Jess Bravin

Wall Street Journal

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Jess Bravin is a Supreme Court correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and author of The Terror Courts: Rough Justice at Guantanamo Bay.

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The Trump Justice Department has filed a "friend of the court brief" on behalf of a baker in Colorado who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, arguing that he was…

DOJ says 'cake artistry' trumps anti-discrimination laws

The Trump Justice Department has filed a "friend of the court brief" on behalf of a baker in Colorado who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, arguing that he was…

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All eight members of the current US Supreme Court today  rejected efforts to shift voting power  away from urban centers to rural districts with smaller populations.

SCOTUS Unanimously Upholds One Person One Vote

All eight members of the current US Supreme Court today rejected efforts to shift voting power away from urban centers to rural districts with smaller populations.

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The US Supreme Court is set to make a blockbuster ruling in the midst of this year's presidential campaign.

SCOTUS Will Review Obama Immigration Plan

The US Supreme Court is set to make a blockbuster ruling in the midst of this year's presidential campaign.

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