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Madoff Victims’ Checks Could Be In Mail This Summer

If you were a victim of Bernard Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme, there is some you might want to hear.


Immigrant advocates rally - Hempstead, NY - Jun 26, 2012 (credit: Sophia Hall / WCBS 880)

Immigrant Advocates Rally On Long Island After Supreme Court Ruling

Dozens stood in Hempstead on Tuesday holding signs that said “Immigrants Welcome Here” as they discussed the high court’s decision.


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Fierce Internal Pressure May Lead Boy Scouts Of America To Drop Ban On Gays

The U.S. Supreme Court decided years ago the Boy Scouts of America has the right to keep gays out because it’s a private organization. However, it also has the right to change its mind.


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Supreme Court Begins Hearing Arguments On Constitutionality Of Obamacare

Protesters on both sides of the health care debate voiced their feelings as the nine justices of the nation’s highest court began hearing arguments about the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s health care law.


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Supreme Court Rejects Bronx Church’s Plea To Allow After-Hours Worship At Public Schools

The Bronx Household Of Faith church says the city allows many groups to use school buildings after hours. But the city says that it risks blurring church-state separation if it allows worship services in public schools.


A woman holds a sign calling for Georgia state officials to halt the scheduled execution of convicted cop killer Troy Davis at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison in Jackson, Georgia, on September 21, 2011. (Photo credit: ERIK S. LESSER/AFP/Getty Images)

New Yorkers To Rally Against Execution Of Georgia Death Row Inmate Troy Davis

Supporters of Troy Davis, a Georgia man convicted of killing a police officer, have planned vigils around the country ahead of his scheduled evening execution.


FILE July 15, 2009 -- New Haven, Connecticut firefighters attend the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings in 2009 of then US Supreme Court Nominee Sonia Sotomayor, who ruled against the white firefighters when she served on a federal appeals court.(Photo credit: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

New Haven Firefighters Get Damages In 2009 Bias Case

A group of 20 Connecticut firefighters have won about $2 million in damages from the city of New Haven in connection with a reverse discrimination case that went before the U.S. Supreme Court in 2009.