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Visiting the U.S. Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC
The U.S. Supreme Court is an interesting place to visit and many people do not realize that it is open to the public. The Court was originally located in the Capitol  ...
Supreme Court - US Supreme Court Basics
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States. It is also the head of one of the three main branches of government: the judicial branch. (The other ...
US Supreme Court Building by Cass Gilbert - Architecture - About.com
The Supreme Court had no permanent home until Cass Gilbert's building was completed in 1935—a full 146 years after the Court was established by the 1789  ...
Current U.S. Supreme Court Justices
Current Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. ... Our Expert Recommends. Readers Respond · Brief History of the Supreme Court. Ads. &ensp. &ensp ...
Oaths of Office For Federal Officials - Supreme Court
Details the oath of office for members of the Supreme Court.
A Brief History of the US Supreme Court - US Government Info
Other than establishing it, Article III of the U.S. Constitution spells out neither the specific duties, powers nor organization of the Supreme Court. "[t]he judicial ...
Supreme Court Decisions on Religious Liberty - Agnosticism / Atheism
A wide variety of United States Supreme Court Decisions on Religious Freedom and Liberty, with summaries and analysis.
How many justices should there be on the U.S. Supreme Court?
From the article: Current Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. Since 1869, the Supreme Court has been comprised of 9 Justices. Is 9 too many, too few or just ...
Roth v. United States (1957) - Supreme Court Decision
Voting 5-4, the Supreme Court decided that 'obscene' material has no protection under the First Amendment because freedom of expression does not provide ...
Key Supreme Court Cases and the Fourteenth Amendment
Learn about the key Supreme Court cases in which the fourteenth amendment was used to extend aspects of the Bill of Rights to the states.
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