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Justices split over question of federal court review in immigration cases

 at 12:24 p.m.

Under Monday’s ruling in Patel v. Garland, noncitizens seeking certain forms of discretionary relief under immigration law may be left with no judicial review when the government denies their claims.

supreme court building with large security fence erected in front of steps

A new security fence flanks the Supreme Court this month. (Phil Pasquini via Shutterstock)



Court sides with Ted Cruz and strikes down campaign-finance restriction

 at 1:51 p.m.

In a 6-3 decision along ideological lines, the court ruled that a federal limit on how and when candidates can recoup loans that they make to their own campaigns unconstitutionally burdens political speech.


Allegations of racial bias in a death penalty trial

 at 9:39 a.m.

A regular round-up of “relisted” petitions. This week: one new relist in a claim from a Black prisoner who argues that three white jurors were racist.


Tech industry asks court to block Texas law that targets social media companies

 at 8:34 p.m.

Two trade groups want the justices to stop Texas from implementing a law that would curtail the ability of tech companies to control what is said on their platforms.


Justices grant review in two cases that test jurisdiction of district courts

 at 1:59 p.m.

In addition to taking up a pair of new cases, the court also called for the views of the federal government in two others.