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The Supreme Court ruled police do need a search warrant to obtain cellphone location information routinely collected by wireless providers.
The Supreme Court sided with police on Monday when it tossed out a lawsuit against a policeman after he shot a woman in her own front yard.
Polling places are a politics-free zone. Could that change with a Supreme Court case out of Minnesota? The court is hearing arguments in a key case on this Wednesday.
Conservative justices could overrule a 40-year-old decision allowing states to compel union fee payments. But all eyes are on Justice Neil Gorsuch, who was uncharacteristically silent in court Monday.
The justices heard a challenge to an Ohio law, which allows the purging of voter registrations because of a failure to vote in two consecutive elections.