The U.S. Supreme Court granted temporary relief on Mondayto pastors who sued California over the state's coronavirus restrictions.
The Biden administration is telling the Supreme Court it believes the Affordable Care Act (ACA) -- or ObamaCare -- is constitutional, a reversal of the Trump Justice Department position.
President Biden will get another opportunity to make a key judicial appointment on what is considered the second most important federal court.
The Supreme Court sided Thursday with a New Mexico woman who was shot by police as she attempted to flee in her vehicle.
The justices heard 95-minutes of oral arguments over whether the NCAA – inter-collegiate sports' main governing body – is using its anti-trust protections to illegally cap non-cash “education-based benefits” for student-athletes.
The issue of gun rights is back at the Supreme Court, as the justices prepare Wednesday to hear oral arguments in a case that could allow more Americans the right to carry pistols in public spaces.
The Supreme Court announced in a brief order Wednesday it will hear a case over whether Republicans lawmakers in North Carolina can intervene to defend the state's voter ID law from lawsuits.
The father of a 4-year-old autistic boy is asking the Supreme Court for emergency action to block the Biden administration’s federal transportation mask mandate.
The legal team for former President Donald Trump has asked the Supreme Court to block the release of certain records to the House of Representatives' Jan. 6 committee.
Chief Justice John Roberts asserted the independence of the federal courts from what he called "inappropriate political influence."
The Supreme Court will hold a high-stakes public session Friday to decide whether the U.S. government can begin enforcing sweeping COVID-19 vaccine requirements.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring at the end of the current term later this summer. Who could President Biden nominate to take his place?
Alabama has sent a request to the Supreme Court asking for a delay in a lower court order to proceed with drawing new congressional maps ahead of the 2022 election.
The Supreme Court has decided it does not need to get involved for now in a dispute over a school vaccine mandate in San Diego, California.
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