The Supreme Court said Thursday it has not determined who leaked a draft of the court's opinion overturning abortion rights, but that the investigation continues.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a case that could make it more difficult for students with disabilities to resolve problems quickly when they’re not getting needed assistance in public schools.
The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking an order that would lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum seekers.
The Supreme Court on Monday heard the case of a Christian graphic artist who objects to designing wedding websites for gay couples.
The Supreme Court is about to confront a new elections case that could dramatically alter voting in 2024 and beyond.
Public officials aren't allowed to take bribes. Neither are public employees. But what about people who are close to public officials, such as lobbyists or family members? The Supreme Court considered that question on Monday.
Democratic leaders on the hill are demanding answers from the Supreme Court after The New York Times reported this weekend another possible leak.
The survival of affirmative action in higher education appeared to be in serious trouble Monday at a conservative-dominated Supreme Court after hours of debate over vexing questions of race.
The U.S. Postal Service is honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as "an icon of American culture" with a stamp in the new year.
An 80-year-old Georgia man was arrested Wednesday after U.S. Capitol Police found a suspicious van parked illegally blocks away from the Supreme Court Building.
American Samoa is the only unincorporated territory of the United States where the inhabitants are not American citizens at birth.
The case involves California's Prop 12, which says that pork sold in the state needs to come from pigs whose mothers were raised with at least 24 square feet of space.
The Supreme Court's new term kicked off Monday, and it was the first official day on the bench for Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson.
The Supreme Court says it won't take up two cases that involved challenges to a ban enacted during the Trump administration on bump stocks, the gun attachments that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire rapidly like machine guns.
Monday is the first time new Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the court’s first Black female justice, will participate in arguments. It's also the first time the public will be able to attend since March 2020.
Already the court has said it will decide cases on a range of major issues including affirmative action, voting rights and the rights of LGBTQ people.
The ceremony includes a reading of the proclamation appointing Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. Jackson will also repeat the oath she took when she formally joined the court in June, following the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer.
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed in April on a 53-47 vote in the Senate, with three Republican senators joining all Democrats to support her.
Retired Justice Stephen Breyer, speaking with CNN anchor Chris Wallace, said he doesn't believe the person who leaked a draft court opinion on abortion rights has been identified.
Alabama Corrections Commissioner John Hamm said the state halted the scheduled execution of Alan Miller after they determined they could not get the lethal injection underway before a midnight deadline.