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Although US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan once suggested justices don't use email, documents obtained by VICE News show that's not entirely true.
The justice railed against racial profiling and police brutality in a case that examined whether evidence collected during illegal stops can be presented in court.
Today, the Supreme Court began hearing arguments in "Whole Women's Health v. Hellerstadt," which will determine the constitutionality of Texas's notorious omnibus anti-abortion bill HB2. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan...
Well, here’s bit of good news from the Supreme Court, a group not generally considered friendly to criminal defendants or recreational drug users: you cannot, it turns out, be automatically deported for the kindhearted but nonetheless illegal act of...