Will the conservative majority deliver on Trump’s promise to overturn Roe v. Wade?
Three conservatives said the court was wrong to duck cases with “some tenuous connection to a politically fraught issue.”
For 150 years, the justices have sat, not always happily, for an extraordinary series of group portraits
In Times v. Sullivan, the Supreme Court ruled that public officials had to show not just that a story was inaccurate and hurt their reputation, but also that the publisher acted with “actual malice” — with reckless disregard for the truth.
The Supreme Court heard arguments over whether state civil forfeiture laws are subject to constitutional limits on excessive fines.
The campaign gaffes of Mississippi’s newly elected senator reveal the way that the past is always present.
We aim to go deeper into the newest justice’s formative years — and to better understand what the fight over his confirmation says about our current moment.
The justices heard arguments over whether Creek Indians still exercise control over much of the eastern part of the state, and the practical consequences if they do.
The justices unanimously ruled that an appeals court must take a fresh look at the government’s efforts to protect the endangered species.
This claim about the federal appeals court circuit, made by President Trump, a Republican senator and conservative pundits, is false by one metric and true by another.
An argument before the court considered whether to allow lawsuits over arrests made in retaliation for the exercise of First Amendment rights.
A reader surprises herself by siding with the president over whether judges are partisan.
In an interview, the retired justice reflected on what he called some of the Supreme Court’s biggest missteps, the confirmation process, term limits and his decision to retire at 90.
In one industry after another, big companies have become more dominant over the past 15 years, new data show.
While Republicans cite the Supreme Court brawl as a factor in some Senate wins, Democrats say the fight did little damage and helped in the House.
What Trump v. John Roberts reveals about the Republic.
In what has become an increasingly common move for the Trump administration, it asked the justices to step in before lower courts have ruled.
Figures in the conservative legal community saw Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.’s reproach as defending an independent judiciary.
Forty percent of all deaths in Pakistan may be caused by contaminated water. Bottled water isn’t a solution.
The Supreme Court’s leader took offense at President Trump’s criticism of a federal judge, suggesting Mr. Trump had a profound misunderstanding of a judge’s role.
In remarks after a loss in court on his asylum policy, the president said he would take steps to address the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The judicial ruling said Mississippi’s law amounted to “a facially unconstitutional ban on abortions prior to viability.” The decision could lead to more legal wrangling.
What else does the Democrats’ new House majority portend?
The measure would punish doctors who perform an abortion when a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, and would have few exceptions.
The Supreme Court also agreed to hear a dispute about the evidence to be considered in a challenge to a question on citizenship in the census.
If tech companies really want to be cutting-edge, they should get rid of the policy in all employment-related disputes.
On the eve of the Federalist Society’s annual convention, leading conservative lawyers criticized Trump’s attacks on the justice system and the news media.
The president turns to an old ploy to justify a new ban on people seeking refuge.