The U.S. Supreme Court postponed a two-week argument session that had been set to start next week, making a highly unusual calendar change as the coronavirus outbreak spreads across the country.
It’s the first time in decades, and perhaps a century, that the court has canceled a courtroom session because of a public-health scare.
The court had been set to hear arguments in 11 cases during the weeks of March 23 and March 30. Those cases include an $8 billion copyright
The court was also ...