"New layer of secrecy at Guantanamo court":
Carol Rosenberg of The Miami Herald has this report
In today's edition of The New York Times, columnist Bill Keller has an op-ed
that begins, "In the coming days the Supreme Court is expected to rule on a case that could further restrict the use of race as a factor in college admissions."
"Spy Court Urged to Unmask Legal Basis for NSA Dragnet Phone Surveillance":
David Kravets has this post
today at Wired.com's "Threat Level" blog.
"Supreme Court: California raisin growers can challenge marketing rules."
Michael Doyle of McClatchy Washington Bureau has this report
And at Reason.com's "Hit & Run" blog, Damon W. Root has a post titled "Unanimous Supreme Court Allows Raisin Farmers to Challenge New Deal-Era Farm Control Law."
"Feds to comply with NY morning-after pill ruling":
The Associated Press has this report
Update: In other coverage, Tuesday's edition of The New York Times will contain a front page article headlined "U.S. Drops Bid to Limit Sales of Morning-After Pill."
And Bloomberg News reports that "Morning-After Pill to Be Sold to All Ages, U.S. Says."
"Monsanto Court Win Tosses Patent Suit by Organic Farmers":
Bloomberg News has this report
And Reuters reports that "Organic growers lose decision in suit versus Monsanto over seeds."
You can access today's ruling of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit at this link.
"Penn Law Supreme Court Clinic wins important constitutional case":
The University of Pennsylvania Law School issued this news release
"Google Seeks Ruling Street View Didn't Break Wiretap Laws":
Bloomberg News has this report
And at her "Trial Insider" blog, Pamela A. MacLean has a post titled "Google Says Wi-Fi is Radio."
You can access via this link the audio of today's oral argument at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
"Harsher Sentencing Guidelines Can't Be Used for Old Offenses, Justices Say":
Adam Liptak will have this article
Tuesday in The New York Times.
"Streaming live broadcast television":
Michelle Olsen has this new installment
of her "Circuit Split Watch" column in today's edition of The National Law Journal.
"Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers":
David G. Savage of The Los Angeles Times has this news update
And Jeremy P. Jacobs of Greenwire reports that "Justices kick raisin farmer's takings claim back to appeals court."
"The Heller Ruling, Five Years On":
You can view the video of an event that the Cato Institute hosted last Tuesday by clicking here
"NSA leaker's father lives in Upper Macungie; Lonnie Snowden and his wife, Karen, aren't talking about Edward Snowden":
The Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania has this news update
"Opinion recap: Much more than raisins?"
Lyle Denniston has this post
"Civil rights case is obstacle for Obama's Labor Department pick; Thomas Perez's nomination to head Labor could founder on GOP criticism of his intervention in a Minnesota civil rights case":
David G. Savage and Michael A. Memoli have this article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Poll shows Californians favor legalizing same-sex marriage; Change in voters' attitudes is 'across the board' -- region, ethnicity, age, religion; The biggest shift is among seniors":
Maura Dolan has this front page article
today in The Los Angeles Times.
"Cited by a Justice, but Feeling Less Than Honored":
Adam Liptak will have this new installment
of his "Sidebar" column in Tuesday's edition of The New York Times.
"On Sunday, June 10, CAC Chief Counsel Elizabeth Wydra joined Shannon Bream on FOX News Channel * * * to discuss President Obama's nominees to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals":
You can access the video via YouTube by clicking here
"Justice delayed in Maryland: Priority of the state's new top judge must be a return to the tradition of promptly filed opinions."
James B. Astrachan, George W. Liebmann, and Henry R. Lord have this op-ed
today in The Baltimore Sun.
"Why'd He Do It? To understand Edward Snowden's motivations, look to Aaron Swartz."
Noam Scheiber has this essay
online today at The New Republic.
"Attacked on all sides, NLRB is in 'unprecedented' place":
Carlyn Kolker of Reuters has this report
Access online today's rulings of the U.S. Supreme Court in argued cases:
The Court today issued three rulings in argued cases.
1. Justice Elena Kagan delivered the opinion for a unanimous Court in Oxford Health Plans LLC v. Sutter, No. 12-135. Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. issued a concurring opinion, in which Justice Clarence Thomas joined. You can access the oral argument via this link.
2. Justice Sonia Sotomayor delivered the opinion of the Court in Peugh v. United States, No. 12-62, except for one subsection of the opinion, in which Justice Anthony M. Kennedy did not join. Justice Thomas issued a dissenting opinion, in which Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. and Justices Antonin Scalia and Alito joined. And Justice Alito issued a dissenting opinion, in which Justice Scalia joined. You can access the oral argument via this link.
3. And Justice Thomas delivered the opinion for a unanimous Court in Horne v. Department of Agriculture, No. 12-123. You can access the oral argument via this link.
In early news coverage, The Associated Press has reports headlined "Court: Judges can't use new guidelines on old case" and "Calif. raisin farmers win new day in court."
Access online today's Order List of the U.S. Supreme Court:
The Court has posted today's Order List at this link
. The Court granted review in one new case.
In early news coverage, Greg Stohr of Bloomberg News reports that "BG Gets Top Court Hearing on $185 Million Argentina Award."
Lawrence Hurley of Reuters reports that "U.S. justices agree to hear BG Group arbitration case."
And The Associated Press reports that "High court ends torture suit against Rumsfeld."
"Three questions for Clarence Thomas":
John Blake has this article
"U.S. Supreme Court may hear Mt. Holly housing case":
The Philadelphia Inquirer has this report
"Culture war creates perils for Supreme Court justices":
Juan Williams has this essay
online today at The Hill.
"Supreme Court nears rulings on key voting rights cases":
The Washington Times has this report