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Last fiscal year, the State Department issued more than 65,000 visas that now would likely fall under the new ban.
The justices are reviewing whether the ban’s latest version announced Sunday makes the case moot.
A brief representing cake artists is drawing outsize attention for the photographs it includes.
Justices will consider whether Wisconsin’s redistricting map violates the Constitution.
The 5-to-4 ruling almost surely means the 2018 elections will be conducted in disputed congressional and legislative districts.
The decision put on hold an appeals court ruling that had prevented the government from blocking about 24,000 refugees with formal resettlement assurances.
A lawyer in the state is fighting to remove a flag that he says promotes white supremacy.
The government argues the baker cannot be compelled to use his talents for something that conflicts with his religious beliefs.
Schwarzenegger, Dole join brief seeking to throw out Wisconsin GOP’s redistricting plan.
Electronic devices are banned from the grand courtroom. Not even lawyers can have a cellphone in the room.