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Andrew Chung

Special report: When cops and America's cherished gun rights clash, cops win

20 Nov 2020

LEESBURG, Florida The night a cop killed Andrew Scott started out like many others had for the 26-year-old pizzeria worker. Home from his evening shift, he and his girlfriend, Miranda Mauck, ate a late supper and spent several hours watching television and playing video games.

U.S. Supreme Court justices appear unlikely to throw out Obamacare

10 Nov 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday signaled they are unlikely to strike down the Obamacare healthcare law in a legal challenge brought by Texas and 17 other Republican-governed states and joined by President Donald Trump's administration. | Video

Republican state AGs ask U.S. Supreme Court to hear mail-in ballot dispute

09 Nov 2020

A group of Republican attorneys general on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case challenging a lower court ruling that extended Pennsylvania's deadline to receive mail-in ballots.

Supreme Court's Alito tells Pennsylvania counties to separate late ballots

09 Nov 2020

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Friday night ordered county election boards in Pennsylvania to comply with a state directive to separate mail-in ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day from other ballots.

Supreme Court's Alito tells Pennsylvania counties to separate late ballots

07 Nov 2020

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Friday night ordered county election boards in Pennsylvania to comply with a state directive to separate mail-in ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day from other ballots.

U.S. Supreme Court may not have final say in presidential election, despite Trump threat

05 Nov 2020

WASHINGTON While President Donald Trump wants the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on a presidential race that is still too close to call, it may not be the final arbiter in this election, legal experts said. | Video

U.S. Supreme Court may not have final say in presidential election, despite Trump threat

05 Nov 2020

WASHINGTON While President Donald Trump wants the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on a presidential race that is still too close to call, it may not be the final arbiter in this election, legal experts said.

Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices lean toward Catholic agency in LGBT dispute

04 Nov 2020

WASHINGTON Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday appeared sympathetic to religious rights claims against Philadelphia brought by a Catholic Church-affiliated agency after the city refused to use the group in its foster care program because it would not accept same-sex couples as prospective foster parents.

Major case testing LGBT and religious rights goes before U.S. Supreme Court

04 Nov 2020

WASHINGTON, Nov 4 The U.S. Supreme Court, with its newly expanded conservative majority, is set on Wednesday to hear a dispute over the city of Philadelphia's refusal to place children for foster care with a Catholic Church-affiliated agency that prohibits same-sex couples from applying to be foster parents.

LGBT and religious rights collide in U.S. Supreme Court foster-care case

03 Nov 2020

WASHINGTON In a case pitting LGBT rights against religious rights, the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday is set to hear arguments in a dispute over the city of Philadelphia's refusal to place children for foster care with a Catholic Church-affiliated agency that excludes same-sex couples from serving as foster parents.

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