The Supreme Court declined Monday morning to hear the case of Hidalgo v. Arizona, bringing to an end a well-known former Obama administration lawyer’s quest to judicially abolish capital punishment in America.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy will retire this coming summer, according to Sen. Dean Heller (R., Nev.).
The Supreme Court announced Monday that it would hear arguments in the case of a Pennsylvania farm owner whose case could potentially overturn part of a previous ruling that critics have attacked as making it much harder for property owners to protect their rights in federal court.
The Supreme Court may do away with judicial approval over mandatory union payments in a landmark case, but labor watchdogs say such a ruling will not stop unions from attempting to preserve collections from unwilling members.
National Public Radio got more than 15,000 retweets for a tweet that misleadingly claimed the Supreme Court ruled immigrants “do not have the right” to a bond hearing while being detained.
Labor watchdogs and business groups are holding out hope that the Supreme Court will reverse course after 40 years of allowing government workers to pay mandatory union fees.
Public sector workers seeking to break ties with organized labor appeared before the Supreme Court on Monday seeking to overturn a 40-year-old rule mandating union fees.
Massachusetts Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D.) and Ed Markey (D.) on Monday spoke at a Boston rally supporting the right of public-sector unions to extract mandatory dues.
The Supreme Court announced Monday that it would take up the case of an Alabama man sentenced to death who, since his conviction, has suffered multiple strokes that have rendered him unable to remember the details of his crime.
A Silicon Valley billionaire and Democratic mega-donor is petitioning the Supreme Court to take up his four-year battle to keep surfers off of his private beach.