jury.
  • Justices won't step into Mississippi gay rights legal fight

    Justices won't step into Mississippi gay rights legal fight

    Monday, January 8 2018 9:49 AM EST2018-01-08 14:49:08 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 12:52 PM EST2018-01-08 17:52:16 GMT
    The Supreme Court is refusing to intervene in a legal fight over a Mississippi law that lets government workers and private business people cite their own religious beliefs to deny services to LGBT people.
    The Supreme Court is refusing to intervene in a legal fight over a Mississippi law that lets government workers and private business people cite their own religious beliefs to deny services to LGBT people.
  • Supreme Court won't take case of innocent man shot in Fla.

    Supreme Court won't take case of innocent man shot in Fla.

    Monday, January 8 2018 10:08 AM EST2018-01-08 15:08:38 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 12:01 PM EST2018-01-08 17:01:51 GMT
    The Supreme Court won't revive a case against Florida law enforcement officials in which a deputy fatally shot an innocent man who answered the door of his home holding a gun.
    The Supreme Court won't revive a case against Florida law enforcement officials in which a deputy fatally shot an innocent man who answered the door of his home holding a gun.
  • High court lets tribe's Massachusetts gambling hall proceed

    High court lets tribe's Massachusetts gambling hall proceed

    Monday, January 8 2018 9:58 AM EST2018-01-08 14:58:32 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 11:12 AM EST2018-01-08 16:12:15 GMT
    A Native American tribe will be able to go ahead with its plans for a gambling hall on Martha's Vineyard after the Supreme Court declined to get involved in the dispute.
    A Native American tribe will be able to go ahead with its plans for a gambling hall on Martha's Vineyard after the Supreme Court declined to get involved in the dispute.
  • Water fight between Florida, Georgia lands at Supreme Court

    Water fight between Florida, Georgia lands at Supreme Court

    Sunday, January 7 2018 8:17 AM EST2018-01-07 13:17:57 GMT
    Monday, January 8 2018 8:52 AM EST2018-01-08 13:52:12 GMT
    The Supreme Court hears argument Monday in the long-running dispute between Florida and neighboring Georgia over the flow of water in the Apalachicola river that feeds Apalachicola Bay and the nearby Gulf of Mexico.
    The Supreme Court hears argument Monday in the long-running dispute between Florida and neighboring Georgia over the flow of water in the Apalachicola river that feeds Apalachicola Bay and the nearby Gulf of Mexico.
  • Told their treehouse must go, owners appeal to Supreme Court

    Told their treehouse must go, owners appeal to Supreme Court

    Saturday, January 6 2018 8:47 AM EST2018-01-06 13:47:19 GMT
    Sunday, January 7 2018 12:21 PM EST2018-01-07 17:21:56 GMT
    Lynn Tran and Richard Hazen built a beachfront treehouse that would be the envy of any child, but they've been in a legal fight for years to keep it _ and now they're at their last stop, the Supreme Court.
    Lynn Tran and Richard Hazen built a beachfront treehouse that would be the envy of any child, but they've been in a legal fight for years to keep it _ and now they're at their last stop, the Supreme Court.
  • Spanish court keeps ex-Catalan vice president in jail

    Spanish court keeps ex-Catalan vice president in jail

    Friday, January 5 2018 7:27 AM EST2018-01-05 12:27:01 GMT
    Friday, January 5 2018 8:57 AM EST2018-01-05 13:57:59 GMT
    Supreme Court judges have ruled against allowing ousted Catalan Vice President Oriol Junqueras out of jail while he is investigated for rebellion and other charges during the restive region's recent drive for...
    Supreme Court judges have ruled against allowing ousted Catalan Vice President Oriol Junqueras out of jail while he is investigated for rebellion and other charges during the restive region's recent drive for independence from Spain.
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