With Justices Kavanaugh and Barrett seemingly uninterested in the narrow decision eyed by Chief Justice Roberts, the court appears likely to overturn Roe.
SCOTUS' 6-3 conservative majority could overturn Roe v. Wade when justices take up the biggest legal challenge to abortion rights since the 1973 landmark case.
Heroes of Liberty describes itself as a "slick and unapologetic conservative children's book imprint."
"A significant portion of the gun safety movement's current agenda is likely to come under attack in the coming years," UCLA's Adam Winkler said.
Supreme Court justices appeared skeptical during Wednesday's oral arguments on whether or not New York's gun permit law should be struck down.
The current court is poised to be even more conservative than it was when it last established a nationwide right to keep a gun at home for self-defense.
The two conservative justices raised questions about Texas' abortion ban during opening arguments.
The Supreme Court is set to take up two cases that could have major implications on the future of abortion access.
A new poll found that 62 percent of respondents believed the Court's decisions are driven by politics rather than the U.S. Constitution and the law.
The University of Virginia's A. E. Dick Howard broke down how the Democrats could take advantage of a conservative supermajority on the bench in 2022.
Kavanaugh found himself in the court's majority more than any other justice during the last judicial term.
Justice Clarence Thomas warned against "destroying our institutions" in a lecture defending the nation's highest court.
Barrett's confirmation to the high court in the waning days of Donald Trump's presidency sealed a conservative majority.
The court's order said the decision was "not based on any conclusion about the constitutionality" of the law.
The Trump-appointed justice offered no explanation for dismissing an application for emergency relief.
Bernie Sanders feared Barrett's appointment would imperil the Affordable Care Act, while others on the left feared Barrett's religious affiliations would harm her jurisprudence.
Justices Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch have publicized internal struggles on the 3-3-3 Supreme Court.
The conservative legal movement needs to soberly confront and grapple with its shortcomings.
The decision marks the third time Obamacare has survived a major Supreme Court challenge.
Some experts argue that a case challenging a Mississippi law could adversely affect abortion access.
The Republican senator was confronted after a press conference during which he spoke out against "court packing."
Her dissent pointed to numerous concerns in the high court's ruling that allows churches to resume services at limited capacities.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stymie Governor Andy Beshear's coronavirus restrictions on in-person classes at religious schools.
Late Wednesday, Trump-appointee Justice Amy Coney Barrett played her first decisive role in the Supreme Court as it ruled against Governor Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 restrictions for religious services.
The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish synagogues in the Brooklyn and Queens borough of New York City sued to challenge attendance limits at houses of worship.
"You've gotta nominate Amy Coney Barrett," Mitch McConnell allegedly told President Donald Trump after the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Feinstein, the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, faced swift calls by progressive groups to step down from her post after praising Chairman Lindsey Graham for how he conducted the confirmation hearing of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
Both states had abortion on their ballots in the 2020 election, at a time when Roe v Wade is once again in the national spotlight.
Moving forward, and with Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court, Democrats have an obligation to the majority they represent to pull no punches against Republicans' minority rule.