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Past articles by Andrew:

US Supreme Court's Jackson urges nation's history of racism to be taught

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson on Friday called for a commitment to remember and teach the history of racism and violence in the United States as she commemorated the deaths of four Black girls killed by white supremacists in a Birmingham, Alabama, church bombing. → Read More

Senate panel to examine US Supreme Court ethics as questions swirl

Ethics concerns relating to U.S. Supreme Court justices are set to be scrutinized on Tuesday by a Senate panel during a hearing called amid revelations about luxury trips and real estate transactions involving members of the nation's top judicial body. → Read More

US Supreme Court spurns challenge to Indiana abortion cremation or burial law

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a challenge to the legality of an Indiana requirement that abortion providers bury or cremate embryonic or fetal remains following the procedure, sidestepping another dispute involving a contentious Republican-backed state policy concerning abortion. → Read More

West Virginia to ask US Supreme Court to allow transgender athlete ban

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said on Thursday the state will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to allow enforcement of a law banning transgender athletes from female sports teams, one of numerous Republican-backed measures across the country targeting LGBT rights. → Read More

US Supreme Court doubt over student debt relief looms over Biden agenda

The skepticism expressed by conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices toward President Joe Biden's move to forgive $430 billion in student debt not only cast doubt on the plan's fate but also signaled trouble ahead for the use of executive power to get things done in his remaining time in office. → Read More

US Supreme Court scrutinizes Biden college student debt relief

The fate of President Joe Biden's plan to cancel $430 billion in student debt for some 40 million borrowers is placed in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday in a case that presents another major test of executive branch authority. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court weighs suit against Twitter over Istanbul massacre

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday is set to hear for a second straight day a bid to hold internet companies accountable for contentious content posted by users, this time involving a lawsuit against Twitter Inc by the American relatives of a Jordanian man killed in a Istanbul nightclub massacre. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court mulls challenge to internet firms' legal shield

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday will consider a bid to weaken a legal shield that protects internet companies from a wide array of lawsuits in a major case involving an American student fatally shot in a 2015 rampage by Islamist militants in Paris. → Read More

A family's tragedy leads to U.S. Supreme Court social media showdown

Nohemi Gonzalez, a 23-year-old aspiring industrial designer, ventured to Paris as a student at California State University, Long Beach on a study-abroad program. She lost her cellphone, so one day in November 2015 she let her mother Beatriz know she was well with a one-word message on Facebook: "Mommy." → Read More

As U.S. Supreme Court weighs YouTube's algorithms, 'litigation minefield' looms

In 2021, a California state court threw out a feminist blogger's lawsuit accusing Twitter Inc of unlawfully barring as "hateful conduct" posts criticizing transgender people. In 2022, a federal court in California tossed a lawsuit by LGBT plaintiffs accusing YouTube, part of Alphabet Inc , of restricting content posted by gay and transgender people. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court cancels arguments in Republican bid to keep border expulsions

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday canceled scheduled arguments in a case in which Republicans sought to keep in place a policy introduced under former President Donald Trump that has let American officials quickly expel hundreds of thousands of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court seeks Biden administration view on Florida, Texas social media laws

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked President Joe Biden's administration to weigh in on whether it should review Republican-backed laws in Texas and Florida that would undercut efforts by major social media companies to curb content deemed objectionable on their platforms, actions the states call impermissible censorship. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court report fails to identify abortion ruling leak culprit

The U.S. Supreme Court after an eight-month investigation failed on Thursday to identify who leaked a draft of its blockbuster ruling overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that had legalized abortion nationwide though the probe revealed multiple holes in security measures at America's top judicial body. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court declines to block New York gun restrictions

The court turned away a challenge by a group of firearms dealers to Democratic-backed measures regulating gun purchases, some of which imposed gun safety requirements on retailers. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court weighs Turkish lender Halkbank's bid to avoid charges

The U.S. Supreme Court is set on Tuesday to hear arguments over a bid by Turkey's state-owned lender Halkbank to avoid criminal charges in the United States for allegedly helping Iran evade economic sanctions. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court to hear religious bias claim against Postal Service

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear an appeal by an evangelical Christian former mail carrier in Pennsylvania who accused the U.S. Postal Service of religious bias after being reprimanded for refusing to deliver packages on Sundays. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court lets New York enforce new gun restrictions

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed New York to enforce a Democratic-backed gun control law adopted after the justices last year struck down the state's limits on carrying concealed handguns outside the home in a landmark ruling that expanded gun rights. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs Pfizer plan to help patients pay for heart medication

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away Pfizer Inc's bid to revive its plan to cover out-of-pocket expenses of Medicare patients for drugs costing $225,000 a year to treat a rare heart condition after federal officials found that the drugmaker's arrangement could amount to illegal kickbacks. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court takes up second Biden appeal in student debt plan fight

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear President Joe Biden's appeal of a judge's ruling that found his plan to cancel billions of dollars in student debt unlawful, taking up the matter alongside another challenge to the policy that the justices are due to hear in the coming months. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court to consider prohibition on encouraging illegal immigration

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a bid by President Joe Biden's administration to revive a federal law that makes it a criminal offense to encourage illegal immigration after it was struck down by a lower court as a violation of free speech rights. → Read More