Supreme Court

Politics
The 20 million people who stand to lose their health coverage will have to keep waiting to find out.
Politics
A Montana education program at the center of a Supreme Court case was filled with anti-LGBTQ schools.
Crime
John Gardner is the first inmate put to death this year in Texas, the nation’s busiest capital punishment state.
U.S. News
Chief Justice John Roberts casually cited the retort during argument in an age discrimination case.
Crime
Carter had defended that text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself were protected by the First Amendment.
Politics
The court handed Democrats who had fought the move a victory in the battleground state.
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The nation's highest court refused to take up a challenge to a city ordinance in New Hampshire prohibiting women from appearing topless in public.
Politics
He called the impeachment, an action written into the Constitution, unconstitutional.
Politics
The president's personal lawyer argued the Supreme Court should rule Trump's impeachment as "unconstitutional." His case was swiftly dismantled.
Politics
The 86-year-old Supreme Court justice has beaten the disease four times since her appointment and remains as resilient as ever.
Politics
Whether the court agrees is a question of law -- and what risks the liberal-leaning justices are willing to take.
Politics
The brief is in response to June Medical Services v. Gee, a Louisiana abortion case the Supreme Court is set to hear soon.
Politics
The chief justice of the Supreme Court has spoken out just a handful of times to defend democratic principles in the Trump era.
Politics
All the 2020 Democrats are pushing toward universal coverage, while Trump and his judicial allies are pushing in the opposite direction
Politics
It's a win for Republicans trying to destroy the Affordable Care Act and sure to prompt an appeal to the Supreme Court.
Politics
U.S. cities have struggled over the years with how to address the issue of homelessness.
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The 5th Circuit Court said the ban is unconstitutional because a fetus would not be viable at 15 weeks.
Politics
The conservative movement has used Trump’s scandals to advance a radical theory of power.
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The justices ruled against the Trump administration, which had asked the court to throw out an injunction temporarily halting the executions of four men on death row.