The Supreme Court Is Delaying Arguments Again — Why Don’t They Just Do A Videoconference Like The Rest Of Us?
One group is launching an ad campaign urging the justices to hold arguments over releasing President Donald Trump’s financial records via teleconference.
The high court voted to allow the “Remain in Mexico” policy — which forces asylum-seekers to wait on the other side of the border while their US cases are reviewed — as a legal challenge continues.
The National Right To Abortion Is Facing An Intense Threat. This Group Has Been Preparing For This Fight For Decades.
The Center for Reproductive Rights will argue in the first major Supreme Court case over abortion in the Trump era, which could gut Roe v. Wade.
The Justice Department banned bump stocks after they were used in the 2017 killing of 58 people in Las Vegas.
The Supreme Court Will Consider Whether Adoption Agencies That Get Tax Money Can Turn Away Same-Sex Couples
A Catholic child welfare organization in Philadelphia wants to turn away same-sex parents while relying on public funding.
I know from personal experience that it’s already very hard to get an abortion in Louisiana. The Supreme Court could make things even worse.
The Supreme Court Is Allowing The Trump Administration To Deny Green Cards To Immigrants Who Might Use Public Benefits
The government will now be able to deny permanent residency to immigrants who officials believe are likely to use public benefits, such as food stamps and Medicaid.
The Supreme Court Won’t Hear The Case Of Michelle Carter, Who Encouraged Her Boyfriend To Kill Himself Over Text Messages
Carter's lawyers argued her conviction was “unprecedented” and violated her First Amendment right to free speech and her Fifth Amendment right to due process.
The members, including two Democrats, wrote in a brief that the national right to abortion is unworkable ahead of a major abortion rights case.
This year, the battle over abortion rights reached a fever pitch. That’s what this entire decade was building toward.
After Trump lost in lower courts, the Supreme Court is stepping in to hear his appeal in three major cases.
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Two lower courts had ordered the president’s accounting firm to hand over his financial records to the House, but the Supreme Court put that on hold while it considers the case.
LGBTQ workers at the Justice Department fear they’ll get fired, they said in a recent letter to Attorney General Bill Barr.
About 700,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children could face deportation if DACA is rescinded.
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"This will be the first time the Supreme Court is hearing any case about transgender civil rights, the first time, ever."
The Louisiana law the court will review requires abortion clinics to have hospital admitting privileges. Opponents say it could result in nearly all of the state's clinics closing.
Cabinet Ministers Are Privately Threatening A Radical Overhaul Of The Courts After The Supreme Court Brexit Judgment
Publicly, ministers are saying they respect the decision of the judges. Behind the scenes, they are threatening politically appointed judges, a written constitution, and the scrapping of the Human Rights Act.
Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer told BuzzFeed News the party would use a humble address motion to secure the advice if the attorney general refuses to release it.
The judgment is the most constitutionally significant in recent history — and a massive blow to the authority of the prime minister.
Congressional Democrats are planning to grill the FBI over its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court justice, but are not moving toward impeachment.
A new book is providing details on the investigation into Justice Brett Kavanaugh's conduct during college as well as a new allegation.
Trump made the courts a major voting issue for Republicans in 2016. Liberal legal advocacy groups and court watchdogs are divided on how to make that happen for Democrats in 2020.
Hundreds of thousands of Central Americans and others were expected to be affected by the restrictions.
The judge also ruled Missouri could enforce a ban on abortions solely based on gender, race, or Down syndrome diagnosis for now, but said he expected that ban to be struck down eventually.
"The tumor was treated definitively and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body," a spokesperson for the court said.
Trump announced in 2017 he’d wind down the program, which has provided temporary protection against deportation for more than 700,000 young, undocumented immigrants.
The Supreme Court Ruled The Trump Administration Cannot Put A Citizenship Question On The 2020 Census — For Now
Immigrant and civil rights groups warned that a citizenship question would scare off immigrant communities from participating in the decennial count.
Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the opinion for the 5–4 majority, and argued that while “excessive partisanship” in drawing voter maps can lead “to results that reasonably seem unjust,” it’s not up to the courts to fix it.