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At the Associated Press, Mark Sherman reports that the Supreme Court “is making new legal filings available online starting [today], years behind the rest of the federal court system.” For The Washington Post, Robert Barnes reports that the court “is developing its own online system,...

The Supreme Court’s November sitting might be finished, but we’re still going. Ian returns to wrap up by recapping last week’s arguments with Dan. But first, there’s the matter of a very unusual certiorari petition that the Department of Justice filed in a hot-button case...

We expect orders from the November 9 conference on Monday at 9:30 a.m. The justices will meet next for their November 21 conference. The calendar for the December sitting, which begins on November 27, is available on the Supreme Court’s website. The post This week at...

A waiter garnishes plates of sardines at the Cova Fumada restaurant in Barcelona, Spain. (Angel Garcia/Bloomberg) Something I just learned: “sardonic” and “sardine” are etymologically related. “Sardine,” unsurprisingly, appears to be related to the island of Sardinia, near which sardines were often fished. (The Oxford English...