"US court weighs school discipline for Web posts":
The Associated Press has this report
on a case reargued en banc today before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Update: You can download the audio of today's en banc oral arguments here (Layshock case -- 78.8 MB Windows Media Audio file) and here (JS v. Blue Mountain case -- 73.3 MB Windows Media Audio file).
"Elena Kagan In Private Practice (And Her First Amendment Experience)":
Eric Turkewitz has this post
at his "New York Personal Injury Law Blog."
"Senators Fed Up With Secret Blocks On Nominees": This audio segment
appeared on today's broadcast of NPR's "Morning Edition
"David Souter vs. the Antonin Scalias":
Columnist E.J. Dionne Jr. has this op-ed
today in The Washington Post.
"GAO says millions of dollars are wasted on federal courthouses that are too big": This article
appears today in The Washington Post. You can view the preliminary results of the GAO's inquiry at this link
"Much Ado About Muffins in Key IP Case at 3rd Circuit":
Shannon P. Duffy has this article
today in The Legal Intelligencer.
"Court Tosses Landmark Global Warming Ruling After Late Recusal":
Greenwire has a report
that begins, "After an unusual about-face prompted by a late recusal, a federal appeals court has scrapped a ruling that said the nation's largest producers of greenhouse gas emissions could be sued for the damage caused by global warming."
My earlier coverage can be accessed here.
"Opponents of Abortion Advance Cause at State Level": This article
appears today in The New York Times.
And The Associated Press reports that "Court says abortion initiative can be on AK ballot." You can access yesterday's ruling of the Supreme Court of Alaska at this link.
"In old article, Kagan invites tough questioning":
Jesse J. Holland of The Associated Press has this report
Today's edition of The New York Times contains an article headlined "A Knock-Down, Drag-Out -- Yawn."
The Mobile Press-Register reports that "Sessions seeks military recruiting records from Harvard, where Supreme Court nominee Kagan worked."
The Hill reports that "Fight over Kagan documents heats up."
And today's edition of The Los Angeles Times contains an article headlined "Photo raises issue of sexual orientation in softball; Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is pictured playing the sport, and whispers grow that she is gay; Those who play say they are aware of the reputation, but history of acceptance should be what is celebrated."