An evenly divided U.S. Supreme Court allowed a three-day extension for the receipt of mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania, giving Democrats a boost in a state that could determine the presidential election.
A recent consolidation of skiers’ lawsuits against their cancellation protection insurers portends how such complex groupings could remain a viable solution for thousands of other pandemic-related cases.
The U.S. Supreme Court has to decide whether to give the federal government another shot at greenlighting Medicaid work rules that opponents say will be disastrous for low-income people already struggling during the pandemic.
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President Trump issued an executive order aimed at narrowing liability protections for Twitter, Facebook, and other tech giants. Here's everything you need to know about Section 230, the law that provides those protections.
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