Nina Totenberg

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Pennsylvania Has 10 Days To Redraw Congressional Maps

Monday, February 05, 2018

On Monday, the United States Supreme Court declared it will not get in the way of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court order that will require the state legislature to redraw its congressional map by Feb. 15.

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Reflects On The #MeToo Movement: 'It's About Time'

Monday, January 22, 2018

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sat down with NPR's Nina Totenberg at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday where she discussed her thoughts on the #MeToo movement.

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In Supreme Court, Skepticism Of Lawyer Who Overrode Client's Wish To Plead Not Guilty

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case in which the defendant's lawyer told the jury he was guilty over the defendant's explicit objection.

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Supreme Court Appears Divided Over Ohio's 'Use-It Or Lose-It' Voter Registration Rule

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

In Supreme Court arguments on Wednesday, the justices appeared divided over whether Ohio's so called "use-it or lose-it" voter registration rule violates federal law. The state has one of the nation's most aggressive voter-purge systems in the country.

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In Key Voting-Rights Case, Court Appears Divided Over Ohio's 'Use It Or Lose It' Rule

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The justices heard a challenge to an Ohio law, which allows the purging of voter registrations because of a failure to vote in two consecutive elections.

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Students Identify With 50-Year-Old Supreme Court Case

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

Teenagers in Washington, D.C., were inspired by a recent lesson in the First Amendment rights of students after three federal judges and their law clerks re-enacted a landmark Supreme Court case.

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3 Trump Judicial Nominees Withdraw, Raising Some Questions About Vetting

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

The Trump administration and the GOP-controlled Senate have been confirming judicial nominations at a record pace but the breakneck speed and nontraditional vetting has come at a cost recently.

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Supreme Court Seems Split In Case Of Baker Vs. Same-Sex Couple; Eyes Now On Kennedy

Tuesday, December 05, 2017

The justices' decision could have huge implications for all retailers and service providers. And it will very likely come down to Justice Anthony Kennedy.

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Odds Drop On Sports-Betting Ban As Supreme Court Hears New Jersey Case

Monday, December 04, 2017

Cash-starved states may prevail in nullifying a 1992 federal law prohibiting sports betting after Monday's arguments.

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A Supreme Court Clash Between Artistry And The Rights Of Gay Couples

Monday, December 04, 2017

A baker says being forced by Colorado law to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples would violate his First Amendment rights. The couple says the baker can't discriminate against them.

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New Jersey Takes On Major Professional Sports Leagues In Sports Betting Case

Sunday, December 03, 2017

A former NBA player who became a New Jersey senator sponsored a federal law banning sports gambling that New Jersey now says is unconstitutional.

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Supreme Court Hears Case On Cellphone Location Information

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

In politics it's usually conservatives who attack liberals for being soft on crime. Those roles seemed at least partially reversed today at the Supreme Court, where justices heard an important case examining whether police need a search warrant to get cell phone site location information from wireless carriers.

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Supreme Court Considers Cellphones And Digital Privacy

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

A Supreme Court case, a big one for cellphone users, examines whether police must obtain a warrant in order to get historical cell-site location information from cellphone providers.

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Case That Could Overturn Major Patent Reform

Monday, November 27, 2017

At the Supreme Court on Monday, the Justices heard arguments in a patent case about whether a federal agency review process impermissibly wields judicial power. The system, created by Congress in 2011 as part of the America Invents Act, determines if a patent has been correctly granted if there is a dispute.

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Celebrating 100 Years Of Bernstein With Gianandrea Noseda

Monday, November 27, 2017

Nina Totenberg speaks with the new musical director of The National Symphony Orchestra, as the ensemble gears up to mark the centennial of Leonard Bernstein.

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As Mueller Picks Up Pace, Capital Roils With Talk Of Pardons And Firing

Friday, November 03, 2017

Indictments and a plea agreement in Robert Mueller's investigation have led to reports that the president is considering firing him or disarming him by pardoning the targets of the investigation.

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Harvard At 200: Justices Look Back On Their Law School Days — And Beyond

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

One out of six U.S. Supreme Court justices attended Harvard Law. As the school celebrates its 200th anniversary, six of those justices attended a panel where they remembered their time as students.

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Supreme Court Case Asks: How Much Do Partygoers Need To Know About The Party House?

Saturday, October 07, 2017

Supreme Court justices this week looked at whether police can arrest people who they mistakenly believe are trespassing.

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Partisan Gerrymandering: How Much Is Too Much?

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a gerrymandering case that could have sweeping political consequences.

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This Supreme Court Case Could Radically Reshape Politics

Tuesday, October 03, 2017

Wisconsin Republicans lost the 2012 election overall but won 60 percent of the legislative seats. They did it through extreme partisan gerrymandering. The court will weigh how far is too far.

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