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Brett Kavanaugh’s law school roommate says he used to eat pasta with ketchup

Brett Kavanaugh is bland.  Trump’s pick to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has been condemned as an “enemy of the left,” who will herald a Handmaid’s Tale-type era of conservatism. A Yale publication found that he also had abhorrent eating habits in law school.  SEE ALSO: Trump’s SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh looks exactly like...CONTINUE READING
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Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s SCOTUS pick, could be the final nail in net neutrality’s coffin

Since President Donald Trump took office, net neutrality – the principle that internet service providers should treat all content equally and keep it accessible to all – has been under constant attack.  Brett Kavanaugh is the president’s latest blow to a future with a free and open internet. And we know this because Kavanaugh, a...CONTINUE READING
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‘The Bachelorette’ was interrupted by Trump’s SCOTUS pick. No, viewers were not fine.

Donald Trump has named Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy in the U.S. Supreme Court — but will he accept this rose? The Bachelorette fans have complained that Trump’s SCOTUS nomination of Kavanaugh, a federal appeals court judge who worked in the Bush White House, interrupted Monday night’s show. SEE ALSO: 5 ways you...CONTINUE READING
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A landmark climate change ruling could go up in smoke after Justice Kennedy retires

After 30 years on the Supreme Court bench, Justice Anthony Kennedy will leave the nation’s highest courthouse at the end of July. With Kennedy’s departure comes much uneasiness. One cause for concern is over the paramount climate decision Massachusetts v. EPA, in which Kennedy proved to be the deciding swing vote, as he often was....CONTINUE READING
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After Kennedy’s retirement, are we entering ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ territory?

Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement from the Supreme Court on Wednesday, effective July 31. Given that Donald Trump gets to pick his replacement, and Mitch McConnell controls the Senate confirmation process, it seems all but certain that the next judge on America’s all-important bench will be a hardline conservative.  Kennedy, appointed by President Reagan,...CONTINUE READING
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Literally just a bunch of tweets from people who have given up on America

In a stunning development, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his impending retirement from the nation’s highest court on Wednesday. His retirement will be effective at the end of July, throwing a large portion of the country into despair at the the thought of Donald Trump getting a second SCOTUS nomination. SEE ALSO: Trevor Noah...CONTINUE READING
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‘Making a Murderer’ case will not be heard by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal for a conviction that was the center of the Netflix series Making a Murderer, the Washington Post reports.  As covered on the docu-series, 17-year-old Brendan Dassey was found guilty of sexual assault and first-degree murder after he allegedly assisted his uncle, Steven Avery, in the rape...CONTINUE READING
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Supreme Court rules police need a warrant to access a suspects’ cellphone location data

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 today that police cannot freely access people’s cellphone location data, regardless if they are suspected for a crime. Police have always needed court-approved warrants before searching people’s phones (due to the search and seizure protections under the Fourth Amendment), but they routinely breeched that protocol by accessing data from wireless...CONTINUE READING
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Online shopping is about to get more expensive

Gird your (digital) wallets! The Supreme Court has ruled that states can charge online retailers sales tax, even if they don’t have a physical presence in the state. That means that some of the biggest online retailers — including Wayfair, Overstock.com, and Newegg, who were named in the suit against the state of South Dakota...CONTINUE READING
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Microsoft battles U.S. authorities who want access to foreign-stored data

You can call it Goliath vs. Goliath.  Microsoft is set to face a battle with U.S. authorities who want access to data stored outside of the country. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday on whether the Department of Justice can force U.S. companies to hand over foreign-stored data.  SEE ALSO: Facebook data is...CONTINUE READING
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