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The untold story of the improbable campaign that finally tipped the U.S. Supreme Court....
From: The Atlantic | By: Molly Ball | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Honduras' Supreme Court has ordered the arrest of the vice president of Congress and 15 other people accused of defrauding the country's health care system in a corruption scandal that has sparked large street protests....
From: Fox News | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The Supreme Court's ruling to keep Obamacare intact was likely a savior for some for-profit hospital systems and could lead to more consolidation for insurance companies and hospital providers. Mount Sinai Health System CEO...
From: TheStreet | By: Rhonda Schaffler | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Most people today know him only from the libretto of one short opera, but in his own day, he was a famous poet, playwright, and scholar - and a compulsive litigant. Luciano Mangiafico looks at the life of Gionanni Verga.
From: Open Letters Monthly | By: Luciano Mangiafico | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Company Drops Miss Universe, Miss USA After Protests "Today, hundreds of thousands of Latinos and non-Latinos cheer NBC Universal and its parent company Comcast for severing their relationship with Donald Trump for his bigoted, racist, anti-Latino rant,"...
From: The Root | By: Richard Prince | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz are suggesting there might be ways for states and cities to nullify the justices’ ruling. They’re wrong....
From: The Atlantic | By: David A. Graham | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Pacific Standard: Why Millions of Chinese-Made Solar Panels Sat Unused in California Warehouses Between 2011 and 2013, warehouses across Southern California were stuffed with millions upon millions of Chinese-made solar panels. How the panels got here,...
From: Greentech Media | By: Stephen Lacey | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges will shift the debate over gay-marriage debate from a legal fight to a cultural and religious conflict....
From: The Atlantic | By: Emma Green | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Thousands of volunteers were behind the movement to change the country's laws on gay marriage. Now what do the major gay rights groups do next?
From: NPR | By: Tovia Smith | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Two close observers of academic life discuss sexual assault, due process, and how to prepare incoming freshmen for the dangers–and pleasures–of college....
From: The Atlantic | By: Conor Friedersdorf | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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As supporters of marriage equality celebrate the Supreme Court's ruling, opponents of same-sex unions are considering how to proceed. Some conservatives say legislation is one way to balance religious liberties with equal protections. And a new law in...
From: NPR | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The Supreme Court ruled last week that same-sex marriages are legal. The court's decision applies only to how the government acts. The court said ministers cannot be forced to perform them.
From: NPR | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Founded during the Civil War, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Midtown Atlanta has witnessed dramatic social changes in America. When the Supreme Court issued its ruling on same-sex marriage Friday, the church celebrated with a special service....
From: Fox News | By: Jonathan Serrie | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The chief justice saves Obamacare by rewriting the law.
From: Reason | By: Jacob Sullum | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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I have been using the term "Kellerism" even more than normal, as of late, usually with a URL attached pointing toward a collection of GetReligion discussions of this reference to former New York Times editor Bill Keller. Perhaps we need to pause and...
From: Get Religion | By: Terry Mattingly | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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The justices had given the EPA wide latitude to limit air pollutants before ruling against the agency on Monday....
From: The Atlantic | By: Russell Berman | Monday, June 29, 2015
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After the Supreme Court said it would revisit an affirmative action case from Texas, colleges expressed concerns about the potential costs of having to replace programs to achieve diversity....
From: New York Times | By: TAMAR LEWIN and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Experts in lethal-injection law said some states were reluctant to turn to the drug in part because of its involvement in high-profile executions last year in Oklahoma, Ohio and Arizona in which prisoners appeared to suffer....
From: New York Times | By: MANNY FERNANDEZ | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Though Apple’s alleged co-conspirators have long since settled and gone about the process of making good for the price-fixing they did not legally admit to committing, the elecronics company had held out in its fight to clear its name, taking the case...
From: Consumerist | By: Mary Beth Quirk | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of same-sex marriage Friday, some media organizations couldn't resist celebrating. Almost immediately, a Pennsylvania newspaper announced that it would no longer publish letters from those opposed to same-sex...
From: Get Religion | By: Bobby Ross Jr. | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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If you pay for good health insurance, shouldn’t you be able to afford the medicine you need? For Kristin Agar, a 63-year-old social worker in Little Rock, Ark., this has not been the case. In 2008, Agar began experiencing strange symptoms. Her feet...
From: Washington Post | By: Ana Swanson | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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The logic may lean that way, but we can't be sure the Supreme Court values the Second Amendment's application that strongly.
From: Reason | By: Brian Doherty | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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The US Supreme Court handed President Barack Obama a victory on Thursday by upholding tax subsidies crucial to his signature healthcare law, with Chief Justice John Roberts saying Congress clearly intended for them to be available in all 50 states.
From: France 24 | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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There's no denying it: Last week was a great one for liberals. On Thursday, the Supreme Court rejected challenges that would have gutted two of the most important progressive laws of the past half-century, the Fair Housing Act and the Affordable Care...
From: Mother Jones | By: Pema Levy | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The Supreme Court on Monday blocked a decision by the court of appeals in the country's most conservative circuit that would have closed two-thirds of the abortion clinics in Texas. The ruling comes as the court debates whether it will hear a challenge...
From: Mother Jones | By: Molly Redden | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Donald Trump is following through with his promise to take his fight to the courts. The entrepreneur has filed a $500 million lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court against Univision for failing to air the Miss USA Pageant. Last week, the nation’s...
From: Entertainment Weekly | By: Lynette Rice | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Chris Christie, currently in ninth place in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, launched his campaign for a Fox News talk show. Lindsey Graham’s childhood nickname was “Stinkball,” which, along with being a lousy sobriquet, would also...
From: AOL Television | By: Eliot Nelson | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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The real estate tycoon and presidential hopeful filed a $500 million suit in the New York State Supreme Court
From: People | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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A lot of people are thrilled with the Supreme Court right now, after the landmark decision supporting gay marriage rights, but President Barack Obama might have some mixed feelings about the justices for other reasons. In another, quieter decision down...
From: Inhabitat | By: Cat DiStasio | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Washington (AFP) - The US Supreme Court on Monday rejected federal environmental regulations requiring power plants to limit emissions of mercury and other pollutants, in a defeat for the Obama administration.In a 5-4 decision split along conservative...
From: Business Insider | By: Chantal Valery | Monday, June 29, 2015
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Texas governor and attorney general accuse justices of putting women in harms’ way.
From: The New Criterion | By: Rod Kackley | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The Hill: Supreme Court Overturns Landmark EPA Pollution Rule The Supreme Court overturned the Obama administration’s landmark air quality rule on Monday, ruling the Environmental Protection Agency did not properly consider the costs of the regulation....
From: Greentech Media | By: Stephen Lacey | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Fox News' Paul Gigot lamented "As the Justices wrap up their term on a decidedly liberal note... the claim that this is a conservative court doesn't really hold up!" and a triumphant Huffington Post proclaimed, "Liberals Just Had An Amazing Week At The...
From: AOL Television | By: Russ Baruffi | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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The United States just took a giant step toward updating the constitutional principle of liberty with dignity. What occurred, however, was not deliberate progress.
From: Reuters | By: David Dante Troutt | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Honduras' Supreme Court has ordered the arrest of the vice president of Congress and 15 other people accused of defrauding the country's health care system in a corruption scandal that has sparked large street protests.
From: San Diego Union-Tribune | By: Associated Press | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to extend legal marriage nationwide to LGBT couples, it set Chinese social media abuzz with celebratory messages and rainbow flags. Chinese law does not recognize gay marriage, but recent years have seen the beginnings...
From: AOL Television | By: Matt Sheehan | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Today’s ubiquitous billion-dollar dating and relationship industry (books, ebooks, seminars, webinars, coaching, courses, matchmaking, dating sites, and more), flashily casts doubt on the old saying “money can’t buy love.”...
From: Elephant Journal | By: elephant journal | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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I’ve not been to Firedoglake since the summer of 2009 when they went magical purity pony on healthcare.  They have some good writers, but the signal to noise ratio just isn’t worth my time or effort. That was probably a wise decision as I went into...
From: Balloon Juice | By: Richard Mayhew | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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It set a record for a single event
From: Time | By: Olivier Laurent | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he is “incredibly disappointed” with Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts after his opinion last week on Affordable Care Act subsidies, suggesting the jurist acted inconsistently with his opinion the following...
From: Time | By: Zeke J Miller | Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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The Supreme Court just ended its most liberal term in memory. From marriage equality to health care to housing discrimination to legislative districting, the court decided a number of high-profile cases in ways favored by the political left. There was...
From: Slate | By: Adam Winkler | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Same-sex marriage is supported by most Americans. And after last week’s landmark Supreme Court decision, it’s also the law of the land. But how it will play out in the presidential campaign is far from settled. While the 2016 Democratic presidential...
From: FiveThirtyEight | By: Harry Enten | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Some on the right suddenly claim they support marriage equality, but oppose how the Supreme Court did it....
From: The Atlantic | By: Peter Beinart | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Americans were perilously close to losing their right to health care when the U.S. Supreme Court offered a reprieve. Few were more grateful than the conservative politicians who had been railing against the Affordable Care Act while praying they would...
From: Seattle Times | By: Froma Harrop | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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For too long, same-sex couples have fought tirelessly for their basic civil rights. Loving, committed partners, along with millions of families and supporters, have challenged the status quo, and demanded that all Americans receive equal treatment under...
From: AOL Television | By: Valerie Jarrett | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Two key whistleblowers in the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh approached the Supreme Court, seeking a CBI probe into mysterious deaths of witnesses in the case.
From: The Economic Times | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Catholic Vote is a conservative advocacy group that is NOT HAPPY with the Supreme Court’s recent decision to name marriage a right for all same-sex couples in the United States. The group saw it coming: they released this video on June 25th, the day...
From: Media Bistro | By: Patrick Coffee | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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WASHINGTON -- Obamacare is here to stay. That’s the message from President Barack Obama and other supporters of the Affordable Care Act after their victory at the Supreme Court last week. But dodging a lethal legal bullet is not the same thing as ensuring...
From: Lemondrop | By: Jeffrey Young | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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Americans generally support the Supreme Court's decision last week to preserve a major part of the Affordable Care Act, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds, although opinions of the law remain starkly divided along party lines. Forty-five percent of Americans...
From: AOL Television | By: Ariel Edwards-Levy | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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How do you change the way people think? You start by changing the words they use. In totalitarian regimes--a.k.a. police states--where conformity and compliance are enforced at the end of a loaded gun, the government dictates what words can and cannot...
From: TV Squad | By: John W. Whitehead | Tuesday, June 30, 2015
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