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Chief justice remembers Scalia’s ‘irrepressible spirit’

WASHINGTON – Chief Justice John Roberts on Monday remembered the late Justice Antonin Scalia as a friend and colleague of “irrepressible spirit” as the Supreme Court resumed work for the fir...

Some want to limit justices to 18 years on Supreme Court

WASHINGTON – Justice Antonin Scalia’s sudden death a month before his 80th birthday and the potential impasse over replacing him is giving new impetus to an old idea: limiting the service of...

Scalia’s death means loss of key vote in divided cases

WASHINGTON – Justice Antonin Scalia’s death deprives conservatives of a key vote that could change the outcome in some major Supreme Court cases, including one in which labor unions appeared...

In victory or dissent, Scalia was a man of strong opinions

Popular Supreme Court justice died Saturday at 79

U.S. Supreme Court Justices extend bar on automatic life terms for teenagers

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled Monday that people serving life terms for murders they committed as teenagers must have a chance to seek their freedom, a decision that could affect more...

Court to hear Obama immigration case

Decision will come during election year

Justices take up meaning of ‘one person, one vote’

WASHINGTON – The growing political influence of Latinos could be slowed by a Supreme Court case over the constitutional requirement to make electoral districts roughly equal in population. ...

Obama seeks justices’ OK on immigration plan

26 states suing to stop policy blocking deportations

Court to hear fourth case

Religious groups challenge rules on contraceptives

Divisive social issues fill Supreme Court’s agenda

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court’s new term began Monday with no cross words between the justices, although a steady stream of divisive social issues awaits them in the coming months. ...

Supreme Court addresses capital punishment

Justices speak out about death penalty, but executions go on

Supreme Court extends gay marriage nationwide

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States, a historic culmination of decades of litigation over gay marriage an...