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Justices uphold revealing petition signers' names (Post, June 25, 2010)
 
Court upholds ban on terror-related aid: Rights groups say ruling will hurt legal, peacemaking efforts (Post, June 22, 2010)
 
Company cell? Your boss can eavesdrop, justices say.: Reasonable review of phone, computer communication allowed (Post, June 18, 2010)
 
High court rejects Fla. waterfront property owners' argument: Beach work's addition of public-owned sand doesn't erode rights (Post, June 18, 2010)
 
Supreme Court rules in text-messaging, property rights cases (Post, June 17, 2010; 2:13 PM)
 
High court rules in favor of immigrants: Justices oppose automatic deportation for minor drug offenses (Post, June 15, 2010)
 
In Kagan's papers, a flair for the political: Documents from tenure as White House aide show an active participant in strategy (Post, June 12, 2010)
 
New papers on nominee Kagan released: Policy work is shown in documents covering time as Clinton adviser (Post, June 5, 2010)
 
Elena Kagan has been battle tested by tobacco legislation in the '90s (Post, June 4, 2010; 2:11 PM)
 
Suspects must speak up to keep Miranda protection: SUPREME COURT SHIFTS BURDEN
Ruling: Right to remain silent must be invoked
(Post, June 2, 2010)
 
Court: Ex-Somali official can be sued (Post, June 2, 2010)
 
Scalia glad to have nominee who isn't a judge (Post, May 27, 2010)
 
Senators working to piece together portrait of Kagan: NO LONG 'PAPER TRAIL'
Supreme Court pick's old writings dissected
(Post, May 26, 2010)
 
Court rules against Chicago in case alleging hiring bias: UNANIMOUS DECISION
Discriminatory results of tests may not be used
(Post, May 25, 2010)
 
High court rules against the NFL in antitrust case: League's single-entity argument is rejected in unanimous ruling (Post, May 25, 2010)
 
Too smart to lead?: Elena Kagan's nomination has raised the prospect of an "all-Ivy" Supreme Court. Is it a good idea for any institution, or any sector of society, to rely so heavily on a handful of elite universities to educate and train its leaders? (Post, May 23, 2010)
 
Justices restrict life terms for youths: ONLY HOMICIDE MAY CARRY THAT PENALTY
Divided court rules juveniles must have a chance for parole
(Post, May 18, 2010)
 
'Sexually dangerous' inmates can be kept in prison indefinitely: Federal government has same power to detain as the states, justices rule (Post, May 18, 2010)
 
Kagan's candor could shape Supreme Court's future (Post, May 16, 2010)
 
What qualifies a leader?: In choosing a Supreme Court nominee to replace Justice John Paul Stevens, President Obama was seeking someone who could provide intellectual and personal leadership of the liberal bloc. His gamble in nominating Elena Kagan is bringing in someone from outside the "priesthood" of appellate judges. What are the advantages and disadvantages of selecting a leader with nontraditional qualifications? (Post, May 16, 2010)
 
In Kagan's work as solicitor general, few clues to her views: The job doesn't involve much legal philosophizing (Post, May 13, 2010)
 
Senators query Supreme Court nominee Kagan (Post, May 12, 2010; 4:40 PM)
 
White House seeks to defend Kagan's diversity record: Some angry that a black woman wasn't chosen for Supreme Court (Post, May 12, 2010)
 
THE JUSTICE LEAGUE: From ivory towers of Harvard and Yale to marble columns of the highest court in the land, Ivy roots run deep (Post, May 12, 2010)
 

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