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favicon splcenter.org —  1+ hour, 23+ min ago

Former Breitbart London Boss Streamed With White Nationalist

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Hatewatch Former Breitbart London executive editor James Delingpole recorded a livestream in December with a Scottish white nationalist who previously called race war in Europe “inevitable” and once floated the idea of torpedoing refugees at sea. Former Breitbart London Boss Streamed With White Nationalist Delingpole, 56, who in addition to leading Breitbart’s U.K. division has published work for U.K.-based publications including the Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator, joined the livestream with Colin Robertson, the white nationalist influencer who has for years published extreme far-right propaganda under the pseudonym “Millennial Woes.” ... ...

favicon scotusblog.com —  3+ hour, 3+ min ago

Justices take up cases on power of district courts and regulation of wetlands

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The Supreme Court on Monday morning issued orders from the justices’ private conference on Friday, Jan. 21. In addition to taking up the issue of race in college admissions (covered here), the justices added two other cases to their docket for next term. One involves... The post Justices take up cases on power of district courts and regulation of wetlands appeared first on SCOTUSblog....

favicon scotusblog.com —  1+ hour, 7+ min ago

Squabbles over masks and shadow-docket tasks

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Amy Howe and Katie Barlow review a busy Supreme Court week, including a new cert grant in a religious-freedom case, the latest action on the shadow docket, and “maskgate.” SCOTUStalk is launching a new Q&A feature. Send us your questions about the justices, how the... The post Squabbles over masks and shadow-docket tasks appeared first on SCOTUSblog....

favicon scotusblog.com —  11+ hour, 34+ min ago

Court will hear challenges to affirmative action at Harvard and University of North Carolina

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The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to reconsider the role of race in college admissions. In a brief order, the justices agreed to take up two cases asking them to overrule their landmark 2003 decision in Grutter v. Bollinger, holding that the University of Michigan... The post Court will hear challenges to affirmative action at Harvard and University of North Carolina appeared first on SCOTUSblog.... ...

favicon scotusblog.com —  15+ hour, 18+ min ago

Announcement of orders and opinions for Monday, January 24

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On Monday, January 24, we will be live blogging as the court releases orders from the January 21 conference and opinions in one or more argued cases from the current term. Click here for a list of FAQs about opinion announcements. The post Announcement of orders and opinions for Monday, January 24 appeared first on SCOTUSblog....

favicon scotusblog.com —  6+ hour, 31+ min ago

The morning read for Monday, Jan. 24

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James Romoser is the editor of SCOTUSblog. He came to SCOTUSblog in June 2020 with experience as both a legal journalist and a litigator. James began his journalism career in North Carolina as a reporter for the Winston-Salem Journal, where he covered everything from tobacco farming to the state legislature. He then attended law school at Georgetown and, upon graduating, practiced First Amendment litigation for two years in Washington, D.C. He returned to journalism in 2018 as an associate editor and legal affairs reporter for Inside Health Policy. In that role, he covered high-profile litigation on Medicaid and the Affordable Care ... ...

favicon scotusblog.com —  2+ day ago

Justices will review scope of McGirt decision, but won't consider whether to overturn it

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Less than two years ago, the Supreme Court ruled in McGirt v. Oklahoma by a vote of 5-4 that a large portion of eastern Oklahoma, which was reserved for the Creek Nation in the 19th century, remains a reservation for purposes of a federal law... The post Justices will review scope of McGirt decision, but won’t consider whether to overturn it appeared first on SCOTUSblog....

favicon scotusblog.com —  5+ day ago

Court grapples with choice-of-law doctrines in lawsuit seeking to recover painting taken by Nazis

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The Supreme Court heard argument on Tuesday in Cassirer v. Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation. The case was brought by a family seeking to recover a Camille Pissarro painting expropriated by the Nazis and now owned by a Spanish museum. The question before the justices is whether a... The post Court grapples with choice-of-law doctrines in lawsuit seeking to recover painting taken by Nazis appeared first on SCOTUSblog.... ...

favicon splcenter.org —  4+ day ago

Senate Fails Voters: With key legislation blocked, SPLC vows to continue defending democracy

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Features and Stories Senate Fails Voters: With key legislation blocked, SPLC vows to continue defending democracy Last night, the U.S. Senate failed to overcome the 50-vote threshold to change the body’s rules and permit a vote on voting rights protections after each senator has been allowed a maximum of two speeches of any length of time. The changes to these rules were proposed in order to vote on the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, which would strengthen and restore provisions of the 1965 Voting Rights Act weakened by Supreme Court decisions, and the Freedom to Vote Act, which ... ...

favicon scotusblog.com —  2+ day ago

Suing the International Finance Committee, and Chicago police's destroy-or-sell policy

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This week we highlight cert petitions that ask the Supreme Court to consider, among other things, whether the International Finance Corporation is immune from suit over its actions concerning the Tata Mundra Power Plant in Gujarat, India, and whether Chicago police’s policy of destroying or... The post Suing the International Finance Committee, and Chicago police’s destroy-or-sell policy appeared first on SCOTUSblog.... ...



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