Supreme Court unexpectedly upholds provision prohibiting racial gerrymandering
The Supreme Court has ruled against Alabama's defense of an electoral map drawn by the state's Republican-dominated legislature. Black voters had challenged the law as racially discriminatory.
Supreme Court justices, minus Thomas, and Alito, file financial disclosure reports
Justice Clarence Thomas' disclosure form had been eagerly awaited in the wake of news reports that he accepted luxury trips worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from GOP megadonor Harlan Crow.
Supreme Court vetoes efforts to limit anti-fraud law aimed at government contractors
The cases involve allegations that major retail pharmacies knowingly overcharged Medicaid and Medicare by overstating what their "usual and customary prices" are.
Supreme Court will hear a subpoena case that — surprise — Trump and Biden agree on
The case dates back to then-citizen Trump's 2013 agreement with the GSA to lease the Old Post Office Building in Washington for conversion into the Trump International Hotel.
Dueling narratives at the Senate hearing on the Supreme Court
Democrats' avowed purpose was to get the Supreme Court to write a code of conduct for itself, or in the absence of that, for Congress to write one. The Republicans avowed purpose was quite different.
Senators hear testimony on Supreme Court ethics
There are, however, no witnesses presenting the central players in the current drama over high court ethics — no member of the court.
Chief Justice Roberts declines Senate invite to testify on Supreme Court ethics
Chief Justice John Roberts released a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin declining his invitation to testify about the ethical standards maintained by the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court blocks lower court decision in case on FDA approval of abortion pill
The Supreme Court has left the case in the hands of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which has scheduled oral arguments in the case for May 17.
Supreme Court conservatives seem divided in major religion case
The justices heard arguments Tuesday in a case about how far employers must go to accommodate the religious views of their employees.
Supreme Court won't enforce West Virginia law banning trans athletes from girls' teams
The state's law was challenged by a 12-year-old transgender girl named Becky Pepper-Jackson, who has lived as a girl since fourth grade, according to court papers.