On today's broadcast of NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday":
The broadcast contained audio segments entitled "Federalist Papers Mark 225 Years Of Prominence
" and "Closing Courthouse Brought Moonshiners To Justice
"Did US go too far in its secret surveillance of citizens? Critics say the Bush-era law designed to collect foreign intelligence intrudes on the constitutionally protected privacy and free speech rights of US citizens; The US Supreme Court hears the case Monday."
Warren Richey of The Christian Science Monitor has this report
"Supreme Court to consider copyrights, resales":
Robert Barnes will have this article
Monday in The Washington Post.
The Washington Times reports that "Kagan could sway Supreme Court decision on copyright case."
And in Monday's edition of The Wall Street Journal, Brent Kendall and Wilawan Watcharasakwet will have an article headlined "High Court Dives Into Resale Trade." You can freely access the full text of the article via Google News.
"Sandra Day O'Connor broke precedent":
Steven Winn has this article
online today at the web site of The San Francisco Chronicle.
"Can Neuroscience Challenge Roe V. Wade?"
William Egginton has this post
today at the "Opinionator" blog of The New York Times.
"High court weighs new look at voting rights law":
Mark Sherman and Jay Reeves of The Associated Press have this report
View online this evening's broadcast of The American Law Journal, titled "Election 2012 & The Future of The Supreme Court":
You can view the entire program via YouTube by clicking here
Appearing as guests on the program are Tony Mauro of The National Law Journal, law professors Tuan Samahon and Pammela Quinn Saunders, and me.
"Louisianians never needed protection from monks' handiwork":
Columnist James Gill of The Times-Picayune of New Orleans has this essay
"Will Supreme Court turn up its nose at dog sniffs?"
Jonathan Stempel of Reuters has this report