In a 5-to-3 ruling, the Supreme Court blocks the use of curbside or ‘drive-up’ voting in Alabama.
After a state election official banned the practice, a federal trial judge allowed, but did not require, counties to offer it in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Uttarakhand govt to provide legal aid to parents of gang-rape, murder victim
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Supreme Court seeks Centre's response on plea to fix rate of RT-PCR test for COVID-19 at Rs.400A three-judge bench of the SC, headed by CJI SA Bobde, asked the Union of India to file its response on the petition filed by advocate Ajay Agrawal.
How Giuliani's tactics derailed Trump's dreams of the Supreme Court saving himThe Trump legal follies continue unabated, down a team member who managed to actually become too unhinged for the Giuliani team. (Amazing but true.) Because, as..
SC raps Gujarat, asks Delhi to tighten beltWorried over possible worsening of the Covid-19 situation after the festive season and onset of winter, the Supreme Court on Monday asked all states to submit..
Words of Gratitude From AlabamaThe New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.
Northwestern makes major move forward as Alabama stays No. 1 in Amway Coaches PollAlabama remained No. 1 in the latest Amway Coaches Poll, while Northwestern took the biggest leap forward after beating Wisconsin.
Terminally ill Alabama man calls police to confess to 1995 cold-case killingThe days without an arrest turned into months and then years after someone killed Christopher Alvin Dailey in 1995. While never closed, the case went cold..
Republicans on track to keep U.S. Senate majority
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