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Police release video of possible Ten Commandments vandals

D.C. police released a video Wednesday showing two men believed to have toppled a stone tablet of the Ten Commandments on private property behind the U.S. Supreme Court.

Wednesday - 10/02/2013, 05:21pm EDT

Tags: Ten Commandments, vandalism, U.S. Supreme Court, police, crime

Judge sides with protester arrested at Supreme Ct

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a protester arrested two years ago while demonstrating on the plaza of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Wednesday - 06/12/2013, 11:37am EDT

Tags: U.S. Supreme Court, First Amendment

Poll shows attitudes changing on same-sex marriage in Va.

Just six years after Virginia voters approved a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, attitudes on the practice seem to be changing in this traditionally conservative state.

Monday - 04/01/2013, 08:00am EDT

Tags: gay marriage, University of Mary Washington, U.S. Supreme Court, poll, Hank Silverberg

Supreme Court to tackle issues presidential candidates avoid

Josh Gerstein,White House reporter, Politico

Monday - 10/01/2012, 06:04pm EDT

Tags: Josh Gerstein, Elections, U.S. Supreme Court, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney


2 dozen protest outside Baltimore courthouse

About two dozen protesters are outside Baltimore's federal courthouse, rallying against a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision about campaign finance.

Friday - 01/20/2012, 02:07pm EST

Tags: U.S. Supreme Court

Md. lawmakers push against fundraising ruling

Maryland Democratic Reps. Christopher Van Hollen and John Sarbanes are joining Democratic state lawmakers in pushing for a U.S. constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's Citizens United case, which stripped away some limits on campaign contributions.

Thursday - 01/19/2012, 02:20pm EST

Tags: Christopher Van Hollen, John Sarbanes, Citizens United, U.S. Supreme Court

Md. man's leave lawsuit lands in Supreme Court

A man who sued the state of Maryland after allegedly being fired for trying to take a 10-day medical leave from his state job will have his case heard Wednesday by the U.S. Supreme Court, and the outcome could affect whether state workers nationwide can sue in similar situations.

Wednesday - 01/11/2012, 07:21am EST

Tags: U.S. Supreme Court, Family and Medical Leave Act, The National Partnership for Women & Families

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