The court will hear arguments on Nov. 1 on whether the Justice Department and abortion providers can sue Texas at all.
Republican Lawmakers Are Pressing Ahead With Anti-Abortion Laws, With Or Without The Supreme Court’s Help
A fight over Georgia’s six-week ban shows what state-level anti-abortion efforts could look like depending on whatever the Supreme Court does next.
Hundreds Of Athletes Have Signed Onto A Brief Calling For The Supreme Court To Protect Abortion Rights
"To have any of that autonomy taken away, to have someone else make decisions for my body and my career, is to take away my life’s pursuit," one Olympic soccer player said.
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Under normal circumstances, the justice's death would be a time to consider her legacy. Instead, we’re bracing for the next worst thing.
These People Are Telling Their Abortion Stories As The Supreme Court Prepares To Hear Its Biggest Reproductive Rights Case In Decades
More than 6,600 people signed their names to a new brief supporting abortion rights: “I hope the justices read every single one of them.”
Christine Blasey Ford may have proven herself — to a handful of senators and millions of Americans watching — to be a credible witness to her own trauma. But through no fault of her own, she has also reinforced the incredibly high bar of believability.
A new wave of #MeToo’d men resurfacing, alongside blowback against women who report abuse, doesn’t mean the movement is failing. It means change is happening.
It usually takes the Supreme Court months to rule in a case. But there’s a back door, and it’s getting a lot of use.
Abortion providers said they were complying with Texas’s 6-week abortion ban once it took effect Wednesday, citing the risk of an endless stream of civil claims.
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“It creates all these hurdles that people have to jump over just to access basic, essential time-sensitive healthcare," one advocate said.
A 6-Week Abortion Ban Is Taking Effect In Texas And Upending Decades Of Protections For Abortion Rights
The law, which bans abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy and empowers private citizens to sue to enforce it, went into effect Wednesday in a monumental shift on abortion rights.
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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.