On Thursday, Congressional Democrats unveiled legislation in both chambers that would expand the number of Supreme Court justices from nine to 13.
The Constitution does not set out how many justices are permitted to sit on the court.
Biden has previously dismissed the idea of putting more justices on the court, but a new bill seeks to add four more.
Democrats will reportedly introduce a bill on Thursday that would expand the court from nine justices to 13.
Biden will fulfill a promise he made on the campaign trail on Friday and sign an executive order establishing a commission to study whether to expand the Supreme Court.
We can, and must, use all tools necessary in our policy and legal arsenal to rein in the Big Tech oligarchs before it is too late.
Regardless of how well Biden's nominees are received in our 50-50 Senate, the real fight will happen when 82‐year‐old Justice Stephen Breyer inevitably retires.
Florida claimed that Georgia uses too much of the water that flows from Atlanta to the Gulf of Mexico, arguing that overconsumption led to the decline in Florida's oyster industry.
A Montana man filed a lawsuit against the social media giant when he could not stop notifications saying an attempt had been made to log in to his account from a new device or browser.
The NRA is backing a challenge to a New York policy that requires residents to show "proper cause" in order to be permitted to carry a concealed handgun in public.
If pending voting rights laws are enacted, the Supreme Court will uphold them.
This month, the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security issued a joint report stating that the federal agencies found no evidence of foreign interference in the election.
Trump's DOJ resumed federal capital punishment after a 17-year hiatus, overseeing more executions than any president in 120 years.
Senate Republicans refused to hold hearings for Garland when he was nominated to the court by Barack Obama in 2016.
Coke sells its product as the "pause that refreshes." Coca-Cola might refreshingly pause in its latest scheme to achieve racial justice.
Curtailing the right to associate and speak anonymously would do profound damage in the current political climate.
My case started when officials at Georgia Gwinnett College stopped me from speaking about my faith on campus.
The former president and his Republican allies have lost dozens of election-related lawsuits filed in the wake of the November race.
The amendment's supporters say that without a constitutional amendment, women are left to fight long, costly court battles to ensure they receive the same civil rights and legal protections given to men.
The honeymoon period for giant internet companies is long gone, and no one is under more scrutiny than Google.
Woke corporations in America today think they can fire employees for their politics without legal liability. They're mistaken.
Its curt rejection on Monday responded to demands for "extraordinary" action to be taken in the "Kraken" cases.
On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that Santa Clara County, California, could not enforce a ban on indoor worship services due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harvard College maintains noxious de facto racial quotas to penalize Asian-Americans, redolent of the anti-Jewish Ivy League quotas of the early 20th century.
Social media users including Christine Pelosi, daughter of Nancy Pelosi, called for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' wife Ginni Thomas to be investigated for past comments on Monday.
Trump called an investigation led by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance a continuation of the "greatest political witch hunt" in America's history.
The ruling clears the way for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr'.s investigation into the former president to move forward.
President Biden has nominated a deeply unqualified man with a long history of antagonism toward people of faith. Becerra has consistently used his power to punish political opponents in pursuit of an ideological agenda.
"Requiring both women and men to register for the selective service is a long overdue next step," read an amicus brief supported by General Michael Hayden.