"In California, a Fevered Rush for Gun Permits":
Adam Nagourney will have this article
in Sunday's edition of The New York Times.
"Supreme Court to look at privacy cases involving police searches of cell phones":
Bill Mears of CNN.com has this report
"Fla. floating home battle not ended by high court":
The Associated Press has this report
"Obama visit delays new lawyers' oath-taking":
The Philippine Daily Inquirer has an article
that begins, "The Supreme Court has reset the oath-taking of new lawyers from Monday, April 28, to May 5, to give way to the visit of US President Barack Obama."
"Supremes' Spat Over Affirmative Action: Supposedly Supreme Court justices are collegial even when they disagree on points of law; The Roberts-Sotomayor fight on affirmative action says otherwise."
Law professor Adam Winkler
has this essay
online today at The Daily Beast.
"Meet the Women Behind the Supreme Court's Controversial Affirmative Action Decision":
ABC News has this report
"Should a Chimp Be Able to Sue Its Owner? Steven Wise is arguing for the legal 'personhood' of chimps and other animals; And no one is laughing him out of the courtroom."
Charles Siebert has this cover story
in tomorrow's edition of The New York Times Magazine.