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The Big PictureI'm not a lawyer. I don't even play one on TV. But I know great dialogue when I hear it, and after reading the transcripts (courtesy of the Feed) of Tuesday's Supreme Court debate over whether to uphold a California......
Money & CompanyHere's your we-can work-it-out Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --The conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that companies can prohibit customers from banding together in class-action lawsuits. The ruling arose...
Opinion L.A.Former Sen. Rick Santorum is receiving heat for the supposed gaffe of wondering why President Obama didn't support an antiabortion position. The quote: "I find it almost remarkable for a -- for a -- for a black man to say,......
GreenspaceEnvironmentalists, labor union members and liberal activists across Southern California are mounting a protest Sunday in Rancho Mirage against billionaire "tea party" funders Charles and David Koch and their semiannual confab of conservative activists....
Los Angeles TimesThe United States Supreme Court likes its mystery: Cases are argued in public, briefs are available for all to read, but its real work is carried out in conferences attended by the nine justices alone. So private are those deliberations that in the rare...
Readers' Representative JournalWashington bureau reporters David Savage and James Oliphant will be covering the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, which begin Monday. Savage has covered the confirmation of every Supreme Court justice since Antonin Scalia's...
Top of the TicketThe news today that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to Chicago's ban on handguns has invigorated gun-rights activists across the country. Groups like the NRA and the Second Amendment Foundation say they hope the high court's......
Top of the TicketIf there was ever any doubt, today's class photo -- an annual ritual of the Supreme Court -- makes if official. Sonia Sotomayor is in the picture, the 111th justice, the third woman and the first Latino on the high......
Today's topic: Does the fact that the cross sits on a small patch of privately owned land -- which Congress transferred from public ownership to preserve the memorial -- protect the government in any way from claims that it is favoring one religion over...
Comments BlogThis 75-year-old wooden cross, now covered with a tarp, was at the center of a heated debate in the U.S. Supreme Court today. The cross, which is located atop a rock in Californiaâs Mojave National Preserve near the Nevada border,......
Monster Mash: 'Thriller' dance event; Andrew Lloyd Webber fighting cancer; London theater ready for downloadCulture Monster--Honoring the king of pop: An estimated 20,000 people worldwide engaged in a global "Thriller" dance event over the weekend. (CBC) --Down but not out: Andrew Lloyd Webber is diagnosed with prostate cancer but vows to return to work as......
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