In a 6–3 decision, the court upheld Arizona voting laws that the challengers argued discriminated against Native American, Latino, and Black voters.
The moratorium, which has protected renters during the coronavirus pandemic, is currently set to expire at the end of July.
A cheerleader originally sued her high school when it kicked her off the team for posting "fuck cheer" on Snapchat.
While the NCAA can still restrict cash payments to players, the organization can no longer limit education-related benefits schools can give to them.
Trump Wanted The Justice Department To Copy Texas's Failed Election Case But Add More Conspiracy Theories
House Democrats released documents on Tuesday about efforts by Trump and White House officials to get the Justice Department to wade into postelection fights.
The court sided with a Catholic agency that wouldn’t place foster kids with same-sex couples, but rejected a request to issue a broader ruling on nondiscrimination policies.
The 7–2 decision saw justices nominated by Donald Trump join with the court's liberals.
The Supreme Court — now with a 6–3 conservative majority — will consider Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban during the next term.
The court’s conservative justices have signaled an interest in revisiting the scope of the Second Amendment.
The White House announced judicial nominees who would break barriers if confirmed.
The FBI recently did a background check for a lawyer who would be the first American Muslim federal district judge, according to a source familiar with the process.
Trump argued a case he’d filed in Wisconsin wasn’t moot even after Biden took office. The Supreme Court refused to hear it.
In a one-line order, the justices refused to pause a lower court decision that cleared the way for prosecutors to enforce a grand jury subpoena.
An anti-abortion group wants to send secretly taped conversations from abortion clinic doctors to the Supreme Court. A restraining order now bars their release.
The judges' decision to back the government on minimum income thresholds was greeted with dismay, but there was some optimism among families with children.
A new coalition wants to build momentum on the left to add seats to the Supreme Court and undo Trump’s legacy on the bench.
Trump Won't Face Legal Consequences For Holding Onto His DC Hotel And Other Business Interests While President
The Supreme Court dismissed cases accusing Trump of violating the US Constitution by refusing to divest from his businesses because he's no longer in office.
The justices denied requests by Trump and his supporters to take up a group of failed election challenges before Inauguration Day.
President Donald Trump's talk of pardons has raised a lot of questions about what he could do. But the reality is pretty clear: Presidential pardon power is expansive, with few limits established over time and courts generally siding with the president in any challenges to pardons issued.
Trump and his allies have used the courts over the past two months to push voter fraud conspiracy theories that fueled Wednesday’s assault on the Capitol.
Judges across the country are urging state officials to consider the federal courts for vaccine priority lists.
The Supreme Court Put Off Ruling On Trump’s Final Push To Use The Census To Target Undocumented Immigrants
The court’s conservative justices agreed with the administration that a legal challenge was “premature.” The liberal justices dissented.
Biden will inherit far fewer judicial vacancies than Trump did when he takes office, but liberals are pinning their hopes on a wave of Clinton-appointed judges stepping down.
The justices found that Texas lacked standing to sue other states that President-elect Joe Biden won.
These 126 House Republicans threw their support behind a Texas attempt to overturn the election results in key battleground states.
The Supreme Court Denied A Republican Challenge To Joe Biden's Pennsylvania Win In A One-Sentence Order
The one-sentence order from the justices marked the latest in the string of defeats for Trump and his supporters in Pennsylvania.
Liberal and conservative justices alike took shots at the GOP lawsuit Tuesday. Chief Justice John Roberts said it’s “not our job” to overturn the law.
The lawsuits filed by Trump’s campaign since Election Day have bolstered the president’s false claims that it’s unlawful for states to keep counting ballots after Election Day.
Trump Cannot Just “Go” To The Supreme Court To Fight Election Results. Here’s What Would Need To Happen To End Up There.
It took a month for Bush v. Gore to make its way through lower courts and reach the justices in 2000.
In his first rally of the last weekend of his reelection campaign, Trump insisted there would be “bedlam” if a winner is not decided on election night.