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A spacewalking astronaut freed a snagged cable on the inspection boom for Space Shuttle Atlantis on Wednesday, accomplishing the job in a matter of minutes and earning a "superhero" title.
CHICAGO | Former Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich's attorneys said Tuesday they are so determined to delay the start of his corruption trial that they will go to the Supreme Court if they can't get a postponement elsewhere.
A California legislative committee has advanced a bill seeking a two-year moratorium on the use of metal bats in high school baseball.
Casting a wary eye on affirmative action, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that white firefighters faced unlawful discrimination when their city threw out a promotion test after not enough minorities did well on it.
In a major reverse-discrimination case, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that white New Haven, Conn., firefighters were discriminated against when the city threw out a promotion test because not enough minorities did well on it.
To those who followed Judge Sonia Sotomayor through her 1991 and 1997 appearances before the Senate Judiciary Committee, she did not appear very controversial, nor even particularly a judicial activist.
With Judge Sonia Sotomayor already facing questions over her 60 percent reversal rate, the Supreme Court could dump another problem into her lap next month if, as many legal analysts predict, the court overturns one of her rulings upholding a race-based employment decision.
President Obama named his first judicial nomination Tuesday, tapping a federal district judge from Indiana to serve on a Midwest federal appeals court and making good on his goal of working with senators to find consensus picks.
A federal appeals court ruled that South Dakota can begin enforcing a law requiring doctors to tell women seeking abortions that the procedure ends a human life.