Weekly Roundup - March 5, 2014

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Stratosphere, Troposphere, Whatever - Looking Back at Oral Argument in Massachusetts v. EPA (2007)

The Court seemed divided along predictable lines during oral arguments in the headlining case about the powers of the Environmental Protection Agency

The death penalty is considered cruel and unusual punishment for people who are mentally retarded. But what tests decide who is mentally retarded?

Contractor employees are covered by whistleblower protections, the Supreme Court ruled this week

Last week's audio from oral argument now available on Oyez

Learn what the Court's refusal to consider three gun rights cases means - and what could be next for the Second Amendment

Court grants five cases for next Term

After last week's video incident, security is tighter at the Court this week

Following closely on the heels of the opera Scalia/Ginsburg comes a theatrical exploration of Scalia's opinions