The justices weighed whether Mr. Malvo, who was 17 when he and his partner killed 10 people in the Washington area, is entitled to a new sentencing.
The justices are considering a constitutional challenge to an unusual oversight board created by Congress to sort out the island’s debt.
A new petition asks the justices to rule quickly, before the next election, on whether members of the Electoral College may vote their consciences.
There might be fewer arguments about bathrooms, for starters.
The big Supreme Court debate.
With the White House stonewalling the impeachment inquiry, Nancy Pelosi has options to weigh.
Two ways that Democrats in the House can match the White House’s aggressive tactics.
What will access to abortion look like under the new conservative majority?
After the successful confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, one political operative sees a clear path through the impeachment inquiry. But at what cost?
And should Democrats pack the Supreme Court?
The Supreme Court will consider that question next week.
With a full-on confrontation between the House and the president, no simple resolution is available.
The justices could take up a case on whether the president can fire the heads of independent agencies like the Fed.
The court seemed divided along predictable lines, with a possible exception: Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, a member of the conservative majority.
A confusing 1972 decision allowed convictions by split verdicts in state courts, though not federal ones. The justices struggled with whether to overrule it.
A judge rejected Mr. Collins’s argument that the “speech or debate” clause shielded materials in his insider-trading case from a Justice Department inquiry.
The justices, who drew on law, moral philosophy and history, appeared to find the question tangled and difficult.
A judge ordered President Trump to turn over eight years of tax returns, but the case raises constitutional issues that could end up in the Supreme Court.
He says he is concerned about the Supreme Court’s legitimacy in the eyes of the public. He should worry.
A changed Supreme Court hears a new gay rights case, protests escalate in Hong Kong and new Brexit maneuverings.
In its first full term since the arrival of Justice Kavanaugh, the court could issue a number of blockbuster decisions on divisive issues in an election year.
And conservatives could be the big winners.
The case will test the constitutionality of an admitting-privileges law that could reduce the number of clinics in the state one.
One year ago, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford shared her story. We look at how her testimony came to embody a culture at a crossroads — and at what’s changed since then.
Similar laws have been blocked in other states. Conservatives hope the Supreme Court will ultimately decide to weaken or overturn the constitutional right to an abortion.
Over the last month, Justice Sonia Sotomayor has issued three opinions describing flaws in the capital justice system.
Plus, WeWork’s chief executive steps down.
Whether or not you agree with his jurisprudence, it is rooted in a commitment to black people.
Mr. Olson argued for the winning sides in Bush v. Gore and Citizens United and was a leader in the fight for a right to same-sex marriage.
There has to be a reason for official decisions beyond “because we say so.”
After a stinging Supreme Court defeat, the prime minister came out fighting on Brexit. He also infuriated some lawmakers by invoking the memory of Jo Cox, a Brexit opponent.
In a frequently lighthearted conversation, the chief justice also discussed classic rock and whether he could best Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the gym.
Britain’s Supreme Court ruled that he misled the queen to illegally suspend Parliament.
The judge has carved out a long, trailblazing career as an academic, legal reformer and feminist — and she loves striking brooches.
In a major blow to the prime minister, the court ruled unanimously that Parliament is still in session, whatever Mr. Johnson might think.
Gerald Bostock said he lost his job after joining a gay softball league. The justices will decide whether a landmark civil rights law protects him.
In his new book, Corey Robin argues that the black nationalism underpinning Thomas’s jurisprudence is a “secret hiding in plain sight.”
A case against Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament is testing Britain’s Supreme Court and its tradition of steering clear of political disputes.