Neil Gorsuch

Coach Fired for Praying at Football Game Reinstated to Old Role, Gets Nearly $2 Million Settlement

Joseph Kennedy, a high school assistant football coach fired eight years ago for praying on the field with students, returned to his old position and will receive a $1.78 million settlement.

Company Owned by Microsoft Using Foreign Disinformation ‘Experts’ to Blacklist Conservative Media Companies

The Global Disinformation Index (GDI), a foreign think tank headquartered in the United Kingdom, released an assessment of American online media designed to blacklist conservative media outlets and choke off their advertising revenue. The information is kept on what GDI calls its “Dynamic Exclusion List.”

Suspects in Supreme Court Leak Narrowed Down

The Supreme Court investigation into who leaked a draft opinion indicating Roe v. Wade would be overturned last year has narrowed down the list of suspects, according to a new report.

Supreme Court Rules Title 42 Will Remain In Place

The Supreme Court allows federal officials to continue expelling migrants at US borders while legal challenges to Trump-era border restriction Title 42 proceed.

Lawyer Says Justice Barrett ‘Identified the Real Issue’ in Web Designer LGBT Case

Attorney Kristen Waggoner said Justice Amy Coney Barrett "identified the real issue" in web designer Lorie Smith's Supreme Court case over Smith's refusal to create a wedding website for an LGBT couple.

Legal Experts Defend Trump Over Special Counsel Pick

Legal experts rallied to Donald Trump's defense Friday in criticizing Attorney General Merrick Garland's appointment of former federal attorney Jack Smith as special counsel to head the Department of Justice's investigations of the former president.

Supreme Court Considers Ending Affirmative Action

"I guess I don’t put much stock in that, because I’ve heard similar arguments for segregation," said Justice Clarence Thomas about race-based admissions improving education.

Supreme Court Sides with PA Republicans on Ballot Issue

SCOTUS threw out the lower court's ruling which had allowed counting of un-dated ballots.

Americans Favor Praying Football Coaches

New survey indicates most Americans support prayer from coaches.

Sinema Says She Supports Reinstating Full Filibuster

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) defended her support for the filibuster on Monday despite near-unified opposition from the rest of her party, taking the absolutist view that it should even be restored for judicial nominations.

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