The Supreme Court appears deeply divided in landmark case.
"If you support gay marriage, you will burn in hell," the man reportedly said.
Four cases the Supreme Court will hear in April.
Rules students' rights were not violated when they were sent home during a Cinco de Mayo celebration.
In 2012, the court banned sentencing juveniles to life without parole. Now it will decide if this applies retroactively.
Maia Weinstock’s Supreme Court Lego figures of the women justices were an Internet hit. What else is she up to?
Abdul Rahim Abdul Razak al Janko says he was mistreated for 7 years at the prison.
The verdict will test universal health care to the limit.
A number of U.S. patients and their doctors are already devising a Plan B in case they lose medical coverage.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.
Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Alabama—or Is It?
Next month, the Supreme Court must decide where religious discrimination starts.
From Maine to Montana, even conservatives are rethinking the flow of dark money into politics.
The decision that made waves in 1973 is now a political tsunami.
A unique survey shows gay marriage sharply more popular over time.
The UK government objected the ruling, having made obtaining greater national control of migration from EU key objective
Justice Clarence Thomas wrote on behalf of the court that the screening process is not a "principal activity" of the workers' jobs under a law called the Fair Labor Standards Act.