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The decision puts on hold an ambitious program to tackle climate change while it is challenged in the courts.
Important abortion case brings rush of ‘Brandeis briefs’ that seek to sway the court with history and science.
He says the public believes mistakenly that the justices are political players rather than referees.
Justices say the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission can continue its “demand response” program.
The decision means that young offenders would be treated differently than adults.
The challenge lies in the unique rules that govern the federal government’s relationship with Alaska.
The justices said the state’s high court was wrong to overturn the sentences in the “Wichita Massacre.”
The justices will consider whether the president’s executive action to shield millions of people is lawful.
Opinions are mixed on whether an officer’s demotion over a boss’s mistaken assumption of political activity violates rights of free speech and association.
Scalia was denounced Thursday for questions he asked about the value of diversity at selective universities.