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Justices push back on whether judicial review is needed

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In arguments about EEOC case, Supreme Court balks at the idea its input — or any judge’s — is optional

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Justices uphold robber’s sentencing in case that hinged on the meaning of ‘accompany’

(J. Scott Applewhite / AP)

The case hinged on the meaning of the word “accompany” in a John Dillinger-era law on hostage-taking.

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At Supreme Court, signs are clear that justices have doubts about Ariz. town’s law

(Susan Walsh / AP)

The justices found plenty of things to questions about a town’s differing regulations.

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Supreme Court takes no action on same-sex marriages

(Masuma Ahuja, Robert Barnes, Emily Chow and Cristina Rivero)

Justices have until the end of January to add cases and could still tackle the issue before adjourning in June.

North Carolina lawmakers ask Supreme Court to hear same-sex marriage appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court might decide to hear same-sex marriage cases today.

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As gay marriages begin in Florida, Supreme Court is set to meet on issue

(Masuma Ahuja, Robert Barnes, Emily Chow and Cristina Rivero)

In a pivotal week for gay marriage, the Supreme Court will consider whether to hear cases that could provide a nationwide answer on whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to wed.

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Judge candidates’ free-speech rights at issue before the Supreme Court

(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)

HIGH COURT | Justices will consider whether Florida’s ban on directly soliciting contributions holds water.

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Tech-wary Supreme Court to finally join the digital age

(Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg)

Justices to put documents online, but spurn other calls for transparency such as cameras in court.

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Supreme Court allows same-sex marriages in Florida

(Masuma Ahuja, Robert Barnes, Emily Chow and Cristina Rivero)

A federal judge had previously struck down a state ban, and without Supreme Court intervention, same-sex marriage licenses could be issued starting Jan. 6.

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Supreme Court’s inaction allows ‘dreamers’ to get driver’s licenses in Arizona

Justices won’t review decision, so state officials must issue driver’s licenses to some illegal immigrants.