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Trump Files Presidential Immunity Appeal with Supreme Court

Donald Trump requested that the U.S. Supreme Court block a ruling from the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which decided that he does not have presidential immunity in the January 6 case.

SCOTUS Expected to Keep Trump on Ballot

U.S. Supreme Court Justices are expected to decide to keep Donald Trump on the ballot for the Colorado primary.

Presbyterian Church Commission Writes Biden Letter Condemning Transgender Surgeries

A commission for the Presbyterian Church in America sent a letter to U.S. President Joe Biden, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, and congressional leaders condemning the administration's advocacy for sex-change surgeries in minors.

Researchers Cannot Retrain AI From Engaging in ‘Deceptive Behavior’

Researchers from the AI firm Anthropic were unable to retrain the technology after "designing deceptive behavior in large language models," according to a report.

Chief Justice John Roberts Warns AI Will ‘Significantly Affect’ Judicial Work

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in a year-end report that artificial intelligence (AI) will impact the legal field.

Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Kill Chief Justice John Roberts

A man pleaded guilty to threatening to kill Chief Justice John Roberts.

Supreme Court Rules Businesses Don’t Have to Compromise Their Religious Beliefs, Right to Free Speech

Justice Neil Gorsuch, who wrote the majority opinion, declared, "The First Amendment’s protections belong to all, not just to speakers whose motives the government finds worthy. In this case, Colorado seeks to force an individual to speak in ways that align with its views but defy her conscience about a matter of major significance."

SCOTUS Denies Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan

"Six States sued, arguing that the HEROES Act does not authorize the loan cancellation plan. We agree," wrote Chief Justice John Roberts.

Supreme Court Affirms State Courts’ Power to Scrutinize, Set Rules for Federal Elections

The Court's ruling originates from the North Carolina Supreme Court's February 2022 decision.

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