President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court appointee may not have ruled the way the president had hoped.
The justices will hear arguments in several important cases, including challenges to the constitutionality of administrative law judges, state sales taxes for out-of-state online retailers, and the infamous Trump “travel ban,” making this month one to watch.
This week, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on a California law requiring crisis pregnancy centers to identify whether or not they’re licensed by the state.
In a 5-3 decision, the Supreme Court has said that detained immigrants don't have the right to periodic bail hearings.
A second woman has accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual assault, and a campaign to impeach him is looming.
This is not the first time Ginsburg has chosen to skip a Trump speech.
So much for speculation that the Notorious RBG was ready to pack up her law books.
After a federal court of appeals judge announced his resignation following claims by 15 women in December, the Supreme Court has called for a review of its sexual harassment standards in 2018.
Planned Parenthood is petitioning the court to review a law that would ban medication abortion in Arkansas and leave just one abortion provider in the entire state.
The Supreme Court just green-lit the president's Islamophobia.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers are arguing a California state law requiring them to provide women with information about abortion infringes on their First Amendment rights.
Jack Phillips, the owner of the Colorado-based Masterpiece Cakeshop, argues that he honors God through his work, and declines to design anything against his religious beliefs—including Halloween-decorated cakes.
President Donald Trump has reportedly questioned the health of two of the Supreme Court's female members.
The Supreme Court will tackle President Donald Trump's travel ban, gay civil rights and partisan gerrymandering.