Supreme Court hands Trump win in China antitrust case

The U.S. Supreme Court sided with the Trump administration and against China on Thursday on a disputed aspect of their fraught trade relationship, throwing out a lower court ruling that had allowed two Chinese vitamin C makers to escape $148 million in damages for violating American antitrust law.

Sen. Dean Heller Is So Desperate To Keep His Seat That He Made Up A Justice Kennedy Retirement

Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) looks marked for certain defeat in November, which is why he apparently made up a prediction about Justice Kennedy retiring from the Supreme Court.

Politico reported on audio they obtained of Sen. Heller:

Dean Heller knows he’s the most vulnerable Republican senator in the country. But he thinks Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy might just help him hang on to his seat. read more

Supreme Court divided in pivotal challenge to union fees

The U.S. Supreme Court appeared divided along ideological lines on Monday in a high-stakes case that could deprive unions representing police, firefighters and certain other public employees of a key source of funds -- millions of dollars in fees they can collect annually from non-members.

Chief Justice Roberts Stands against Sexual Harassment and Trump’s Anti-Woman, Anti-Worker Values

While Donald Trump, as we have heard in the infamous Planet Hollywood tape, gloats about how his wealth and power enable him to violate women sexually without consequences and while he smears those, such as Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who call him on this behavior, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts recently offered a stunning contrast in leadership when it comes to addressing issues of sexual harassment and worker rights. read more

Supreme Court Sides With Trump Over Immigrants: Rules Admin Doesn’t Have To Share Documents Behind DACA Decision

A fiercely divided Supreme Court voted 5-4 on Friday to lift an order filed by San Francisco District Judge William Alsup requiring the Trump administration to produce documents outlining the decision to end theDeferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The documents the order sought included “emails, departmental memoranda, policy directives, meeting minutes, materials considered by Secretary Duke’s subordinates, communications from White House officials or staff, communications from the Department of Justice, and communications between DHS and state authorities.” read more