Court’s move leaves no legal impediment to turning National Archives documents over to congressional committee
The US supreme court has rejected a request by Donald Trump to block the release of White House records to the congressional committee investigating the deadly January 6 attack on the Capitol, dealing a blow to the former president.
The order, which casts aside Trump’s request to stop the House select committee from obtaining the records while the case makes its way through the courts, means more than 700 documents that could shed light on the attack can be transferred to Congress. Continue reading...
The Republican-appointed majority court says the risk is one workers have to accept in order to get a paycheck
By a 6-3 vote, with liberal justices in dissent, the supreme court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine-or-testing mandate for large employers. (The court upheld a more modest mandate requiring vaccinations for healthcare workers who treat Medicare and Medicaid patients.)
The employer mandate would have required workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or to wear masks and be tested weekly (neither employees nor employers were required to pay for the testing). It applied to employers with at least 100 employees. This would include more than 84 million workers, about two-thirds of the American workforce.
Robert Reich, a former US secretary of labor, is professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley and the author of Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few and The Common Good. His new book, The System: Who Rigged It, How We Fix It, is out now. He is a Guardian US columnist. His newsletter is at robertreich.substack.com Continue reading...
In a setback for former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court is allowing the release of presidential documents to a congressional committee investigating the 2021 Capitol attack.
Justice Ayesha Malik's nomination to the Supreme Court has broken the glass ceiling, and her appointment will pave the way for increased opportunities for women in the legal field, observers say.
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected former president Donald Trump’s request to block the release of White House records sought by the Democratic-led congressional panel investigating last year’s deadly attack on the Capitol by a mob of his supporters.The decision means the documents, held by a federal agency that stores government and historical records, can be disclosed even as litigation over the matter continues in lower courts.Only one of the court’s nine members, conservative…
The US Supreme Court delivered a blow to President Joe Biden, blocking his Covid vaccination-or-testing mandate for employees of large businesses.At the same time, the nation’s highest court allowed a vaccination mandate for health care workers at facilities receiving federal funding.Biden said he was “disappointed” in the nine-member court’s decision Thursday striking down his mandate for businesses with 100 employees or more to vaccinate or test their workers for Covid-19.“I am disappointed…
Parsing the unusual statement from the Supreme Court, which disputed something that hadn't actually been reported.
The Supreme Court Thursday blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for large employers. What happens now?
In 2015, Ohio voters passed a constitutional amendment to make the redistricting process more bipartisan. This week, the state’s Supreme Court, in a decisions celebrated by voting rights advocates, cited the amendment when it nixed gerrymandered maps.
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A couple has won a legal battle that reached Italy’s Supreme Court, which ruled a neighbor’s loud toilet flush violates their human rights
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On Friday, we witnessed an unusually ugly spectacle at the US Supreme Court. Neil Gorsuch sat on the bench maskless (as he also has on other occasions), while his colleague Sonia Sotomayor -- who as a diabetic is at higher risk of severe disease if she contracts Covid-19 -- participated remotely from her chambers. While a Court spokesperson didn't respond to a question from The Washington Post about the incident, a statement made by the pair of justices on Wednesday noted that they are on friendly terms and that Sotomayor had not asked Gorsuch to mask up. Nonetheless, it's disappointing that Gorsuch did not decide to don a mask as a sign of respect to his colleague so that she might have felt comfortable participating in person. The episode was a shocking display of male entitlement.
Supreme Court Justices Neil Gorsuch and Sonia Sotomayor issued an unusual statement Wednesday asserting there is no tension on the high court around masking and stressing that Sotomayor did not ask Gorsuch to wear a mask while on the bench.
The Supreme Court cleared the way Wednesday for the release of presidential records from the Trump White House to a congressional committee investigating the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol.
Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin and Maggie Haberman discuss the Supreme Court clearing the way for the release of presidential records from the Trump White House to a congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to recall its month-old orders quashing 27% OBC quota in panchayat polls in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh and said the state election commissions would dereserve OBC seats in all future local body elections across India unless such quota is determined in strict compliance of SC's triple-test guidelines.
The coffee company is among the first major employers to roll back plans after the Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration’s mandate for large businesses.
The Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration’s rule, making corporate policies more fraught.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected former President Donald Trump's request to block the release of White House records sought by the Democratic-led congressional panel investigating last year's deadly attack on the Capitol by a mob of his supporters.
In a blow to the Biden administration, the US Supreme Court has blocked its federal Covid-19 vaccine mandate for large businesses. The conservative-majority court ruled that the plan to require vaccines or weekly tests for employees at businesses with at least 100 staff was a "significant encroachment" on the lives and health of many Americans. FRANCE 24's Cole Stangler takes a closer look at existing requirements in the private sector and how businesses are reacting to the Supreme Court's decision.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in Republican Sen. Ted Cruz's bid to undo a provision limiting the amount of money candidates can be reimbursed for personal loans to their own campaigns.
Despite the Supreme Court striking down a vaccine-or-test rule for private employers, the workwear retailer is moving ahead with a mandate. The decision has fueled an outcry among some conservatives.