Social conservatives notched a pair of victories at the Supreme Court on Wednesday, as the justices sided with parochial schools and an order of Catholic nuns seeking exemptions from job bias lawsuits and the Affordable Care Act's birth control mandate.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled unanimously that the states can require presidential electors to support the winner of the popular vote in their state, rejecting arguments that members of the Electoral College get to act as free agents.
The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to hear the Trump administration's bid to shield secret grand jury materials from House Democrats, all but ensuring that those records won't feature in the presidential election.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered a landmark decision that strengthens the right of religious schools to obtain public funds, ruling that Montana violated the First Amendment when it excluded faith-based educators from a scholarship program supported by public monies.
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law that providers say will leave the state with just one abortion clinic, in a decision that may deescalate abortion disputes ahead of the 2020 election.
The Supreme Court rejected an ACLU-backed bid to slow deportations Thursday, dealing a major victory to the Trump administration and denying some asylum seekers the right to make their case to a federal judge.
In 2013, Lori Rodriguez called San Jose police to her home because her husband was having a mental health crisis and making violent threats. Seven years later, she is petitioning the Supreme Court to force the city to return her guns.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that President Donald Trump's bid to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was unlawful, dealing a blow to the president on a signature domestic policy issue.