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Baby Veronica case comes back to Charleston family court

More than a month after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a South Carolina decision placing baby Veronica with her biological father, the path to finalize the adoption could begin as soon as Wednesday but new developments indicate what could be the beginning of an ugly custody battle.Full story

Father asks high court to block SC adoption ruling

The birth father of a girl of Cherokee heritage asked the Supreme Court Friday to stop a state-court ordered handover of his daughter to adoptive parents. Full story

Veronica's birth mother suing government over ICWA

The biological mother of a girl at the center of a South Carolina adoption dispute has sued the federal government over a law governing the placement of Indian children. Full story

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South Carolina Supreme Court denies new hearing in Veronica adoption case

Attorneys comment on whether baby Veronica should get another hearing in SC

Cherokee Nation files petition for rehearing in Veronica case

Biological father of Veronica files for adoption in Oklahoma

Baby Veronica's home still under debate

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Melanie and Matt Capobianco embrace after talking to reporters near Charleston
Melanie and Matt Capobianco embrace after talking to reporters near Charleston

Melanie and Matt Capobianco embrace after talking to reporters in their suburban neighborhood near Charleston, South Carolina June 25, 2013. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a child custody case that 3 1/2 year-old Veronica, being raised by her biological father, should not have been taken from the

Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters in Charleston
Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters in Charleston

REFILE - CORRECTING LOCATION IN FIRST SENTENCEMelanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters in their suburban neighborhood near Charleston, South Carolina June 25, 2013. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a child custody case that 3 1/2 year-old Veronica, being raised by her biological father, shoul

Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters near Charleston
Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters near Charleston

Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters in their suburban neighborhood near Charleston, South Carolina June 25, 2013. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in a child custody case that 3 1/2 year-old Veronica, being raised by her biological father, should not have been taken from the couple who had ca