Court Watch with Alex Swoyer
The 'Court Watch' podcast with Washington Times legal affairs reporter Alex Swoyer breaks down the Supreme Court's major cases and top news stories about the justices, federal courts and perplexing legal battles with key insight from court watchers from both sides of the aisle.
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Jeanine Pirro releases book critical of left's legal actions, says 'Lady Justice is not blind'
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro said the Supreme Court's inability to identify who leaked the draft opinion last year was a "self-imposed injury" that has led to a loss in public confidence in the institution.
Supreme Court sides with elderly woman who lost condo to Minnesota county
The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in favor of a 94-year-old woman who challenged a Minnesota county that seized and sold her condo to pay off her tax debt and then kept a $25,000 profit.
Supreme Court disapproval rating hits all-time high in new Quinnipiac poll
The Supreme Court this week received its highest disapproval rating in a Quinnipiac University survey since 2004, the year Quinnipiac began polling voters about the high court.
Chief Justice John Roberts says putting fence around Supreme Court was 'hardest decision'
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. says the hardest decision he has made in his nearly two decades on the Supreme Court was putting up a fence around the court last year amid protests over the justices rolling back national abortion rights.
Harlan Crow rebuffs Senate Democrats' request for information about gifts to Justice Thomas
Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin vowed to get information from GOP mega-donor Harlan Crow over his gifts and relationship with Justice Clarence Thomas after a law firm representing Mr. Crow rejected the committee's inquiries about his businesses.
Supreme Court allows assault weapon ban in Illinois -- for now
The Supreme Court on Wednesday let Illinois ban the sale of semiautomatic weapons and large-capacity magazines -- at least for now.