Supreme Court: School Can Block Transgender Teen From Boy's BathroomThe U.S. Supreme Court says a Virginia school board can block a transgender male from using the boy's bathroom at his school until it decides whether to intervene in his case.
De Blasio Defends Immigrants After Supreme Court Tie Blocks Obama PlanMayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday told New Yorkers that the city will stand by the immigrant population -- even as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against immigration reforms.
10 Facts About U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin ScaliaHere are 10 things about Justice Scalia that you may or may not know.
Report Claims 9.6% Of Recent College Grads Think Judge Judy Is On U.S. Supreme CourtA new report Tuesday claimed that many recent college graduates think Judge Judy is among the nine U.S. Supreme Court justices.
Prosecutors Motion To Re-Argue Death Penalty In ConnecticutThe state abolished the death penalty three years ago.
Rally Held In Times Square Calling For Same-Sex Marriage Rights NationwideAdvocates rallied in Times Square Monday night in hopes of seeing same-sex marriage legalized nationwide, a day before the issue comes before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Protesters Turn Out As U.S. Supreme Court Hears Hobby Lobby Case On Birth Control CoverageProtesters came out in full force Tuesday as the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case pitting employers’ religious beliefs against the Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate.
Report: North Jersey Woman Admits To Sending Threatening LettersA northern New Jersey woman has admitted to mailing a threatening letter to the Town of Secaucus.
New Push On For Gay Marriage In New JerseyOn the steps of the steps of the Statehouse in Trenton, Garden State Equality's Troy Stevenson said Thursday that the time is now for gay marriage in New Jersey.
Christie Says He'd Veto Same-Sex Marriage Bill A Second TimeNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday that he would veto a same-sex marriage bill again.
Supreme Court Decision On Voting Rights Act Greatly Impacts New York CityChanges in New York election law will no longer have to be pre-cleared by the Department of Justice. That's the effect of the high court’s ruling that struck down a part of the Voting Rights Act that since 1965 has protected minority voters.
Hundreds Rally For Gay Rights At Washington Square ParkThe demonstration comes as the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on two cases this week.

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