The near future of free exercise litigation will be a new world of strict scrutiny. Litigators will be looking for the loopholes in this new regime.
Justices Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch have publicized internal struggles on the 3-3-3 Supreme Court.
The Pennsylvania senator said he believes the Senate will have to change its rules "in order to protect voting rights with 51 votes."
The U.S. Supreme Court is taking on the lawsuit filed by parents who want to send their children to Christian schools in Bangor and Waterville, Maine.
Reps. Jerry Nadler and Steve Cohen said the updated act comes in response to the Supreme Court's decision to uphold two voting restrictions in Arizona.
Some progressives hope the 82-year-old justice will announce his retirement from the nation's highest court on Thursday.
In their final ruling this term, the justices ordered the state to halt the collection of names and addresses of top donors to charities.
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Arizona's voting restrictions aren't discriminatory.
The former U.S. chief justice was once a legal advisor to former president Andrew Jackson, and the first cabinet nominee to be rejected by the Senate.
No one is hurt or disadvantaged if a transgender woman is allowed to use a woman's bathroom.
With this decision from the Supreme Court, we can all hope that our public schools will make the right choice and respect their students' free speech rights.
College athletics is big business and it's time to allow the drivers of that business to enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Imagine you are a major dark money donor to the radical Left's campaign to pack the U.S. Supreme Court. Is it time to ask for your money back?
"They don't even have to deliberate and say, 'what do you think of the evidence?'" Lindell said while predicting the Supreme Court would reinstate Trump.
"This contradictory and unstable state of affairs strains basic principles of federalism and conceals traps for the unwary," Thomas wrote on Monday.
The Supreme Court is following the Biden administration's advice and not allowing New Hampshire to pursue a lawsuit against Massachusetts.
Experts have expressed concern about the millions of Americans who owe back rent.
The problem with the Women's Health Protection Act, however, is that women's health is the last thing it has in mind.
The conservative legal movement needs to soberly confront and grapple with its shortcomings.
"The truth is, whether people want to admit it or not, when the players get paid now nobody's going to turn away from it now either," said Bilas.
"The flight of a suspected misdemeanant does not always justify a warrantless entry into a home," Justice Elena Kagan wrote.
The Supreme Court ruled that high school cheerleader Brandi Levy's First Amendment rights were violated.
Though anticipated as perhaps "the most important religious liberty case in the last decade," Fulton v. City of Philadelphia left many unsatisfied.
It should shock our consciences that city officials in Philadelphia were willing to cut ties with the Archdiocese's foster care placement agency because it refused to operate at odds with Catholic teaching on marriage.
The Supreme Court voted unanimously in support of former college athletes over NCAA over rules limiting certain compensation. The ruling does not specify salary, but instead will help determine whether schools offer athletes compensation for educated-related benefits.
Cities that want to forbid religious organizations from participating in public programs have a new obstacle to overcome.
The Supreme Court unanimously fulfilled the Constitution's promise of religious liberty today in favor of "exemplary" foster mothers and a religious agency that affirms their faith, Catholic Social Services.