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US Supreme court sides with Facebook in a lawsuit over unwanted text notifications
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US Supreme court sides with Facebook in a lawsuit over unwanted text notifications

A US man filed a case against Facebook after he received notifications of an attempted login to his account even though he never had an accounts.

US Supreme Court refuses to halt turnover of Donald Trump's tax records to New York prosecutors
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US Supreme Court refuses to halt turnover of Donald Trump's tax records to New York prosecutors

The nation's highest court delivered a blow to the ex-president, who has been waging a protracted legal battle to prevent his tax records from being handed over to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance

Donald Trump's impact on US Supreme Court could reverberate in American politics for a generation
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Donald Trump's impact on US Supreme Court could reverberate in American politics for a generation

Trump will go down in history as the Republican president who fulfilled his party’s perhaps greatest agenda, one that was thirty years in the making

Donald Trump says he will 'fight like hell' to hold on to presidency, urges Republican lawmakers to reverse election loss
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Donald Trump says he will 'fight like hell' to hold on to presidency, urges Republican lawmakers to reverse election loss

Electoral voters won by President-elect Joe Biden are 'not gonna take this White House!' Trump proclaimed as supporters cheered at an outdoor rally in Georgia on Monday night

US Supreme Court rejects Texas suit seeking to subvert Biden's victory; 'we’re not finished,' says Trump team
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US Supreme Court rejects Texas suit seeking to subvert Biden's victory; 'we’re not finished,' says Trump team

Texas’ lawsuit, filed directly in the Supreme Court, challenged election procedures in four states: Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

Flaws in US census count jeopardise Trump's plan to exclude illegal immigrants from congressional reapportionment
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Flaws in US census count jeopardise Trump's plan to exclude illegal immigrants from congressional reapportionment

The move, unprecedented in American history, would produce an older, whiter, more rural population base for reallocating House seats that would mostly benefit Republicans, analysts say

Trump administration wages last major Supreme Court fight to exclude undocumented immigrants from census
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Trump administration wages last major Supreme Court fight to exclude undocumented immigrants from census

If the outgoing president's plan goes forward, states with large numbers of undocumented immigrants could see their influence reduced in the US House of Representatives

Coronavirus Outbreak: US Supreme Court bars New York from imposing restrictions on places of worship
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Coronavirus Outbreak: US Supreme Court bars New York from imposing restrictions on places of worship

The unsigned ruling is one of the first since the appointment of Justice Amy Coney Barrett tipped the court's balance even heavier in favour of the conservatives

US election 2020 shows that the American electoral college system is stupid and immoral
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US election 2020 shows that the American electoral college system is stupid and immoral

It's because the outcome of the US presidential election depends on results in individual states — and because those results are much narrower than the national tally — that Trump can claim there is a path to reversing the outcome, however ridiculous that claim is

US president-elect Joe Biden vows 'to get right to work' even as Trump reiterates claims of election fraud
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US president-elect Joe Biden vows 'to get right to work' even as Trump reiterates claims of election fraud

Election officials from both political parties have stated publicly that the election went well, and international observers have confirmed there were no serious irregularities

US Election 2020: Joe Biden eases ahead in Georgia; Donald Trump attacks election process
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US Election 2020: Joe Biden eases ahead in Georgia; Donald Trump attacks election process

Though millions of ballots are yet to be tabulated, Democrat Joe Biden already has received more than 73 million votes, the most in history

Donald Trump denies reports about declaring premature victory, hints at challenging vote count
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Donald Trump denies reports about declaring premature victory, hints at challenging vote count

Trump also criticised Supreme Court's rulings that allowed for Pennsylvania and North Carolina to count absentee ballots that are postmarked before Election Day but arrive shortly after Tuesday

Bigly Yuge: New US Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett will deliver judgments in tongues
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Bigly Yuge: New US Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett will deliver judgments in tongues

As next week's US election approaches, Indian author Avirook Sen will send despatches from Texas as part of a multi-part satirical series that seeks to probe the assertion that Donald Trump has killed satire

Amy Barrett sworn in as US Supreme Court's ninth justice as issues important to Trump await
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Amy Barrett sworn in as US Supreme Court's ninth justice as issues important to Trump await

The court is weighing a plea from President Donald Trump to prevent the Manhattan district attorney from acquiring his tax returns. It is also considering appeals from the Trump campaign and Republicans to shorten the deadline for receiving and counting absentee ballots

Donald Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg at US Supreme Court
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Donald Trump nominates Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg at US Supreme Court

With Judge Barrett, Trump has nominated three judges on the nine-member bench of the United States' Supreme Court

Donald Trump expected to appoint federal judge Amy Coney Barrett as Ginsburg's replacement in US Supreme Court
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Donald Trump expected to appoint federal judge Amy Coney Barrett as Ginsburg's replacement in US Supreme Court

The president’s political advisers hope Barrett's selection will energise his conservative political base during an election campaign in which he has been trailing Joe Biden

Joe Biden calls Donald Trump's push to replace seat left vacant by Ginsburg's death an 'abuse of power'
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Joe Biden calls Donald Trump's push to replace seat left vacant by Ginsburg's death an 'abuse of power'

The US president on Saturday had said that he is going to 'move quickly' and that he expected to announce his nominee in the coming week and that it 'will be a woman'

How Ruth Bader Ginsburg, second woman to serve on US Supreme Court, became an unlikely cultural icon
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How Ruth Bader Ginsburg, second woman to serve on US Supreme Court, became an unlikely cultural icon

Ginsburg's late-life rock stardom could not remotely have been predicted in June 1993, when President Bill Clinton nominated her to the Supreme Court

Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at 87: US Supreme Court judge and champion of women's rights dies of pancreatic cancer
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at 87: US Supreme Court judge and champion of women's rights dies of pancreatic cancer

Ginsburg became the court's second female justice and a liberal icon for her sharp questioning of witnesses and intellectually rigorous defenses of civil liberties and equal protections under the law

White House asks Supreme Court to let Donald Trump block critics on personal Twitter account
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White House asks Supreme Court to let Donald Trump block critics on personal Twitter account

A decision about whether the Supreme Court will hear the case is not likely before the presidential election in November