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The Swampby Mark Silva First Lady Michelle Obama, touring Mexico City on her first solo international trip in her position, was asked if her husband should nominate a woman to replace the retiring Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. "I think......
Tags: Michelle Obama, Politics, Barack Obama, Local Government, Health
Bill Clinton to ABC’s ‘This Week’: Barack Obama needs to appoint someone to the Supreme Court younger than Hillary and meThe TV Guy» Orlando Sentinel – The TV GuyBill Clinton tells ABC's “This Week” that appointing him to the U.S. Supreme Court wouldn't be a good idea. “I'm already 63 years old. I hope I live to be 90,” Clinton tells Jake Tapper. “I hope I'm just as healthy as Justice...
L.A. Times Tech BlogGoogle is giving netizens access to the vast archive of billions of updates on Twitter, the Internet giant said Wednesday. It made the announcement right before Twitter's inaugural developers' conference Chirp taking place in San Francisco. Searching...
The Swampby Mark Silva As President Barack Obama sets out to nominate his second member of the Supreme Court, he will meet today with leaders of both parties in the Senate who will be instrumental in confirming -- or resisting --......
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — The Supreme Court, reversing the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, restored a death sentence Monday for a Central California man who robbed and brutally killed a young woman 25 years ago. The justices, in a 5-4 decision, concluded...
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EVEN IF HE SAYS SO HIMSELF, Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is an expert on constitutional law. So his warning that the Supreme Court is likely to invalidate pending legislation that would create military...
IN THE TIMES' sporadic New Year's Day tradition of making wishes for the coming year, only a precious few have come true. Last year was no different: Of 36 New Year's wishes, just five were fulfilled; two others were only partially realized. We got the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNearly six years after foreign prisoners were first sent to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, a clearly divided Supreme Court debated Wednesday how to determine whether these men are dangerous enemy fighters or innocent bystanders caught up in the U.S. war against...
MANUEL S. KLAUSNER, founder of the Reason Foundation, is a lawyer in Los Angeles. He filed the Reason Foundation's amicus brief in the Supreme Court medical marijuana case of Gonzales vs. Raich.IN THE FICTIONAL world of the hit show "24," federal law enforcement agencies are pouring every last resource into the search for a nuclear terrorist in Los Angeles. In the real world, federal agents apparently have so much free time that they can dress...
NewsdayNew York's system of electing state Supreme Court judges may be far from ideal, but it is not unconstitutional, the nation's highest court said Wednesday in a unanimous ruling that was welcomed by political party leaders. The U.S. Supreme Court's...
The Times' New Year's wishes do not have a good history of coming true. Last year at this time, we made 27 wishes for 2007, and scored on just 2 1/2 . Then again, we realize that when we ask for things like sensible immigration reform from Congress or for...
Visitors to the home page of the U.S. Supreme Court will look in vain for instructions on how to e-mail the court. That's fortunate for the justices, who otherwise might find their in-boxes jammed with angry reactions to their refusal last week to...
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