supreme court of the united states

There is no new date set for the postponed arguments.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco previously ruled the policy is likely illegal.
The state executed Nathaniel Woods, 43, after unsuccessful appeals from supporters who said Woods was innocent.
The senator said he meant there would be "political consequences" if the Supreme Court gutted abortion rights.
The chief justice issued a rare rebuke of a sitting lawmaker after the senator issued a warning as the Supreme Court considers a major abortion case.
Chief Justice John Roberts may hold the key vote.
Data shows Texas officials have quickly closed polling places in some of the most diverse, rapidly growing regions of the state.
The future of abortion rights is on the line in a Louisiana case headed to the justices.
In 2010, a Border Patrol agent fired a bullet from U.S. soil that killed a 15-year-old Mexican boy in his own country.
The president wants associate justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg to sit out any "Trump-related" cases.
The law, taking effect July 1, makes Virginia the 23rd state to ban sentencing youths to life without the possibility of parole.
"Look at this queen with her sparkly shoes," one user wrote of the Supreme Court justice's look.
Does the chief justice presiding over a trial with no witnesses contribute to “the loss of legitimacy of … the Supreme Court?” Warren asked.
Masterpiece Cakeshop's Jack Phillips, who cited religious objections in refusing to provide a gay couple's wedding cake, will release a memoir this summer.
The lawsuit makes even less sense than it did before, which is saying something.
She served less than a year behind bars after being convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself.
A Montana education program at the center of a Supreme Court case was filled with anti-LGBTQ schools.
John Gardner is the first inmate put to death this year in Texas, the nation’s busiest capital punishment state.
Chief Justice John Roberts casually cited the retort during argument in an age discrimination case.
Carter had defended that text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself were protected by the First Amendment.