A Florida federal judge blocked President Joe Biden's mandate for contractors to get COVID-19 vaccines, adding to the list of states that have blocked the rule.
The January 6 House select committee is seeking documents that could reveal Donald Trump's role in attempting to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.
The session will begin Jan. 7 and the Court will hear arguments about the vaccine mandates for health care workers and companies with over 100 employees.
"The constitutional question here has been what is the job and whether it involves core religious functions," said a lawyer for Lambda Legal.
The administration is asking the Court to reverse lower court rulings blocking the vaccine mandate for health care workers from going into effect in 24 states.
A challenge is on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, coming from a failed attempt to overturn the ban at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver.
Mark Brnovich, Arizona's Republican attorney general, is hoping for the ban to finally be implemented after numerous setbacks.
The facts facing the Dobbs Court today are so different that Roe has been robbed of its original justifications.
Ocean City's 2017 ordinance bars women from sunbathing topless but doesn't uphold the same restriction for men.
The court, with three justices dissenting, refused to stop the enforcement of the mandate for health care workers that does not include religious exemptions.
The court upheld the ruling that the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy was denied access to briefings due to its improper news-collecting operation.
Biden's commission didn't recommend adding new seats to the court, but even if he wanted to, it wouldn't be easy.
Women in Texas most commonly terminate their pregnancies by receiving medical abortions, according to state data.
The court also blocked a legal challenge from the Biden administration requesting that the justices block enforcement of the law.
The former president has 14 days to file an appeal with the nation's highest court in a bid to exercise executive privilege.
"It is quite another thing to incentivize citizens or persons to file suits against other private citizens to extract money from them..." Davis Peeples wrote.
Jackson is widely considered a candidate to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer if he chooses to retire.
To overturn New York's law would be to deny the tensions between protecting public safety and respecting individual, constitutional rights.
Justice Alito's remarks come as the Supreme Court battles a growing public opinion that rulings are politicized and the bench's conservative majority will win.
A legal challenge to Maine's tuition assistance program could bring major change to religious schools.
With the U.S. Supreme Court set to decide how the Second Amendment applies to people's ability to defend themselves outside the home, the debate in states like Pennsylvania matter.
The CNN anchor said Democrats had been "outmaneuvered" by the Senate minority leader, as he questioned the balance of the Supreme Court.
MSNBC host Joy Reid compared the United States to the fictional religious dictatorship from 'The Handmaid's Tale'
The Court generally issues all its opinions by the end of term, but that could be in June or even early July.
A recent survey found that just 1 percent of Americans considered abortion the country's most important problem.
The law, which went into effect on December 1, also makes it illegal to provide the medication by "courier, delivery or mail service."
Meghan Markle won a two-year privacy battle—but the tabloid she sued may appeal again.
Fox News' Laura Ingraham spoke with Ted Cruz and agreed Roe v. Wade being overturned was not guaranteed because more justices are conservative.