The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to postpone oral arguments in a case concerning grand jury material redacted from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russia.
The Supreme Court is leaving in place for now a Pennsylvania state Supreme Court decision that allowed the counting of ballots received up to three days after the election, even if there is no legible postmark.
A new petition filed with the Supreme Court late Tuesday highlights the impact that Justice Amy Coney Barrett could play, not only as her vote applies to current voting disputes but any post-election challenges over procedures like ballot counting.
A divided Supreme Court said Monday that mail-in ballots in Wisconsin could be counted only if they are received by Election Day.
Two years ago, after a Supreme Court nomination divided the country, Chief Justice John Roberts recognized the need for repair and asserted judicial independence.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up an effort by South Carolina’s Republican leadership to cut funding to Planned Parenthood by excluding abortion clinics from the state’s Medicaid program.
The Supreme Court won’t revive a lawsuit by Democratic members of Congress who argued that President Donald Trump has been violating the Foreign Emoluments Clause of the Constitution, which bans foreign payments to a sitting US president.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett failed to disclose two talks she gave in 2013 hosted by two anti-abortion student groups on paperwork provided to the Senate ahead of her confirmation hearing to become the next Supreme Court justice.
While Wednesday’s vice presidential debate differed in many ways from last week’s presidential debate, both saw a key issue come up, outside the bounds of the slated topics: the future of abortion rights, as linked to nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s potential role on the Supreme Court.
The Trump administration has asked the Supreme Court to intervene and allow it to wrap up the 2020 census by blocking a lower court opinion requiring the count to continue until the end of October.
The Supreme Court returned to the controversial issue of religious freedom on Tuesday in a case concerning three Muslim men who are seeking to sue FBI special agents for damages under a federal law meant to protect religious liberty.
Vulnerable Republican senators split over a bill to protect those with pre-existing conditions from a Trump administration lawsuit before the Supreme Court next month, underscoring the political potency of the issue as the country begins voting.
Bread in Subway’s hot sandwiches contains too much sugar to meet Ireland’s legal definition for bread, the country’s Supreme Court has ruled.
Nearly six in 10 Americans say that the president elected in November should be the one to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
Former Gov. John Hickenlooper attacked Sen. Cory Gardner in a new ad released Wednesday, charging that the Colorado Republican is “ready to rush through a Supreme Court justice at lightning speed” rather than address a host of other issues.
We won’t even know who President Donald Trump’s pick to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court will be until late this week, but we know now for (almost) certain that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) has the votes to confirm the pick to the court.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday said she would not leverage a government shut down in order to slow down Republicans’ push to fill the Supreme Court vacancy following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
President Donald Trump has updated a roster of more than 20 potential Supreme Court nominees in recent weeks, a list that includes prominent and lesser-known conservatives who would undoubtedly tilt the court further rightward if one were appointed.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers are trying to revive the Supreme Court decision that awarded George W. Bush the presidency in 2000 to fight mail-in voting practices for the upcoming presidential election.
This February, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reached the halfway mark of an unprecedented Supreme Court term, staring down what would be a momentous spring.
The US Supreme Court on Friday denied a petition from a church in Nevada that argued a policy limiting in-person church attendance to 50 during the coronavirus pandemic violated the Constitution.
The Supreme Court cleared the way for the resumption of the federal death penalty, in an unsigned order released after 2 a.m. ET Tuesday.
Aimee Stephens, a transgender woman whose historic lawsuit resulted in the Supreme Court’s landmark decision that a federal civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender workers, didn’t live to see the day she fought for.
The Supreme Court threw out fraud convictions on Thursday against two New Jersey officials involved in the “Bridgegate” political scandal, the George Washington Bridge traffic jam that rocked the administration of then-Gov. Chris Christie.
The Supreme Court’s teleconference arguments this week have offered a window on the justices to a broad audience, as Americans for the first time can follow along live with the court’s proceedings.
Justice Clarence Thomas broke a year-long silence on the bench during the Supreme Court’s first remote oral arguments on Monday, posing a number of rare questions under the court’s new format.
The Supreme Court on Friday denied a request from New York and other states to block the Trump administration’s controversial “public charge” rule during the coronavirus pandemic.
The US Supreme Court has affirmed President Donald Trump’s vast power over immigration, greenlighting his travel ban for certain majority-Muslim countries in 2018 and, more recently, letting him move forward with border wall funding and new rules for low-income green card applicants.
Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers are asking the Supreme Court to freeze a lower court order that is temporarily blocking some forms of abortion in Texas.