Tag: <span>U.S. Supreme Court</span>

Title 42 Remains, For Now: How We Got Here and What’s Next

The Supreme Court said Dec. 27 that Title 42 — a set of federal orders elaborated to quickly expel migrants at the border for public health reasons — will remain […] Read More >

Obama Sets Stage For Supreme Court Battle on Immigration

Top Story — On Tuesday, the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama announced it will appeal a Monday ruling made by a federal appeals court that jeopardized the administration’s plan […] Read More >

Arizona: Jan Brewer Orders Redistribution of SB 1070 Training Video

Top Story — Anticipating that the U.S. Supreme Court will uphold the bulk of SB 1070, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has asked to redistribute a training video originally sent to law enforcement across […] Read More >

Arizona Officials Encouraged As Supreme Court Reviews Immigration Law

Arizona officials, including Gov. Jan Brewer, emerged from the courtroom encouraged by the justices’ statements, though Brewer had an uncomfortable encounter with the crowd of protesters outside. Read More >

Peru Tries to Block Spain’s Claim On Shipwrecked Treasure

Today in Latin America Top Story — The Peruvian government on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block Spain from receiving a shipment of valuable coins discovered in a Spanish […] Read More >