U.K. Woman Who Joined ISIS in Syria Asks High Court to Let Her Return HomeShamima Begum, who traveled to Syria in 2015 as a teenager and remains in detention there, is challenging a decision by the British authorities to revoke her citizenship. The Affordable Care Act Faces Another Supreme Court TestThough the court’s conservative majority has been bolstered by three Trump appointees, the law’s challengers will face headwinds. Harvard wins appeal on race but the battle is far from overHarvard University can continue to consider race in its admissions decisions, after a federal appeals court ruled that it isn’t intentionally discriminatin Republicans break with Trump over push to halt vote countSome Republicans are breaking with President Donald Trump as he attempts to falsely declare victory in the presidential race and halt vote counting in Pennsylvania and other states as his reelection hangs in the balance US election update: Trump sues and Kanye concedes - Voice OnlineDESPITE POLLS closing almost two days ago, the 2020 US elections are still unravelling. The Trump campaign has gone so far as to file a lawsuit in Michigan to stop counting because it alleged their representatives have been denied "meaningful access" to o The Supreme Court Could Save Obamacare Again—This Time for GoodEven Amy Coney Barrett joining the bench might not doom the Affordable Care Act as it faces a third challenge before the nation’s highest court. John Roberts appears unimpressed by the latest case, California v. Texas, and likely has the votes behind hi Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as Supreme Court justiceAmy Coney Barrett was confirmed as the ninth member of the Supreme Court last night, tilting the balance of America’s most powerful judicial body further to the right barely more than a week before Supreme Court continues capital punishment trend, with Barrett on the benchThe newest justice takes part for first time as the court allowed the latest execution of a federal prisoner. Riot police deployed as Polish pro-abortion protest enters seventh dayNGOs have condemned the use of riot police officers and the military and accused law enforcement of using excessive force against peaceful protesters. Republican state AGs ask U.S. Supreme Court to hear mail-in ballot disputeA group of Republican attorneys general on Monday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a case challenging a lower court ruling that extended Pennsylvania's deadline to receive mail-in ballots.