Supreme Court

The federal policy has prevented the deportation of hundreds of thousands of "Dreamers," immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.
The abortion medicine remains available nationwide under current FDA regulations.
He called a request from a group of Senate Democrats “unsound,” despite having sat for hours for op-ed articles in The Wall Street Journal.
Kavanaugh has told attendees at a judicial conference that addressing recent ethics concerns can increase public confidence in the institution.
The Texas Supreme Court has denied Jones' attempt to stop the case involving a woman who has accused him of forcibly kissing her in 2018.
The Democratic senator slammed Alito for comments he made in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece earlier this year casting doubt on Congress's authority.
A federal three-judge panel blocked lawmakers' hastily created congressional map, ordering a special master to draw new lines for the state.
The 14th Amendment bans insurrectionists from seeking office, and the question of whether Trump can even be on the ballot is likely headed to the high court.
State Attorney General Steve Marshall argues he can prosecute anyone in Alabama who helps provide out-of-state abortion aid.
The U.S. Supreme Court justice argued that he had to fly private out of concern for his personal security amid the decimation of Roe v. Wade.