State Lawmakers Say It's Time To Pay College Athletes; Seek To Move Up California's Fair Pay to Play Act To Sept. 1
U.S. Supreme Court Sides With College Athletes In Key Compensation CaseRuling on an appeal of a decision by the San Francisco-based 9th Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said the NCAA can’t enforce certain rules limiting the education-related benefits — things like computers and graduate scholarships — that colleges offer athletes.
US Supreme Court Sides With Google In $8 Billion Copyright Fight With OracleThe Supreme Court sided Monday with Google in an $8 billion copyright dispute with Oracle over the internet company’s creation of the Android operating system used on most smartphones worldwide.
Bay Area Politicians Pay Tribute To Supreme Court Justice GinsburgA number of Bay Area politicians reacted Friday evening to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing, posting tributes to the Supreme Court icon on social media.
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Civil Rights Law Protects LGBTQ Workers From Job DiscriminationThe Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay and lesbian people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBQ rights from a conservative court.
Harris Open To Reforming Supreme Court In Wake Of Alabama Abortion BanKamala Harris says she is "open" to a debate over reforming the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Turns Away Challenge To California Gun Control MeasureThe Supreme Court is refusing a new invitation to rule on gun rights, leaving in place California restrictions on carrying concealed handguns in public.
Supreme Court Won't Take Up Lead Paint Issue From CaliforniaThe Supreme Court is leaving in place a decision that required paint companies to fund the removal of lead paint from California homes.
Kavanaugh Has Votes To Be Confirmed To Supreme Court After Collins, Manchin Commit Brett Kavanaugh is set to become the Supreme Court justice who inaugurates a conservative majority for a generation, after wavering Republicans closed ranks to give him sufficient votes for confirmation in a historic victory for President Donald Trump.
Reporter: Kavanaugh Accuser Was 'Terrified About Going Public'Two months before Christine Blasey Ford went public with her sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, she confided in a reporter for the Washington Post.
Kavanaugh: 'No One Is Above The law'Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh declared Wednesday that "no one is above the law in our Constitution," including the executive branch, as the second day of his confirmation hearing began.
Partisan Shouting Marks First Day Of Kavanaugh Confirmation HearingSenate Democrats disrupted the start of the Judiciary Committee hearing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh Tuesday morning.
Feinstein 'Alarmed' By National Archives Denying Documents Request On Trump SCOTUS pickSen. Dianne Feinstein said she is "alarmed" by the National Archives decision to withhold documents related to the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Dems Scramble For Path Forward As Republicans Delight In Kennedy's RetirementJustice Anthony Kennedy's retirement from the Supreme Court has put the Senate on the cusp of an all-out war over his replacement and thrust an unexpected and hotly contested issue into the spotlight less than five months away from the midterm elections.
California, San Francisco Officials Decry Travel Ban DecisionReaction against the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Trump travel ban Tuesday was strong in the Bay Area and across California.