Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson issued a lone dissent on an abortion case stemming from a lawsuit in Missouri involving a pregnant teenager.
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CNN’s Jessica Schneider drove home the seriousness of a ruling she says is “a big blow to Trump” and a “big boost” to criminal prosecutors trying to nail him.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that the Department of Justice was not just after former President Donald Trump, but also those who voted for him.
Georgetown University executive faculty recently approved a new “Pathway to Social Justice” requirement that includes discussions on the school’s history with racism.
Andrew Weissmann said if recent news reports are accurate, former President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice.
ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke with Otieno’s brother Leon Ochieng and attorney Ben Crump on seeking justice after the video of his death was released and their concerns about the investigation.
Seven Virigina deputies and two hospital workers are facing murder charges in the death of 28-year-old Irvo Otieno. New surveillance video shows the moments leading up to his death. CBS News Chief National Affairs and Justice Correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBS News to discuss.
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson dissented in a case involving abortion, explaining that she thought her fellow justices handled the matter improperly.
Formal indictments have been issued for 10 people charged in the death of Irvo Otieno. CBS News chief national affairs and justice correspondent Jeff Pegues joins Lana Zak and Lilia Luciano with more on the indictments. He also reacts to newly-released footage of what occurred leading up to his death.
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Department of Justice investigators are looking into an incident that led to the death of a woman and hospitalization of a man in northern Wisconsin.
Over 1,000 people helped raise 22,129 pounds (approximately $27,000) for Eleanor Williams legal justice fund