The Department of Health and Human Services affirmed that federal laws forbidding sex discrimination in health care also protect gay and transgender people.
The justices will review a lower-court ruling that upheld New York’s restrictive gun permit law.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) delivered a whopper with the claim that Republicans never rigged the courts when they controlled the White House and the Senate. (Correction: An earlier version said that Ted Cruz lied about court packing, but the dishonesty lies in the claim that Republicans never "rigged the game." Republicans blocked Obama nominees from Senate confirmation in his final years in office, and displayed a blatant double standard in blocking Merrick Garland's Supreme Court nomination in 2016 but quickly confirming Amy Coney Barrett in 2020.)
The Texas senator's latest attempt at revisionist history didn't go well.
The court’s conservatives said there is no need to prove a minor who commits murder is “permanently incorrigible” in order to sentence them to life in prison without parole.
The Colorado congresswoman apparently thinks adding more Supreme Court justices is terrorism — but not storming the U.S. Capitol to change an election.
The legislation, which would expand the size of the court from nine to 13 seats, is a symbolic win for progressives but not likely to advance.
Virginia’s highest court ruled Thursday that the city can take down two statues of Confederate generals, including one of Robert E. Lee.
President Donald Trump made more than 200 judicial appointments during his single term in office.
A Supreme Court decision on a Jim Crow law could entitle hundreds of prisoners in Louisiana to seek relief.