While the Supreme Court discusses 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis, Newsweek looks at how each judge stands on same-sex marriage.
Oral arguments at the Supreme Court can be tedious. But on Monday, the arguments in 303 Creative v. Elenis were fascinating.
"This Court never second-guessed state interpretations of their own constitutions," Neal Katyal said during oral arguments for the Moore v. Harper case.
The Trump-nominated conservative justice accused the state of Colorado of having subjected baker Jack Phillips to a "re-education program."
Gorsuch probed why the case of Lorie Smith, who refused to make websites for same-sex couples, differs from forcing a writer to pen a speech for Scientology.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Monday in a case centered on First Amendment rights and same-sex marriage.
On Monday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the 303 Creative LLC vs. Elenis case.
Barrett has not recused herself from the case despite calls for her to step down due to her affiliation with anti-gay Christian groups.
The 2008 Supreme Court ruling seen examined whether the crime of "pandering" child pornography was a violation of the First Amendment to freedom of speech.
State laws prohibiting discrimination in public accommodations are necessarily subject to constitutional limits on governmental power.
There's been a major shift from the right on this, but the issue of how the shift occurred is twofold.
We're talking about a constitutional fracture with people threatening not to abide the rule of law.
In overturning the country's blasphemy laws, Nigeria would take a critical step toward reconciliation in a country fraught with religious tensions and would pave the way for other countries to do the same.
The former president once again attacked SCOTUS after it cleared the way for his tax returns to be released to Congress.
As 2022 turns to 2024—in election terms—the Democrats are still busy congratulating themselves over not being mauled on Nov. 8. But if they continue winning like this, it'll be a Republican sitting behind the big desk in the Oval Office
Any leak of the documents set to be released to the Ways and Means Committee would have to take place within the next few weeks, before the GOP gains control of the House.
Trump accused SCOTUS of creating a "terrible precedent for future Presidents" and of being "nothing more than a political body" following ruling.
A new six-month pause on student loan payments reflects arguments in America's highest court.
The Supreme Court will decide whether a Colorado anti-discrimination law violated a Christian website developer's constitutional rights.
Ginni Thomas reportedly told the House January 6 committee that she still believes the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.
The Supreme Court justice has been urged to recuse herself from an upcoming case involving gay rights.
"He must be forced off the Court," Keith Olbermann wrote Saturday on Twitter.
The case against Joe Biden's student loan debt forgiveness plan has yet to be tried on its merits. Could it this time?
Officials spent an hour attempting to insert an IV line into Kenneth Smith's veins before concluding they had run out of time to carry out the execution.
Senate Democrats are hoping enough Republicans cross party lines to codify the Supreme Court's ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges.
The Supreme Court's likely ban on race as a consideration in college admissions is also expected to impact hiring, government contracts, financial aid—and more.
The recent Israeli election resulted in what will likely be the most right-wing government to ever take office. This, combined with the prospect of Republican gains in Congress, may have alarming consequences concerning Americans' right to express dissent.
Kentucky voters rejected an amendment on Tuesday that would have removed abortion protections from the state's constitution.
One of the most important tasks for the incoming Congress will be to prevent soft governmental censorship.