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Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the suspected Santa Fe, Texas shooter who admitted he gunned down 10 of his high-school classmates and teachers on Friday will never get the death penalty or a mandatory life sentence. The maximum penalty he can receive is a life sentence with parole eligibility after 40 years.
The Supreme Court has overturned the federal ban on sports betting — here’s what that means for the immediate future of gambling in Americ...
The Supreme Court ruled that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) is unconstitutional — here's what that means, and how it will effect the near future of gambling in America.
On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal ban on sports betting was unconstitutional, opening up a huge potential market for New Jersey and beyond.
The Supreme Court broke 2 of its strictest rules for the travel-ban arguments — and it shows how seriously the court is taking the case
The Supreme Court justices on Wednesday broke two of their famously rigid rules to accommodate the complexity of the case on President Donald Trump's travel ban and the immense public interest it has attracted.
Trump’s campaign statements about Muslims came under fire during the Supreme Court’s travel ban arguments
Supreme Court justices grilled a government lawyer on Wednesday about President Donald Trump's previous campaign statements about Muslims, and whether they're relevant to his travel ban.
President Donald Trump's travel ban, one of the most controversial executive orders to come from his presidency, is being argued before the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Here's what to expect.
Trump demands Congress pass an immigration ‘fix’ after a stunning loss at the Supreme Court from the justice he appointed
The Trump administration is demanding Congress pass an immigration "fix" to allow the government to deport immigrants with certain criminal convictions.
Mark Zuckerberg wants an independent council of non-Facebookers to make the final call on removing dangerous content, ‘almost like a Supreme Cou...
"In any kind of good-functioning democratic system, there needs to be a way to appeal," Zuckerberg said.
Nearly 2,000 people were stopped in 9 days under Trump’s travel ban — and almost all of them were legal US residents
As it turns out, President Donald Trump's travel ban affected mostly people who had already been living in the US.
What is gerrymandering?: The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for 2 cases that could overhaul American elections
The Supreme Court heard arguments on Wednesday for Benisek v. Lamone, a case on gerrymandering in Maryland that could have broad effects on future elections.