The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that lets the state take away spousal benefits under employee insurance plans.
The Supreme Court will tackle President Donald Trump's travel ban, gay civil rights and partisan gerrymandering.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a self-described "flaming feminist litigator," is ready to leave it all on the bench in the upcoming Supreme Court term.
Muslim-American leaders and allies urged the Supreme Court to rule against Trump's executive orders in the fall.
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In a strongly worded opinion, the Court wrote that the 2013 law imposed an "undue burden" on women seeking to exercise their constitutional right to an abortion.
Conservative officials from 11 states sued the federal government on Wednesday to overturn a directive that transgender students be allowed to use the bathroom matching their gender identity.
The vote could have shifted influence in state legislative races away from urban areas that tend to be racially diverse.
A 4-4 split looms over a legal challenge launched by Christian groups.
Utah's Orrin Hatch and Arizona's Jeff Flake are members of the Judiciary Committee that would hold any confirmation hearings.
Stiff-arming Garland is yet another in the long series of actions that unleashed the Trump-ism that Republicans so fear.
"I've selected a nominee who is widely recognized not only as one of America's sharpest legal minds but as someone who brings to his work a spirit of decency, modesty, integrity, evenhandedness and excellence," Obama said.
The Court's first major abortion case in nearly a decade challenges a Texas law imposing strict regulations on clinics and doctors.
The Supreme Court is meant to adhere to the letter of the law, not to draw on life experiences.
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The Constitution allows the president to fill a vacancy on the Court temporarily, bypassing the Senate.