Supreme Court Justices Divided Over Health Law Birth Control PlanThe Supreme Court seems deeply divided over the arrangement devised by the Obama administration to spare faith-based groups from having to pay for birth control for women covered under their health plans.
Bishop Zubik Heads To Washington, D.C. To Challenge Part Of Affordable Care ActPittsburgh Catholic Diocese Bishop David Zubik is taking the United States government to court on Wednesday.
President Nominates Judge Garland, But Republican Senate May Refuse To ActPresident Barack Obama will nominate federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
2nd Pennsylvania Justice To Resign Over Porn Email ScandalA Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice is stepping down in a widening scandal over explicit and offensive emails the he and others exchanged with friends and lawyers.
Court Won't Consider Deal For Judge In Salacious Email CaseThe ethics case against a suspended Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice over his email practices could be resolved during a hearing in Pittsburgh.
Corbett Weighs In On Supreme Court Justice Nominee ProcessTom Corbett weighs in on the Supreme Court Justice nomination process and current cases they had.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane Declines To Run For A Second TermThe first woman and first Democrat elected Attorney General of Pennsylvania says this term is her last.
Supreme Court Justice's Death Sparks Political FightJustice Antonin Scalia's death immediately sparked a new and heated election-year fight over whether President Barack Obama should fill the high court vacancy
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Found Dead Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was reportedly found dead Saturday morning in Texas.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Survives Vote To Remove Her From OfficePennsylvania senators debated Wednesday whether to remove from office the state's attorney general because her law license is suspended while she defends herself against criminal charges.
Defense Asks To Take Fatal 1995 Arson Case To State's High CourtLawyers for a man accused in the arson deaths of three Pittsburgh firefighters two decades ago are seeking to have the state's highest court handle the case.
Lawyers Due At Hearing In Justice's Bawdy Emails CaseLawyers for a suspended state Supreme Court justice and the agency that prosecutes judicial misconduct allegations are due in a Harrisburg courtroom.

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