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.
Justice Ginsburg is expected to be released from hospital in the next 48 hours, a spokesperson said.
An appeals court upholds gay marriage bans in four states, setting the stage for Supreme Court review.
The court challenge, if successful, would limit the availability of federal health insurance subsidies for millions of people.
The legal arguments against gay marriage would be hilarious if they weren’t so ugly
On Monday, SCOTUS paved the way for same-sex marriages in 11 more states. What's next?
The move allows gay men and women to marry in five states where same-sex weddings were previously forbidden.
Senate Republicans wouldn't confirm a replacement "I would like to see in the court," she said in an interview
Allowing exceptions to the law on religious grounds could lead to sexual and racial discrimination
Democrats plan to use Hobby Lobby ruling to reinforce their "war on women" narrative
The justices decided not to upend a decades-old practice that lets public-sector unions collect money from workers who do not want union representation.
A decision set to come down Monday will clarify whether corporations are entitled to protection under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Confirmation battles are no longer simply between the president and the Senate. Even the House is in the game.
The court held on a 9-0 vote that the three appointments Obama made to the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in 2012 were unlawful
The Supreme Court had to choose between two constitutional rights on Thursday, and abortion rights lost out
On a 9-0 vote, the court said a 2007 Massachusetts law violated the freedom of speech rights of anti-abortion protesters
Comparing physical and digital searches “is like saying a ride on horseback is materially indistinguishable from a flight to the moon,” Chief Justice John Roberts writes
The unanimous 9-0 ruling goes against law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice
On a 6-3 vote, the court handed a victory to the four major TV broadcasters and cast Aereo’s immediate future into doubt.
The U.S. Supreme Court exempted a small proportion of facilities from a federal air pollution program
As time runs out for Argentina to pay bondholders, affected elderly pensioners wait with baited breath.
The most important cases SCOTUS is considering, and why they matter