The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide a major abortion case that could eventually lead to dramatic restrictions on abortion access. Here are some questions and answers about the case.
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider a major rollback of abortion rights, saying it will take up Mississippi's bid to enforce a 15-week ban on abortion.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Tuesday that 1 million Americans had signed up for health insurance under “Obamacare” during a special enrollment period for those needing coverage during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a development that gun control advocates have been fearing, the Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear a case that could establish a Second Amendment right to carry a handgun in public.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear an appeal to expand gun rights in the United States in a New York case over the right to carry a firearm in public for self-defense.
Molly Martens Corbett and her father, Thomas Martens, have had their convictions overturned in the death of Irish businessman Jason Corbett.
Richmond city officials are still trying how to decide what they will do with the Confederate monuments they took down nine months ago.
The Supreme Court sided with Google in an $8 billion copyright dispute with Oracle over the internet company's creation of the Android operating system.
Year after year, the Lion’s Club sets up wire-frame Christmas decorations on the lawn of the historic Jackson County courthouse, facing Main Street in Brownstown, Indiana. This led to yet another “Christmas Wars” dispute, with the recent Woodring v. Jackson County court decision.
Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy have been granted a divorce, nine months after their split.
There was never any question whether the global coronavirus pandemic would be named the most important religion-news story of 2020. The question was which faith-driven COVID-19 story — out of a dozen or so — would top the Religion News Association’s Top 10 list.
Politicization of the courts magnified by President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans has ironically highlighted a truth often ignored: The nation’s highest court is inherently undemocratic.
Under Trump there have been some rollbacks in civil rights protections for LGBTQ people that Biden is vowing to restore and expand. But that may prove complicated if Republican lawmakers and the Supreme Court, now with a solid conservative majority, endorse the arguments of religious conservatives that some of those protections infringe on religious liberty.
The elections lawsuit pushed by President Donald Trump and dismissed Friday by the U.S. Supreme Court was filled with claims that failed to withstand basic scrutiny.
Warnock was questioned during the debate about what topline number for total cost he would support for a new Covid relief package in Congress, as lawmakers in Washington are searching for a deal to pass such a proposal before the end of the year.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers suffered another defeat in court Friday but they vowed to appeal to the Supreme Court. How much longer do they have? View a timeline and catch up on where matters stand.
The pandemic has changed much about American life, including the way the court hears oral arguments. It also calls for more transparency about how cases on the “shadow docket” are handled. Every action by the court that makes it harder to vote should come with a full explanation.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court as Republicans overpowered Democratic opposition to secure President Donald Trump's nominee the week before Election Day.