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Kennedy favors civilian courts in terrorism cases

Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy said Thursday that most terrorism cases should be tried in civilian courts.Full story

Justices ban life terms in some teen cases

Court rules out some life sentences for juveniles

Justice questions way court nominees are grilled

Kennedy's clout could grow on high court

Justice Anthony Kennedy, who already decides whether liberals or conservatives win the Supreme Court's most closely contested cases, is about to take on an even more influential behind-the-scenes role with the retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens. Full story

Court rules against inventors in patent case

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a ruling refusing to give a patent for a business method, but also criticized the prevailing standard for deciding whether to allow such patents. Full story

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US Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy speaks with US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during a reception in honor of Designated Supreme Court justice Elena Kagan August 6, 2010, in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. Kagan has become only the fourth woman to win confirm