Supreme Court

The state's only abortion clinic hopped across the state line to Minnesota over the summer, while the lawsuit proceeds.
On the 58th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the president spoke of the continued fight for voting protections despite a lack of visible progress.
Questions about the fairness of Biden’s plan underscore the big problems with conservatives’ new favorite doctrine.
The court is asking for new briefs after the North Carolina Supreme Court granted a rehearing in the underlying case.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Attorney General Merrick Garland got into it over protests at the homes of Supreme Court justices.
“I’m confident we’re on the right side of the law,” the president said. “I’m not confident about the outcome of the decision yet.”
The Texas Republican pressed the attorney general on the DOJ's response to demonstrations in the wake of the leaked draft opinion on axing Roe v. Wade.
If two Republican-appointed justices find that the plaintiffs have no standing to sue, student loan relief for 40 million Americans might yet survive.
The conservative majority will determine the future of the regulator long hated by big business.
A technical debate may decide whether more than 40 million Americans receive up to $20,000 in student-loan debt relief.