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Richard Wolf

North Jersey News

Washington, DC, United States

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  • USA TODAY
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Recent articles by Richard:

Mueller report: Trump's anger over Russia probe may have saved him from obstruction charge

President Trump's anger about investigations of Russian interference in the 2016 election may have saved him from being charged with obstruction. → Read More

F-word: Supreme Court struggles with law blocking trademark protection in cases of vulgarity

The Supreme Court expressed disdain for the public display of vulgarity Monday but seemed reluctant to use federal trademark law against it. → Read More

This week at Supreme Court: Can clothing firm sell with a trademark resembling the F-word?

A clothing line's risque name headlines the week's cases at the Supreme Court, which is racing toward the end of its term. → Read More

Inside Trump administration's mysterious plan to secure a 2020 census citizenship question

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' plan to ask about citizenship in the 2020 census followed a tortured path through the Trump administration. → Read More

Census 2020 citizenship question: Feds, groups fought for months before courts nixed it

The road to adding a question about citizenship to the 2020 census went through several federal agencies, only to be blocked by three federal courts. → Read More

Conservatives' takeover of Supreme Court stalled by John Roberts-Brett Kavanaugh bromance

The conservative takeover of the Supreme Court under Donald Trump is stalled by a bromance between Chief Justice John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh. → Read More

Conservatives' takeover of Supreme Court stalled by John Roberts-Brett Kavanaugh bromance

The conservative takeover of the Supreme Court under Donald Trump is stalled by a bromance between Chief Justice John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh. → Read More

Trump administration plan for census citizenship question ruled against by third federal judge

A third federal judge ruled Friday against the Trump administration's plan to ask about citizenship in the 2020 census. → Read More

Census officials await Supreme Court decision on whether to add, drop citizenship question

Census officials said they are poised to print millions of forms _ with or without a question about citizenship _ by the summer deadline. → Read More

How census citizenship question might spark the House's first subpoenas to AG Barr

The first subpoenas from Democrats to Attorney General William Barr may be authorized Tuesday for documents related to the census citizenship query. → Read More

Supreme Court refuses to block Missouri inmate's execution despite rare medical condition

A deeply divided Supreme Court ruled along ideological lines Monday that a Missouri inmate's rare medical condition isn't enough to stop his execution → Read More

Supreme Court blocks execution of Texas prisoner who was denied presence of Buddhist spiritual advisor

The Supreme Court blocked the execution of a Texas prisoner because he was not allowed to have his Buddhist spiritual advisor in the execution chamber. → Read More

Supreme Court denies effort by gun rights groups to stop federal ban on bump stocks

The Supreme Court refused Thursday to upend President Donald Trump's ban on bump stocks, a device that allows rifles to mimic automatic weapons. → Read More

The Supreme Court takes on gerrymandering. A cottage industry wants to prove it's gone too far

A cottage industry of academics and entrepreneurs wants to convince Supreme Court justices that partisan gerrymandering has gone too far. → Read More

Gerrymandering: Voting rights and redistricting for elections collide at Supreme Court

The extreme partisanship gripping U.S. politics could be reduced by two cases coming to the Supreme Court that will test Chief Justice John Roberts. → Read More

Justice Clarence Thomas breaks three-year silence in Mississippi case about racial bias in jury selection

The Supreme Court's senior justice, who seldom speaks during oral argument, broke a three-year silence to ask questions in a race discrimination case. → Read More

Supreme Court frowns on racial jury tactics of Mississippi DA in Curtis Flowers case

After six trials for the same crime, Curtis Flowers from Mississippi reached the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday in hopes of winning another chance. → Read More

Six trials for same murders: Supreme Court frowns on racial jury selection tactics of Mississippi prosecutor

After six trials for the same crime, Curtis Flowers from Mississippi reached the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday in hopes of winning another chance. → Read More

Supreme Court: Navy product manufacturers liable for asbestos exposure in sailors' deaths

A divided Supreme Court ruled that manufacturers of equipment used on Navy ships should have warned of asbestos that resulted in two sailors' deaths. → Read More

Divided Supreme Court makes it easier to detain noncitizens with criminal records

The Supreme Court handed the Trump administration a victory by making it easier to detain noncitizens with criminal records. → Read More