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Richard Wolf

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Recent articles by Richard:

Rock band 'The Slants' takes on Supreme Court

A decision on federal rules for "derogatory" trademarks may affect the Washington Redskins. → Read More

Supreme Court temporarily blocks North Carolina special elections

Republicans who control state legislature want to preserve majorities through 2018 → Read More

Supreme Court justices want Colorado to repay defendants if convictions reversed

The state is the only one that refuses to pay back court costs after acquittals → Read More

Clinton campaign chief: Did Trump, Russians collude?

John Podesta, whose e-mails were hacked, says it may have influenced the election results → Read More

It's unanimous: Supreme Court playing small ball

The eight justices, shorthanded for nearly a year, are limiting their own power → Read More

Supreme Court reopens decades-old D.C. murder

Justices will hear allegations that prosecutors withheld evidence against eight men → Read More

Legal scholars to Trump: Abide by Constitution

Concerns include press freedom, treatment of Muslims, civil rights, abortion, hate groups. → Read More

Death penalty challenges swamp Supreme Court

Problems with race, disability, evidence, drugs, trial procedures plague the process. → Read More

Supreme Court sets tough insider trading rule

WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court sought to crack down on insider trading Tuesday, ruling unanimously that tips passed between relatives and friends are illegal even if the corporate insider receives no financial benefit. It marked the first time the high court had clarified what constitutes insider trading in nearly two decades, and it upended a standard set by a New York-based federal appeals… → Read More

Samsung wins Supreme Court fight with Apple

The acrimonious battle over smartphone designs threatened to upend the tech industry → Read More

Race, politics divide Supreme Court justices in redistricting cases

Disputes over North Carolina and Virginia maps could impact 2020 round of redistricting → Read More

Trump's 21 potential court nominees are overwhelmingly white, male and from red states

Here's a look at the names, including key opinions and dissents that shed light on their jurisprudence. → Read More

Clinton's popular vote lead surpasses 2 million

Two weeks later, Hillary Clinton's popular-vote lead grows as ballot count continues. → Read More

Supreme Court wannabes audition in Scalia's shadow

Three-day Federalist Society convention gives potential nominees space to shine → Read More

Can President Trump undermine abortion rights? Not so fast

Reversing Roe v. Wade will take more new justices, then action by state legislatures. → Read More

Federal courts will shift to the right under Trump

Below the Supreme Court, the president-elect's nominees will have an immediate impact. → Read More

Justice Ginsburg shines in opera debut (really)

The outspoken jurist, "Notorious RBG" to her fans, plays the Kennedy Center → Read More

Trump's win keeps Supreme Court conservative

President Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland is dead, and more changes could lie ahead. → Read More

Voters in key states face long lines, equipment failures

But watchdogs see few signs of violence, fraud, intimidation or a 'rigged' election → Read More

Early voters not swayed by late campaign events

Early voters interviewed by the USA TODAY Network from North Carolina to California indicated a desire to lock in their choices now, having seen and heard enough from the candidates, commentators and commercials. → Read More