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  • Glenn Garvin: Supreme Court errs on Aereo decision

    When the Supreme Court effectively outlawed the online TV service Aereo last week, the first temptation was to dismiss the ruling as the confused ravings of a bunch of old people confounded by this newfangled Interweb stuff. Sort of like Larry King's...
  • Hey broadcasters, a free antenna isn't a replacement for Aereo

    Hey broadcasters, a free antenna isn't a replacement for Aereo
    Fresh off the major networks' Supreme Court victory over Aereo, the National Assn. of Broadcasters helpfully pointed Aereo's erstwhile customers to a special offer from Antennas Direct: a free rooftop TV antenna! That's a $130 value, yours (if you're...
  • Justice Ginsburg and the Hobby Lobby threat to religious freedom

    Justice Ginsburg and the Hobby Lobby threat to religious freedom
    The 35-page, few-holds-barred dissent to the Hobby Lobby ruling penned by Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg contains many strong attacks on the majority’s thinking. But in one argument — when she wonders whether this argument will lead...
  • Supreme Court on unions: Could have been worse, but still not good

    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia could have ridden to the rescue of public employee unions in Harris vs. Quinn, the important labor rights case the Court decided Monday, as some scholars thought he might. But he didn't.   In a 1991 case, Scalia...
  • Get ready for an even bigger threat to Obamacare

    Get ready for an even bigger threat to Obamacare
    Now that the Supreme Court has issued its ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, the legal fight over the Affordable Care Act will shift a few blocks away to another Washington courtroom, where a far more fundamental challenge to Obamacare is about to be decided...
  • Mixed verdict on Supreme Court in 'Uncertain Justice,' 'Court of One'

    Mixed verdict on Supreme Court in 'Uncertain Justice,' 'Court of One'
    The U.S. Supreme Court is majestic, immensely powerful and deceptively fragile. It commands by the power of reason, and its justices are, as the great Robert Jackson once observed, not "final because we are infallible, but we are infallible only because...
  • Bruce Allen Murphy: Why Scalia agrees police need warrants to search cellphones

    Bruce Allen Murphy: Why Scalia agrees police need warrants to search cellphones
    Some law-and-order conservatives may be disappointed that Antonin Scalia did not dissent in the U.S. Supreme Court's new decision banning warrantless police cellphone searches, but his historical, originalist jurisprudential theory occasionally leads...
  • Do Supreme Court's mostly calm waters hide turbulence below?

    WASHINGTON The Supreme Court on Monday will conclude a term in which justices have papered over their sharp differences, literally. The result is more surface unanimity, fewer 5-4 decisions and some pronounced frustration for the most vehement...
  • The Supreme Court protects cellphone privacy

     The Supreme Court protects cellphone privacy
    Is privacy dead? If so, someone forgot to tell the Supreme Court. In a ringing unanimous decision Wednesday, the justices said that when police arrest a suspect, they don't have the right to access the data in his cellphone without a search warrant. It'...
  • Supreme Court retreats from progress

     
    (The U.S. Supreme Court) came within one vote of declaring the VCR contra band 30 years ago ... The dissent in that case was driven in part by the plaintiffs’ prediction that VCR technology would wreak all manner of havoc......
  • Supreme Court tells Obama recess is over

    Supreme Court tells Obama recess is over
    Executive power lost the battle but won its war with the Senate over recess appointments in an important case decided Thursday by the U.S. Supreme Court. The court held that the president may make recess appointments during both breaks within sessions and...
  • Even in a 9-0 ruling, abortion counseling divides the Supreme Court

    Even in a 9-0 ruling, abortion counseling divides the Supreme Court
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday refined the First Amendment rights of abortion opponents who want to talk with prospective patients outside abortion clinics. In a 9-0 ruling, the court gave new guidelines to states and cities, Chicago included, that...