Both parties wasted little time wading in to a heated clash that could continue until Obama leaves office.
Two prominent Asian-American judges among possible nominees after death of Antonin Scalia.
In June 1968, Chief Justice Earl Warren submitted his resignation to President Lyndon Johnson, who nominated Associate Justice Abe Fortas to replace him.
Justice Antonin Scalia's death puts all three branches of government in play.
The retroactive court ruling means more than 2,300 prisoners are now eligible for parole.
Ducking Obamacare and abortion, SCOTUS to weigh executive action on immigration.
The eventual decision will have profound effects on government workers across the country.
Should nonmembers pay unions dues if they benefit from union-negotiated deals?
The case before the Justices is far more complex than simply reserving places for minorities.
The Supreme Court justice has all but said that black lives don’t matter.
A group challenged an ordinance in Highland Park, Illinois, that bans assault weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Justices force pro-life auteur to turn over names of people who supported his work.
The court will decide whether a 2014 law known as the Recovery Act conflicts with U.S. federal bankruptcy law.
A lawyer who briefly halted the death penalty assesses Justice Kennedy’s invitation to bring a test case before the Supreme Court.
The Department disagrees with the Fifth Circuit’s adverse ruling.
A Supreme Court appeal is now Obama's only option to shield undocumented immigrants from deportation.
The justices will hear appeals by Christian groups demanding exemption from the requirement to provide contraception insurance.
States have been disguising their improper motivations with high-sounding statements.
It was the first execution in Florida since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a controversial drug constitutional.