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Supreme Court Justices don’t take the law seriously enough to deserve the title of “judges,” argues Eric Segall at Slate.
Last weekend Justice Alito aired his frustrations with press coverage of the Court. ISCOTUS director Chris Schmidt considers the long and colorful history of the strained relationship between the Court and the press.
Mortgages and bankruptcy protection head to the Court with two Bank of America appeals.
Does a same-sex marriage appeal in Michigan have what it takes to make it all the way to the Supreme Court?
The Michigan case is one of a group of four pending petitions on the issue of same-sex marriage before the Court.
Cracks in the façade? The apparent agreement among the justices on the Court’s actions thus far this term in the same-sex marriage cases looks like it’s starting to break down, as Justices Thomas and Scalia voice some concerns.
The Court allows same-sex marriages to proceed in South Carolina.
Lyle Denniston discusses the Justices’ “rising unease” with “the race question”—and what this may hold for the future.
Chris Schmidt discusses highlights from the oral argument in last week’s Alabama redistricting case, now available on Oyez.